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ENC 1102 - Bielecki (Ybor City): Plays (Drama)
Resources discussed and demonstrated during Ms. Bielecki's ENC 1102 courses' library orientation, as well as composition and grammar resources
Use these literature references to find historical background, author information, critical analyses, and much more about many plays. The printed reference books are located in the Ybor City Campus library; some of them may be requested online. Other references are ebooks. To request a book or view an ebook, log in using the instructions found on the "Home" tab.
After you log in, type the title of your work in the search box on the right, directly below the word, Tools. Looks like this. If the work is covered in this series, the main article about it will appear at the top.
To search for resources, click the "SEARCH" tab above. For more information on ways to analyze literature, hover over the arrow of the "Genres" tab above and choose your work's genre from the drop-down list or click the "Critical Approaches" ("Crit Apprchs") and "(Literary) Periods" tabs above. Information on writing a literary analysis can be found by hovering over the "Writing" tab and choosing "Rhetorical Modes" from the drop-down list. For library assistance, tech support, and tutoring, click "Help!"
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