When using the Advanced Search in Gale Literary Sources database, enter the title of the literary work in the Name of Work field and the author of the story in the Person-By or About field.
To narrow your search more, you may enter a specific topic or theme in the 3rd field (make sure you change it to Entire Document). See example.
If you decide not to use the Entire Document field, you may enter your theme or topic in the Limit Search by field within the results.
To learn more about search strategies using:
JSTOR is a multi-discipline database containing subjects including economics, history, political science, sociology, humanities, social sciences, ecology, mathematics, statistics, Asian studies, archeology, African, Latin American, Middle Eastern, and American studies, languages and literature, music, film studies, folklore, performing arts, religion, women's studies, psychology, business, philosophy, art, etc.
Results in JSTOR can be sorted by date, discipline, and type of result. Also pay attention to the subjects listed -- they can provide additional search terms.
EBSCOhost has the following databases that are selected for the initial search:
In order to get more literary criticism sources, be sure to add MagillOnLiterature Plus to your search.
Once you get the results, be sure to limit your search by selecting the Full Text and Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals features. You may also adjust the Publication Date if desired.
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