In this guide, you will be able to search and find literary criticism in books and journals, including:
If you need help, ask a librarian!
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Literary criticism is usually an essay or book chapter about the significance of themes, characters, imagery, style, or other elements found in a writer's work.
Scholars, such as yourself, often cite other scholars' criticism when producing their own, in order to engage multiple voices in a conversation.
Multiple places! Some sources of criticism include:
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