Bibliography of Slavic Literature
Nisula covers materials published in the United States and abroad since 1989 covering Slavic literature from the medieval period to the end of the twentieth century.
The three main sections are meticulously structured to cover all the dimensions of geographical space, literary genres, topics, authors and time. The first section examines general works on Slavic literature―namely Slavic bibliographies, journals, and library holdings. The second one frames the bibliographic sources within the Slavic geographic perimeter: East, Central and South Europe, while the final section considers regional and national literature.
One of the richest European cultures reveals itself in the pages of this book and all those who want to understand the multiple aspects of Slavic literature can find in this an essential guide.
Slavic Languages and Societies
Citation for published book
Nisula, D. (2001). Bibliography of Slavic literature / Dasha Culic Nisula. (Scarecrow area bibliographies ; 20).
Nisula, Dasha Culic, "Bibliography of Slavic Literature" (2001). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 509.