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The Story of an Hour
Image: Gale, Cengage Learning
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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 the author's last name. Example: "The Story of an Hour" Chopin.
- Further down are links to specific literary databases. Search tips are provided for each.
HCC Libraries Search
Find books, articles, videos, & more
Library Databases for Literature Research
Click a link below to access a database of articles about literary works.
Log-In instructions are on the Home tab.
Click the buttons for tips on using each database.
Selected eBook & Books in the Library
These books ↓ contain additional outside sources of literary criticism.
The eBook is available online. The print books have a Call Number. This shows where they are located in the Reference room - south side of the library. They are for in-library use only.