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ENGL:1200 The Interpretation of Literature - Bonner, Spring 2022: Home

This resource has been created to help students in their course work and library usage in Hannah Bonner's sections of ENGL:1200 - The Interpretation of Literature

Library Links

General Research Tips

  • Generate a list of your search terms and any synonyms.
  • Search for each term in databases or InfoHawk+.
  • If searching for a phrase, insert quotation marks around the phrase.
  • Limit your search by a date range if you want results from certain years.
  • Try your search terms in multiple databases.
  • Look at the footnotes and bibliography of scholarly articles - they can lead you to related sources!
  • The first sources that you find may not be the best. Keep looking!

Welcome!

The resources listed in this guide will help you find information to inspire your writing for ENGL:1200 with Instructor Hannah Bonner, Spring 2022. This guide will also help you understand the wide variety of resources available in the library and how to use them.

If you have questions or problems, contact your librarian!

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