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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.
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New Books by RLL Faculty

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La musa refractada : literatura y óptica en la Espana del Barroco - Enrique García Santo-Tomás
ISBN: 9788484898283
Publication Date: 2014

Don Diego de noche - Ed. Enrique García Santo-Tomás
ISBN: 9788437630854
Publication Date: 2013


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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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  • 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.
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  • Finding and Using Electronic Books (e-Books)
    This guide highlights some of our more popular e-book collections and addresses common questions about use, downloading and troubleshooting. If you have any questions, please contact the librarians listed within this guide.

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