The World Shakespeare Bibliography Online provides annotated entries for books, articles, book reviews, dissertations, theatrical productions and reviews, audiovisual materials, electronic media, and other scholarly and popular materials relating to international Shakespeare scholarship. Continual retrospective indexing (three prior years in any given year) will expand the coverage of the database. This version includes more than 74,800 entries.
Produced by the Modern Language Association of America, the MLA International Bibliography indexes critical scholarship on literature, language, linguistics and folklore. Coverage includes journal articles, series, monographs, dissertations, bibliographies, proceedings and other materials.
Beginning in 1920, ABELL is an annual publication gathering together articles and books written on various areas of the English language, philology, and literature. Indexes of sources and abbreviations are given as well as indices on scholars, authors and filmmakers. Every volume has a dedicated section on William Shakespeare (found in the "Sixteenth Century" Section) which includes editions and textual criticism, general scholarship and criticism, productions, and separate works. ABELL is a British publication and MLA International Bibliography is an American one.
This journal provides a record of the scholarship published during each year from 1919 to the present concerning the English language and literature. The aim of this eighty-eight volume work is to provide a record of the scholarship published during each year from 1919 to the present (the volumes are usually two years behind) relating to English language and literature. The volumes are comprised of bibliographic essays that discuss the merits of articles, essays, editions, and books published during the year that pertain to certain topics. Every volume has a section dedicated to Shakespeare (earlier volumes have editions, general studies, studies of individual plays and poems, Shakespearean productions, Shakespearean scholarship echoes and allusions, and gramophone recordings while later volumes have editions and textual studies, Shakespeare in the Theatre, Shakespeare on Screen, criticism, and books reviewed) as well as to The Renaissance and Elizabethan Drama. Some of the section names undergo changes from earlier volumes to later volumes. Each volume concludes with an index. This series is available in Mullen stacks (PE58 .E58)