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Spanish Language and Literature   Tags: humanities, latin_american_literature, romance_languages_and_literatures, spanish_language_and_literatures  

Provides resources, strategies, and information on conducting research in literature and language of the Spanish-speaking countries.
Last Updated: Apr 1, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.umich.edu/spanish Print Guide RSS Updates

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Finding Books

Search the Mirlyn Catalog to find books available in print at the U-M Library and online. E-books are linked from catalog records.
BTW, catalog searches also identify journals (not articles), CDs, DVDs, videos, conference proceedings, microforms, U-M dissertations and more.

If you don't find what you need, try the WorldCat to find books and other materials available at many other libraries world-wide. Books owned by U-M are identified, and it is easy to place an interlibrary loan request for the materials we don't own directly from the WorldCat record.

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eBooks

eBooks on Spanish and Latin American topics can be found in the following collections:

  • Digitalia - Spanish language ebooks and ejournals, published in Spain, the Caribbean and Latin America. Includes publications in a wide variety of subject areas including language and linguistics, literary criticism, history, anthropology, political science and more.
  • ebrary - Covers all disciplines. Limited printing is available, and registration for additional features is optional. Download the ebrary reader for advanced functionality.

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