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Hispanic Film and Literature: Finding Books & Screenplays

Latin American Literature & Film Archive

Latin American Literature & Film. Focuses on the relationship between Latin American literature and film. Includes lists of texts by Latin American authors on which films have been based or derived.

Need a book not at Dana?

If a book that you need is not available (not owned/checked out) at the Dana Library, but is available from another Rutgers Library, you can request delivery of that book to Dana by bringing up the record for the book in The Catalog and clicking on tbe Book Delivery/Recall button.

Book not at Rutgers?

The fastest way to get a copy of a book that is not owned or not available (checked out/on Reserve/missing etc.) at the Rutgers Libraries is to request it through E-Z Borrow. E-Z Borrow books are normally received within about five working days.

If a book is not owned by the Rutgers Libraries and is not available via E-Z Borrow, you can place an Interlibrary Loan request.


Ocho y Medio Collection
The full text of approximately 150 Spanish screenplays and works of criticism published by Ocho Y Medio. Rutgers-restricted Access

Library Catalog

RUL Catalog (VuFind)

Search all Rutgers Libraries for books, videos, media, microforms, and other materials.

Finding Works About Authors

To find books about an author, select "Browse" in the Catalog, and then "Subject" from the pull-down menu. Enter the name with last name first.

To find discussion of an author's work, search the catalog with the author's name and then the phrase "criticism and interpretation." Select "Subject" from the pull-down menu.

To find books that focus on film adaptations of an author's work, search the catalog with the author's name and then the phrase "film adaptations." Select "Subject" from the pull-down menu.

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