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ENGL 301: Critical Methods in the Study of Literature  

Library research guide for English 301: Critical Methods in the Study of Literature
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This guide to the basics of literary research is intended for students in English 301, Critical Methods in the Study of Literature. It includes some of the most important tools for finding books and articles in the field of English and American literature, as well as helpful tips for using those resources. The emphasis is on material available in the University of Maryland Libraries' collections, but some Internet sources are also included. Email or phone the subject specialist for more information and assistance.

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