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Full text access to dictionaries covering broad range of subjects including Literature, the Arts, the Classics, Folklore and Mythology, and Languages. Also, English language resources and bilingual dictionaries. Click here for a video tutorial about using this resource.
More than 143,000 definitions and encyclopedic entries covering notable eras, events and individuals that have shaped our history and the historical methodology used to research them.
Dictionaries and A-Z guides dedicated to the learning, use and study of language, including English and bilingual dictionaries and thesauri.
More than 34.000 definitions and encyclopedic entries on the major terms, concepts, processes and organization of legal systems in the UK, US and Australia.
More than 177,000 definitions and encyclopedic entries on writers, works, movements and literary theories from national and international literature, poetry and plays.
More than 82,000 definitions and encyclopedic entries on the study of the prevention, cure and understanding of disease as well as the investigation of physical and mental wellbeing.
More than 125,000 definitions and encyclopedic entries on the wide range of subjects within the field of music, including genres of music, time periods, composers, conductors, performers and instruments.
More than 61,000 definitions and encyclopedic entries encompassing the systematic study of world religions and faiths.
Over 210,000 definitions and encyclopedic entries on subjects within the broad disciplines of science and technology, from engineering, physics, computer science and mathematics to life and earth sciences, chemistry and psychology.
Over 175,000 definitions and encyclopedic entries on disciplines concerned with the study of human behavior and the societies we form, including the latest information on topics relating to the social sciences.