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Comparative Literature: Journals

A resource guide for the study of Comparative Literature.

Comparative Literature Journals

One of the best methods of staying current with your field is by browsing the journal literature.  Comparative Literature journals will keep you abreast of the latest scholarship and help stimulate your own research.  The numerous online databases will allow you to search through the contents of these journals (and many others), but browsing through an individual journal will allow you the opportunity for more specific topic research.  Here is a small sampling of the Comparative Literature journals:

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