Comparative Literature


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A Guide to Library Resources

This guide is selective and limited to items held by the Cornell University Library, with an emphasis on those resources held in the Reference collections of Olin, Kroch Asia, and Uris Libraries. Most are in English, but be aware that Olin holds many items of corresponding research value in other languages. Please note that reference sources focusing exclusively on American, English, and French literature have been omitted. See instead these companion bibliographies:

American Literature: A Guide to Resources
Asian-American Studies
Comics and Graphic Novels
English Literature: A Guide to Resources
Feminist,Gender & Sexuality Studies
Film:A Guide to Resources
French Literature: A Guide to Resources
German Studies
Latino Studies< Research Guide
Multicultural Literature of the U.S
Pre-1800 Imprints, British & American
Spanish and Portuguese Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
Science Fiction and Fantasy
Theater

For more geographically focused research guides, see the "Area" categories on the full subject guide list.

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