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ENGL 302: Advanced Writing: Home

This guide is designed to highlight library resources that will help students in this class.

Useful Databases

These databases are good first choices for finding literary criticism.

These databases can also be used to find literary criticism.

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This search displays, by title, the library's holdings for over 94,000 periodicals, including scholarly journals, popular magazines, and newspapers (such as Science, Time, and The Wall Street Journal).

 

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