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The library has and subscribes to many good literature resources. What resources you'll need depends on your topic, scope, assignment requirements, and more. Contact the Reference Desk through chat, at email@example.com, or 844.684.0456 (toll free) to get help finding appropriate, scholarly resources for your research.
Here are some good sources for literature to get you started:
- Literature Criticism Online
- Large, extensive compilation of literary commentary.
- JSTOR - The Scholarly Journal Archive
- Database of archival issues of scholarly journals. SNHU Subscribes to Arts & Sciences I, II, & IV.
- MLA International Bibliography
- Electronic version of the premier bibliography of journal articles, books and dissertations journal articles, books and dissertations produced by the Modern Language Association.
- Humanities International Complete
- Comprehensive collection of journals in the humanities, with full-text for approximately 1,200.
- Project Muse - Standard Collection
- We have access to full-text, current, peer-reviewed journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Access to eBooks is not available at this time.
- American Literature
- Contemporary Literature
- Nineteenth-Century Literature
- Review of Contemporary Fiction
- World Literature Today
Additionally, search the Online Library Catalog to find print books and eBooks in our collection on literature.
Literature Research Guide (Shapiro Library)
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