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Literary Criticism Research : Literary Criticism Online Sources

How to find analytical studies of literary works

Online Sources

Books and ComputerValencia College Library provides a number of databases and electronic books that will be useful when researching literary criticism.  You may log into the library from your Atlas account (click on Search the Library) and search for articles through the LINCCWeb site (searching all the databases) or you can choose to go to the Databases A-Z section (from the red tab at the top of the page) and focus in on one database at a time.  You can also click on the Databases by Subject red tab and look at the databases under Literature.  Some of the recommended databases for literary criticism are:



 Click on the database icon to access the database.


Academic Search Complete Database

 Academic Search Complete (EBSCO)


Literature Criticism Online    Gale Literature Criticism Online 


 Literature Reference Center Plus  Literary Reference Center Plus                                                                      (EBSCO)


Litfinder   Gale Literature LitFinder 


Salem Literature   Salem Literature


Gale Virtual Reference Library    Virtual Reference Library




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