Library

Library

Databases by Subject

Databases

Creative Writing

Subject Specific Databases:

JSTOR
Access: Network restricted
Coverage: Varies by title
Content: Full-text Literature journals include: Black American Literature Forum, American Literature, Callaloo, ELH, MLN, Shakespeare Quarterly, Speculum, Transition, Yale French Studies, and many more.

Literature Criticism Online
Access: network restricted
Coverage: Contemporary Literary Criticism (access up to volume 238) 19th Century Literary Criticism (access up to volume 184) 20th Century Literary Criticism (access up to volume 190)
Content: Full-text of the print volumes, offering scholarly analysis and overviews of classic and modern literature.

Literature Online Reference Edition (LION)
Access: InfoTrac, network restricted
Coverage: varies (1892-present)
Content: Full text articles from over 130 literature journals (indexed in the Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature (ABELL) database), over 40 full-text Reference works, Literature Online Biographies, KnowledgeNotes (unique student guides), Author Bibliographies, and selected web sites.

Literature Resources for Gale
Access: InfoTrac, password restricted
Coverage: 1984-present
Content: This database allows you to search across several major Literature databases (including Literature Resource Center and MLA International Bibliography) to find full text of literary works, journal articles, literature criticism, reviews, biographical information and overviews.

Magill On Literature
Access: Network restricted
Coverage: varies
Content: Full-text of critical analyses with plot summaries. Sources include Masterplots, Masterplots II, Cyclopedia of World Authors, Cyclopedia of Literary Characters, Magill's Literary Annual 1990-2002, Magill's Guide to Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, and Magill Book Reviews, Critical Surveys, Magill's Choice: Notable Poets, Magill's Choice: Shakespeare, Magill's Choice: 100 Masters of Mystery and Detective Fiction, World Philosophers and Their Works.

Project Muse
Access: Network restricted
Coverage: varies (most titles cover the previous 2-5 years)
Content: Full-text Literature journals include: American Imago, American Literary History, The Chaucer Review, Configurations, Diacritics, Early American Literature, MFS Modern Fiction Studies, New Literary History, The Yale Journal of Criticism, and many more.

Library Hours

Fall Break Hours

The Library will have the following reduced hours for fall break:

Friday, 10/24 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday, 10/25 1 pm - 5 pm
Sunday, 10/26 2 pm - 6 pm
Monday, 10/27 8 am - 9 pm

Normal hours resume on Tuesday, 10/28. Have a wonderful fall break!

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