12th British Literature - Tsang

This subject guide provides links to databases and eBook materials tha twill allow you to effectively survey the literature with regard to your selected author. You will find critical essays and articles based on the main themes in your author's works. *Be sure to search your author, as well as his/her specific works, and remember the power of quotation marks.

Still not sure about your author?


Section 1

Gale Ebooks

Virtual Reference Library
*These were formerly in print.


Bloom's Literary Reference Online

Remember:
* Save to your Google Drive as a Google Doc and then Copy and Paste the MLA citation in the Document. (All GALE databases will have the citation already embedded in the text.)


Sections 1 and 2
You may still use any of the above resources, as well.

Literature Resource Center

Remember:
*Section #1 - BIOGRAPHIES (on right)
*TOPIC FINDER - visual (back to topic finder/reset)
*Section 2: Topic and Work Overviews (on right)


Gale Databases

*May be helpful if you are not doing an author (e.g. a songwriter or band)
*Be sure to select to search all the databases available.



Section 3 - Current/Historical Trends linked to aspect of author's work
*You may still use any of the above databases, as well.

Opposing Viewpoints

Remember:
*Topic Browse is an option.
*Keep an eye on Search Assist bar.
*Quotes for "strings of words"
*Advanced searches with subject and keyword


Print Resources - Any section


Rochester Regional Five Systems (Interlibrary Loan)

If you find a book here, let Mrs. Freeman or Mrs. Mattison know so that we can request it for you.
*Note that it may take a few days to a week to receive it. Put in requests early.


Format Tools

MLA 8 Format Tools

One stop shop for citation creation!


What is plagiarism?

A concise review from Bloom's Literary Reference Online