The MLA Internatoinal Bibliography, or MLAIB, is the most important source of criticism in literary studies. The MLAIB pull from the best-regarded jounrals and books in the fields of literature, language, and folklore, so you can be confident that items found in MLAIB are high quality.
Use the limiters in the left column to refine your search.
MLAIB is not a full text database - it only provides citations for most items. To get the full text of an article, click on "Check for full text at Wofford."
If the article is available in one of Wofford's article database, you will be taken to the article.
If Wofford does not own the article, this page will provide the link to the interlibrary loan request form.
To see if Wofford owns a book found in MLAIB, search for the book's title in the classic catalog.
If the book is available at Wofford, you will taken to the book's catalog page.
If the book is not available at Wofford, try searching in Pascal Delivers, which provides books from academic libraries across South Carolina.
You may need to change the drop down menu to "Title" in your Pascal search. Click on the title of the book to see which libraries own the book and if the book is available for check out. (At this time, ebooks cannot be borrowed through Pascal. Sorry!)
From this page, you can request that the book be delivered to you at Wofford.