Welcome to the library instruction
page on Literary Modernism, and Politics for ENG 372. This page will help
you use the Internet and the WSU Stewart Library to find useful information
for your research. If you have any questions, visit the Library Reference
Desk, or call 626-6415.
INFORMATION FROM BOOKS
Use the online
catalog to find out which books and other media are available,
on what subjects, and where they are located in Stewart Library.
Many of the books relevant to this course are are located
on level two of the library in the General Collection.
Use your WSU username and password
for off-campus access.
SOURCES ON LITERARY MODERNISM
Full text critical analysis, biographies and bibliographies
on over 90,000 authors from every age and literary discipline.
Includes all of Contemporary Authors, Dictionary of Literary
Biography and selected portions of Contemporary Literary Criticism.
Oxford Companion to English Literature (edited by Margaret Drabble)
- Stewart Library, Middle level, REF PR19.D73 1995.
INTERLIBRARY LOAN AND
If we do not own a particular
book or article you need, we will borrow it for you from another library
through Interlibrary Loan.
books online from Amazon Books, Barnes
and Noble or Yahoo
ARTICLES IN JOURNALS, MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS
(Electronic Book Review)
Muse - Search full text journals online including. Use
your WSU username and password for off-campus access.
OTHER PRINT JOURNALS IN STEWART
There are many other useful
journal in Stewart Library. Use the Indexes below to identify articles
useful for your research.
INDEXES TO JOURNAL ARTICLES
To find articles on your
topic you need to use periodical indexes. Each index usually covers
a group of subject related journals. Many indexes are now available
on the Internet. Search by subject or keyword in these indexes. Some
useful indexes include:
- available on campus only. MLA Indexes articles
in literature, languages, linguistics, and folklore back to
1963. Updated ten times per year.
Databases - This large group of excellent databases,
also includes Arts & Humanities, Alternative
Press Indes, Books in Print, Dissertation Abstracts,
etc. on the Web. Available to students only in the library.
Databases: Available on campus only. Provides full text
articles in hundreds of magazines and journals.
- Access the London
Times via the Web. You must register, but
there is no charge. Full text book reviews are available
in the Times Books sections on Thursday, Saturday and
Sunday each week. The Times Literary Supplement is available
only to paid subscribers, although you may browse each week's
table of contents.
- Access the New York Times
via the Web. You must register, but there is no charge.
The New York Times Book Review is available on the Web
for free if you have registered. You may also use the SearchBank
databases listed above to search for references to NYT
articles. Full text articles from the New York Times
are available on microfilm in the Current Periodicals area of
the Library, level one.
- Many other newspapers
are available on online, although most papers don't provide
indexes to back issues, only current day. An excellent source
for international news, with full text archives back to 1980
is the Christian Science
BROWSING CURRENT PERIODICALS
Current magazines and journals can be browsed
in the Current Periodicals Area, in the "PR" section on
the Main level. Bound volumes of older issues are found upstairs in
the periodicals stacks.
SITES ON LITERARY MODERNISM AND POLITICS
Here are some WWW sites to
get you started. Most of these will take you to other links, so explore!
Sites on Particular
Other Sites of Interest
USING INTERNET SEARCH ENGINES
You can also search for more
information on the Internet using one of the several Web search engines.
Use the Internet
Search Engines tutorial to more effectively use engines.
TIPS AND TECHNIQUES - A SUMMARY