This reference source examines the history of German literature from the Reformation and Renaissance periods to the late 20th century. Its nine chapters discuss the various themes and special characteristics of literature from the German-speaking areas of Europe. The book also includes biographical profiles of the featured authors.
The articles in this encyclopedia cover both specific and general topics related to the decades following the end of the Spanish Civil War in 1939, including Catalan, Galician, and Basque languages and cultures; musicians; politicians; and writers. The entries include subject listings and bibliographies.
This reference source includes over 3,000 entries, which provide an overview of literature published in France, and in French-speaking countries worldwide, over the last ten centuries. The articles cover poets, novelists, dramatists, historians, philosophers, literary movements and genres, linguistics, the arts, and much more.
This dictionary contains both French-English and English-French translations, as well as a French grammar guide. The latter covers parts of speech, punctuation, translation problems, and verb conjugation.
This reference book covers Spanish language basics, such as capitalization, word division, spelling, and punctuation, as well as special conventions for items like abbreviations, titles and expressions.