The Literary Encyclopedia

The Literary Encyclopedia was founded by Robert Clark, Emory Elliott and Janet Todd in London in 1998 with the aim of providing comprehensive and authoritative support to tertiary-level teaching and research. It is published in English and its scope is world literatures and cultures from the classical to the present. Contents: The publication is currently divided into 10 parts comprising 94 volumes, overseen by 107 editors with established reputations in their fields (see Table of Contents). Editors commission and review all contributions and welcome offers to contribute from qualified scholars.