The following titles are located in the Reference Area on the first floor. Each includes multiple critical essays written by scholars in the field of literature. Use them inside the library only. Photocopies are 10 cents per page, scanning is free. See directions in Copy Room to copy two pages at a time.
Locate Print Sources
Learn how to access various types of print sources in the library.
Access Gale Reference Books
In your search for print, begin with the select reference titles on either side of this page. To find criticism on specific works, use the Gale Literary Sources database and search by title.
Many of the essays that appear in print also appear online in the Artemis database, but not all. Depending on your work, you may find more sources online than in print or vice versa. NOTE: Make sure you don't find the same source in print and online.
1.Select Gale Literary Sources, then Gale Literary Index.
2. Do a Title Search for your work.
3. Select the title that best fits your work and author. Match words exactly as entered.
4. We don't own all Gale titles, but we own most that will appear in these results. (See the titles on either side of this page for the ones we own.) The bold number indicates the volume and the others are pages where your work appears. Most of the essays in these books appeared elsewhere first, often in a journal or book.
5. For more information on how to cite these print works. Go to the Citations tab at the top of this page.
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