You can also start your search by first selecting the catalog or databases.
Click Catalog to go directly to the library catalog.
Combine the author's name, with the subheading, criticism and interpretation to find literary criticism/analysis, e.g.
Rhys, Jean Criticism and Interpretation [subject]
Bronte, Charlotte criticism and interpretation [subject]
or try the Advanced Search!
The Advanced Search allows you to combine keywords and phrases, include alternate terms, revise and modify your search.
Combine phrases and terms.
Add variant terms and use the drop-down menu to select [any]
From the library homepage, select the Catalog.
Next: select the Advanced Search:
What did you find?
Take a look at the first record -- http://newcatalog.library.cornell.edu/catalog/8380477. Why did these results appear? (Where did your search terms appear in the record for the item(s)?)
You can start from the home page and then dive into the catalog.
You can follow relevant subject--heading links in catalog records to find more books on your topic.
From the catalog, you can open the Advanced Search and combine phrases and keywords.
You can use the limits on the left-hand side to limit your search by year, language, format, etc.