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ENG 653: Studies in Literature Since 1900: American Modernism: Home
A guide to the resources for students in ENG 653. Fall 2019.
A database which containd materials from libraries and repositories around the world, but with emphasis on North America. To find archival material on a person, search using the person's name as a subject and then click the archival tab to see holdings.
Database containing all of the archival records from WorldCat, plus thousands of records contributed independently by libraries and archives. Microfilmed and digitized collections are usually not included.
SNAC is a free, online resource that helps users discover biographical and historical information about persons, families, and organizations that created or are documented in historical resources (primary source documents) and their connections to one another. Users can locate archival collections and related resources held at cultural heritage institutions around the world.
SNAC is an international cooperative including, but not limited to, archives, libraries, and museums, that is working to build a corpus of reliable descriptions of people, families, and organizations that link to and provide a contextual understanding of historical records.
Over two centuries on-line for full-text searching of the London publication, more than 7 million articles, from 1785-1985. Widely recognized as the source for authoritative reports on politics, law, business and society. Extensive coverage of parliamentary debates, royal doings, obituaries, official appointments. Does not include the Sunday Times, the Times Literary Supplement, the Times Educational Supplement, the Times Higher Education Supplement.
When using the print edition for works, you will need to know the year the work was published since each volume must be searched separately. Emphasis is on fiction, popular or semi-popular non-fiction, and children’s books. Only a limited number of scholarly journals are covered. There are certain restrictions about what items are included – such as non-fiction works must receive at least 2 review and fiction must receive at least 4 review before inclusion, only books published or distributed in the United States are included.