General Reference Sources on Writers and Their WorksReference Sources on PoemsReference Sources on Short StoriesReference Sources on Women's Lit and Women WritersReference Sources on Long FictionReference Sources on Drama
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  • The Searching for Books/E-books tab contains information about searching the library catalog for books and e-books, as well as searching the e-book database directly.
  • The Literary Criticism/Author Information tab has several sub-categories under it: Reference Sources on Poems, Reference Sources on Short Stories, Reference Sources on Women's Lit and Women Writers, and General Reference Sources on Writers and Their Works.  Click on the sub-categories to see reference sources in our collection on those topics.
  • The Online Literary Criticism tab contains databases that cite literary critiques in both journals and book sources on specific authors' works.
  • The MLA Style Help tab contains tools to help you formulate your citations in MLA style.
  • The Interlibrary Loan tab explains how we can request articles that we don't have from other libraries, and the form needed for doing so.

Remember, if at any time you need assistance with your research, feel free to contact us (our contact info is in the boxes to the right; scroll down to see both), or any of the other reference librarians on duty in the library.  You also have access to help via reference online chat, via telephone (252-399-6502), and via email (

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