If you want more resources on a specific literary form, click on the topic on the yellow bar at the top of the page. Use the drop-down menu for each topic to access specific resources on that form: drama, poetry, or short stories.
To find journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, or online sources for general literary criticism, please select the Databases and Online Resources page. For further assistance, please see one of our helpful reference librarians.
A research strategy may include some or all of the following:
Students can use the library online catalog to find books in the Glendale College Library. Search by author, title, keywords, or subject. If searching by subject, you must use the official Library of Congress Subject Headings. A person's or author's name can be a subject heading (e.g., Dickens, Charles) when searching for books about Charles Dickens and his work.
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The library's CampusGuide on Citing Sources offers a wealth of resources on MLA, APA, and Chicago Style, plus information how to avoid plagiarism and the ethical use of sources.
CampusGuide - Citing Sources