Databases for French

Listed below are the databases of most use for French

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Base textuelle Frantext
Coverage: FRANTEXT is a textual database containing French texts, both literary and scientific, from the 9th through to the 20th century. Single word and word sequence queries can be constructed to create frequency lists for one or several works and to locate specific categories of terms found in the texts.
Date range: 1500-
Access: Access conditions

Historical abstracts
Coverage: Index to literature on world history from 1450 to present. All countries except Canada and US.
Date range: 1955- Updated monthly.
Publication types: Journals.
Access: Access conditions

Index New Zealand
Coverage: Multidisciplinary coverage of material published in and about New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Date range: 1987-
Publication types: Academic journals, magazines, newspapers
Help: Which Search Type?
Endnote: Adding records to EndNote
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JSTOR
Coverage: Provides full-text access to back issues of selected scholarly journals in many subjects. Does not include current journal issues; content is updated according to a "moving wall" process.
Date range: Updated monthly
Publication types: Journal articles, reviews
Note: The Library subscribes to the Arts & Sciences I-XII, Biological Sciences, Business III-IV, Health & General Sciences Collections and 19th Century British Pamphlets. Title lists
Endnote: Adding records to EndNote
Access: Access conditions

MLA international bibliography
Coverage: Literature, language, linguistics and folklore.
Date range: 1963-
Publication types: Journals, books.
Access: Access conditions