P.S. When researching Victorian literature, life, and art, don't forget to check the library, particularly the books I've put on reserve for this class
Useful Hale Resources
- MLA Bibliography. The essential tool for exhaustive research, especially on the graduate level.
- Dickens Studies Annual and Victorian Studies.
- JSTOR. Great resource for full-text articles from important journals such as Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, Nineteenth-Century Literature (full list of journals)
- Project Muse. Supplies full-text articles from important journals such as Victorian Studies through Johns Hopkins University Press
- Literature Resource Center. A good resource for undergraduate students or for graduate students looking for information in a hurry. Sponsored by the Gale Group, it provides online access to the text from Dictionary of Literary Biography, Something About the Author, and other reference works.
- For those of you who are new to or rusty at writing literature research papers, LRC provides a nifty "Research Guide" from a link at the bottom of its home page.
- Caution: LRC should NOT be used as a substitute for the MLA bibliography.
This list of resources is necessarily incomplete. If you find a resource you think should be included, please let me know.
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