Contemporary Literary Criticism
Since the appearance of the first volume of Contemporary Literary Criticism (CLC) in 1973, researchers have grown to depend upon the RUSA (Reference Users Services Association) award-winning reference work for critiques of key contemporary works.
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Contemporary Literary Criticism Select encompasses more than 600 significant authors and includes more than 266 major retrospective authors re-crafted from the series' earlier volumes. Updates occur bi-monthly.
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