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English 10A Research Project

Welcome to your English 10A Research Project! According to Wikipedia, literary criticism is the evaluation, analysis, description, or interpretation of literary works. It is usually in the form of an essay. There are many good sources of literary criticism that are available in both print form and electronically, but they usually require a subscription. Therefore, you will probably need to do some research at the school library or using the library's online databases. Different libraries have different sources so your public library will have some good resources for literary criticism too. You will find all you need to help you get started with this project here in this LibGuide. 


Home Access

Please see your librarians for the user name and password in order to access all of these online databases from home.


Mobile Library App


Print Resources

These print series can be found on the right wall of the library classroom in your school library:



Online Databases

These online databases and resources provide reliable literary criticism, beyond just the book review type of article you will find through a search engine. 

 Bloom's Literature  

 Student Resources in Context 

 Gale Virtual Reference Library  


Hillside Public Library

HILLSIDE PUBLIC LIBRARY: Your public library has many literary criticism resources you can use. Click GALE CENGAGE to access them. Please see your librarians for the code.


DESTINY Library Catalog


Search for books in your library, great websites and eBooks too! We have some great Career books, just ask a Librarian for help if you want to see them!



Need Help?

Need help with your paper? You can contact Mrs. Brusca or Ms. Resnick to set up a time to meet. Stop by the Library or email them anytime: or


Why Can't I Just Google?


Library Resources vs. Google


Using Wikipedia in Academic Research


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