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This site provides a step, by step pathfinder to the process of finding literary criticism, with a list of sources, as well as authoritative sites on the web. Many of the sources listed are included in Dixie State University's online databases.
A selective directory of Web resources for scholars of English and American literature. The site is arranged by literary period and includes sections on the history of the book, theory, women's literature, and literature of other nationalities.
A LibGuide prepared by librarians at Dixie State University to help you properly format MLA and APA citations. It also provides information on plagiarism, research papers, and guidance on the preparing an annotated bibliography.
The best known source for writing support. There are sections on grammar, professional writing, style guides, scientific writing, etc.
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The U.S. copyright has expired on most of these books, but not necessarily expired in other countries. They also have a number of copyrighted titles, for which the copyright holder has given permission for unlimited non-commercial worldwide use.