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ENC1102 - Fox - Plant City Campus

Literary Device Research Paper

Research Tips:

Use this research guide page to help you narrow keyword search terms, figure out which database to use, refresh about the difference between scholarly and non scholarly academic sources.  If you have questions, please refer to the PC Library Information page for Librarian contact information.  Use the MLA Citation Guides page on this LibGuide for citation writing information.

Use of Literary Sources

The following resources listed below are excellent to use when first learning how to work on a literary analysis or criticism.  The Find Books, Articles, Media & More is a live catalog search engine that will open a new tab with search results after keyword terms are typed in and click to search.  The video instruction below will walk you through how to use the HCC Library's Online Catalog and Literary Databases to search and locate appropriate literary resources for your assignments.  

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Video Tutorial

Choose the link below to watch a short video instruction on some best practices for using literature databases, showing you how to search for literary analysis and literary criticisms.