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English 1102 and Library Collaboration: Reference Book Criticism

This is a guide created for the GA Information Literacy Conference September 25-26, 2009.

Reference Books

The reference collection at the Plant City Campus Library has a variety of books that contain literature criticism. Professor Galloway requires you to select quotes from essays/criticism in the Contemporary Literary Criticism (CLC) or the Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism (TCLC). Reference books cannot be checked out from the library, so they are always available for you to use.

 

The library also has the full-text of these books available online as a library database called Literature Criticism Online.

 

Contemporary Literary Criticism (CLC)

Call Number: REF PN771 .C59

 

Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism (TCLC)

Call Number: REF PN771 .5 .T9

 

*Full text is available via Literature Criticism Online of these two sets, as well as, Short Story Criticism, Nineteenth-Century Criticism, and more!

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