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EBSCO Publishing Introduces Poetry & Short Story Reference Center
EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) released a new library resource featuring a comprehensive digital collection of poetry and short stories available for use by students, teachers, and researchers. Poetry & Short Story Reference Center offers users access to a historically rich collection of hundreds of thousands of classic and contemporary full-text poems, as well as short stories, biographies, and authoritative essays.
The full-text database includes more than 500 ebooks and provides hundreds of thousands of original works of poetry from major literary publishers spanning several centuries. Information is included from books, literary journals, as well as major respected reference works, including exclusive titles from Salem Press such as the newly released Critical Survey of Poetry and Critical Survey of Short Fiction.
Poetry & Short Story Reference Center has extensive works of American and English poets along with international poetry, and it features classic and contemporary poems, short stories, plays, speeches, classic books, biographies, critical analyses, contextual essays, and explications for important works. It also includes essays on poetic forms, techniques and movements, multimedia presentation, including more than 2,200 audio and video recordings of poets reading their work, as well as discussions and interviews. In addition, Poetry & Short Story Reference Center includes teaching and learning resources for students and educators, including lesson plans and assignments.
Source: EBSCO Publishing
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