Research in Literature

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Research in Literature Here are a couple approved Internet resources that could be good general places to start. Loyola Library’s Guide to Research in English Literature GoogleBooks MLA Bibliography JSTOR Project Muse
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Unformatted text preview: American Literature specific: V=1.0&L=HN9YF5LH6V&N=100&S=SC&C=080217 Lexis-Nexis Oxford English Dictionary (Don’t use other dictionaries, this one is king!) New York Times Others:
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  • English Literature, Bibliography JSTOR, GoogleBooks MLA, good general places, Project Muse

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