Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Dec 26, 2018 Views: 205
Looking for articles that feature literary criticisms? You can search for literary criticism using the Multi-Search or in the literature subject databases linked below or from the A-Z Database List page on the library website. Make sure you identify the work you are analyzing and any keywords that describe the type of information you are hoping to find. For example, a search in one of these databases might look like: Wilde AND artist ; "Oscar Wilde" AND Dorian Gray
- Literature Criticism Online - Gale
- Large, extensive compilation of literary commentary.
- Literature Online - ProQuest
- Large collection of poetry, prose and drama, with definitive online criticism and a reference library.
- MLA International Bibliography with Full Text - EBSCO
- Electronic version of the premier bibliography of journal articles, books and dissertations journal articles, books and dissertations produced by the Modern Language Association.
- Project MUSE
- 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.
- Academic Search Ultimate - EBSCO
- Multi-discipline, full-text database designed to support the humanities, social sciences, psychology, economic development and general interest.
- Database of archival issues of scholarly journals. SNHU Subscribes to Arts & Sciences I, II, III, IV & VII. For list of titles available see: "Collections Available at SNHU".
- Periodicals Archive Online - ProQuest
- Online periodical archive covering the arts, humanities and social sciences. All journals are indexed from vol.1 Issue 1.
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