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Library Catalog Search
You may use books to find literary analysis, biographical information, or other information to help craft your argument. Using “Guided Search,” search the author name (last name, first name) as a Subject Search. Also searching “criticism and interpretation” (in second search box) will lead you to critical works on an author and/or the author’s major writings. Click here to access the Library Catalog.
TIP: Try a keyword search on terms such as: collection, edited, critical OR criticism, essays.
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ProQuest eBooks ProQuest's Ebook Central provides access to over 170,000 academic ebook titles representing approximately 150 publishers. The collection was formerly know as ebrary's Academic Complete.
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