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American & English Literature contains works on
- 20th Century Poetry
- American Drama
- Early American Fiction
- Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare
- Eighteenth Century Fiction
- English Poetry 600-1900
- English Prose and Verse Drama
- Poetry 1600-1900
OhioLINK's Electronic Books Center is a library of books presented in full text, available to read through an internet browser.
Oxford English Dictionary is the accepted authority when you need to know a word's history and usage.
The Oxford Companion to The Brontes
From Haworth to Heathcliff and from Wildfell Hall to The Wide Sargasso Sea, The Oxford Companion to the Brontes provides comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date information on the lives, works, and afterlives of the three Bronte sisters
The Oxford Companion to Women’s Writing in the United States
This Companion provides a comprehensive survey of women writers across four centuries of American history. There are biographical entries on poets, novelists, and playwrights.
How to Cite Sources and other Writing Advice
OWL Writing Lab
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab. Your best source for information about APA and MLA citation formatting plus lots of other useful advice on college level writing.
UNC Writing Center Handouts
Many useful "handouts" on college level writing from the University of North Carolina.
You may also download a copy of the APA Mini-manual.
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