Where to start
Looking for Scholarly Articles? Try the MLA International Bibliography
Need a pre-1800 American text? Search Early American Imprints
Not sure what "narratology" means? Check the Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism
Can't figure out the origin of the word "boondock?" Look it up in the Oxford English Dictionary
Want basic biographical information on a particular writer? Use the Literature Resource Center
Like to hear Philip Levine read Theodore Roethke? Listen to audio poems in Columbia Granger's World of Poetry
Who is the copyright contact for poet Natasha Trethewey? The WATCH database has the answer.
American Literature: A Guide to Resources
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This research guide includes titles held by the Reference collections of Olin and Uris Libraries, as well as reference materials accessible online. Some titles listed may also be available in the general stacks. Since it focuses primarily on reference materials, it is necessarily selective. Searching the Library Catalog and Databases will identify or provide access to far more resources than can be listed here.
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