Oxford Reference is a full-text collection of encyclopedias and dictionaries, as well as a critical selection of partner publishers scholarly works. These major reference titles cover the Arts, History & Culture, Literature & Language, Law, Media Studies, Medicine & Health, Philosophy & Religion, Science & Technology and Social Sciences.
The content of the collection is available in a variety of reference types:
Overview Pages: provide free navigational guides to a topic and contain a heading, a short definition and links to a selection of other entries on that topic and to related topics
Subject Reference: encyclopedia entries from the general reference content
Timelines: timelines of events, arranged according to world history, areas, and themes
Quotations: entries from dictionaries of quotations, which tell you who said what, about what, and when
English Dictionaries: entries from dictionaries which give English language definitions of terms
Bilingual Dictionaries: entries from bilingual dictionaries which offer translations of terms in various languages
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