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Faulkner's Address in William G. Squires Library:
These research starters, supplied by Salem Press through the library's EBSCO Discovery Service, provide an excellent place to begin your research. Each research starter gives a brief summary of some of the popular literary theories or schools of criticism and each entry includes a bibliography. Use these research starters to become more familiar with the different literary and critical theories and to look for words, terms and phrases that might help you develop your search strategy.
Remember: the bibliography or works cited page of any work is a vital resource; it can lead you to other credible resources to use in your research!
|Critical Race Theory||Post-Structuralism|
|Feminism Reflected in Literature||Queer Theory|
|Marxism||Writing Literary Analysis|
To save search results for later, create an account using "sign in" on the right-hand side of the navy blue bar. If you already have an EBSCO account, the folder will be open (see below).
This video demonstrates how to search effectively, how to process results, how to grab citations and more.
This video shows the steps for submitting an interlibrary loan request.
This video will instruct you on effectively giving credit where credit is due.