Many of the print sources listed on this page are available by going to the following databases:
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Contains critical and biographical articles, bibliographies of criticism, and complete critical articles for books and journals.
The library has an extensive collection of criticism reference books in the reference area on the first floor. Many are from Thomson Gale Publishing and you can search these using their online index at http://www.galenet.com/servlet/LitIndex. When you search the Gale Literary Index for a work, you will get a list of Gale series (including volume and issue numbers) that contain information on that work.
The library has the Gale series listed at right and below.
NOTE: The critical articles in these books are often excerpts, meaning they are incomplete. The book will provide a citation, though. Use the citation to find the complete, original article.