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ENC 1102 - Sumner-Kenefick (Ybor City): You Fit into Me (Atwood)

Use this guide to help you with your research.

 

You Fit Into Me

Margaret Atwood

TIP: When searching for online articles, copy/paste the author's last name and the title of the work from this box. This way, you can be sure of a correct spelling.

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Use one or more of these resources to find critical articles ("outside" or "secondary" sources) about the literary work named on the left.

  • On the right is a link to an online eBook and/or a list of print books in the library—all of these contain material about the story or poem.
  • The Ybor City Library Search portal below will bring up a wide variety of materials. Type the "name of the work in quotation marks" followed by and plus the authors last name. Example: "The Story of an Hour" and Chopin
  • Further down are links to specific literary databases. Search tips are provided for each.

Ybor City Library Search

Find Books, Articles, Media, & more:

Database of Literary Criticism Articles

Click the link below to access a database of articles about literary works.

Log-In instructions are on the Home tab.

Click the button for tips on using the database.

Supplemental Books in the Library

These books ↓  contain additional outside sources of literary criticism.

While not referring specifically to You Fit Into Me, these books can be useful in exploring Atwood's overall work.

Material from these books will be accepted by your instructor for your "critical articles" assignment. 

These books are located in the Reference room - south side of the library - and are for in-library use only.