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ENGL 235 - Klinger - Women in Literature  

Last Updated: Nov 1, 2016 URL: http://libguides.marin.edu/ENGL235 Print Guide

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Recommended Database: Literary Resource Center Plus

  

 

Literary Reference Center Plus features an expansive collection of author biographies, plot summaries, work overviews, full-text essays, literary magazines, journals, and book reviews.

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Welcome!

Welcome students in ENGL 235 - Women in Literature!

This guide is for you! Please explore the links above for help with

finding articles and books about women authors.

Berthe Morisot's Painting The Mother and Sister of the Artist

Berthe Morisot. The Mother and Sister of the Artist

 

Expected Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Learn the basics of researching the library catalog and databases.
  2. Find key words to use for your research assignment
  3. Practice researching Literary Reference Center Plus and Biography Reference Center
  4. Learn how to find scholarly articles and books about women authors

After your research introduction by the librarian, you will find it easier to find all the resources you need in order complete your assignment

 

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Meet Your Librarian

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David Patterson
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(415) 457-8811, extension 7869
david.patterson@marin.edu
 

Research Assignment

Here is Dr. Klinger's assignment!

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