Short articles give the history of a language and its development, written forms and pronunciation, morphology and syntax. Charts and examples are descriptive and useful. Each entry has a bibliography.
Modern Languages and Literature
First Stop Resources
Contains over 900 signed entries that include a bibliography. Subjects reflect the history, theory and direction of the discipline, written in “popular” language rather than scholarly. The online edition is available with logon, and we also own the print edition which is held in the Reference Stacks under REF P29 .I58 2003.
These links are the result of a keyword search for “languages” in the Gale Virtual Reference Library. In the Search box, you can enter the specific language you are interested in reading about and then click on GO.