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Welcome and Contents

Welcome to this resource that will help you find research tools for your course on American Literature and the Nobel Prize. The contents of this guide include the tabs listed below:

  • Databases, Journals, and Articles--This page lists databases, journals, and particular journals articles subscribed to by the University that may be helpful in researching literature, including resources like the MLA International Bibliography and the American Literature.
  • eBooks--This page contains e-reference, literary criticism eBooks, and physical books in our collection that related to the study of modern American literature.
  • Multimedia--This page has video interviews and documentaries from and about authors on your syllabus,including the music of Bob Dylan.
  • Web Resources--This page contains free online educational resources on the Nobel Prize and American authors, including speech made by, for, or about the winners at the award ceremonies.
  • Citation Help--This page gives information on plagiarism and how to cite in MLA.

The American authors covered in the this course include William Faulkner, Sinclair Lewis, Eugene O'Neill, Pearl S. Buck, T.S. Elliot, Ernest Hemingway, John Steinbeck, Saul Bellow, Isaac Singer, Czeslaw Milosz, Joseph Brodsky, Derek Walcott, Toni Morrison, and Bob Dylan.

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