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The goal of this guide is to direct you to the best resources for the study of German language and literature at Yale. The guide includes reference works, monographs, journal articles, databases owned or licensed by the library, and links to external web resources.
Questions? Would you like to discuss your research strategies, or even just bounce around a few ideas for a paper? Please give me a call (203) 436-9215 or email me (email@example.com). I have several years of experience working in German libraries and universities and would be happy to talk with you about studying and researching in Germany.
The Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog (KVK) is a meta search interface which allows you to access library and book trade catalogs online via Internet. This is a great tool for searching many German and European--as well as world--libraries at once.
Access to citations of books (and chapters in books), journal articles, conference papers, and dissertations concerning general and comparative literature, linguistics in general and of all modern languages, all modern literatures, and folklore.