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A guide to doing English language and literature research at Bonnie Bell Wardman Library.
Last Updated: Sep 2, 2013 URL: http://whittier.libguides.com/english Print Guide RSS Updates

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About the English language and literature guide

This online guide to research at Bonnie Bell Wardman Library is intended to assist English language and literature students as they formulate, develop, and complete research projects within the Whittier College English curriculum.

Learning is a collaborative process, and beginning researchers will find this maxim true of the research process, too. Keeping this idea in mind, we expect this English language and literature guide to be an ever-changing, dynamic site that will expand and change as students and instructors contribute commentary, assistance, and suggestions for including additional resources. We encourage the research community to help improve the guide in this manner via the spaces allotted for commentary on individual pages, and/or by emailing the subject librarian (link at right).

Thank you for visiting!

New English language and literature resources at Wardman Library

  • Charles Dickens : Dickens' bicentenary, 1812-2012 / Lucinda Dickens Hawksley.
    "[T]he definitive interactive illustrated guide to the man and his works. Produced in association with the Charles Dickens Museum, London, it follows Dickens from early childhood, including his time spent as a child labourer, and looks at how he became the greatest celebrity of his age, and how he still remains one of Britain's most renowned literary figures, even in the twenty-first century. ... With beautiful photographs and artworks, and many never before seen facsimile documents from Dickens's own archives, [this book] brings to life this extraordinary and complex man, whose name remains internationally revered and whose work continues to inspire us today."--Publisher's description.
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library: Literature (online)
    Featuring American Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide from Colonial Times to the Present, 2nd ed., 4v, 2000 -- Concise Major 21st Century Writers, 5v, 2006 -- Contemporary Novelists, 7th ed., 2001 -- Contemporary Poets, 7th ed., 2001 -- Feminism in Literature: A Gale Critical Companion, 6v, 2005 -- Gothic Literature: A Gale Critical Companion, 3v, 2006 -- Literary Newsmakers for Students Vol. 1:, 2006 -- Literary Themes for Students: Race and Prejudice, 2v, 2007 -- Literary Themes for Students: War and Peace, 2v, 2006 -- Major 21st-Century Writers, 5v, 2005 -- Modern American Literature, 5th ed., 3v, 1999 -- Nonfiction Classics for Students: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Nonfiction Works, 5v, 2003 -- Reference Guide to Holocaust Literature, 2002 -- Reference Guide to Short Fiction, 2nd ed., 1999 -- Reference Guide to World Literature, 3rd ed., 2v, 2003 -- The Writers Directory 2007, 22nd ed., 2v, 2006.
  • The Romantics [videorecording] / BBC ; written and presented by Peter Ackroyd.
    "Filmed on location at British and French historical sites, this three-part [DVD] series delves into the art, literature, and politics of 18th- and 19th-century Europe -- telling the tumultuous story of Romanticism and its reshaping of Western culture"--Container.
  • Shakespeare Collection: Featuring the Arden Shakespeare Complete Works (online)
    Use this resource to access and study an extensive collection of authoritative materials supporting literary, textual, historical, and performance studies. Resources include the most recent Arden Shakespeare editions of the complete works, as well as editions and adaptations of Shakespeare's works, other works published during Shakespeare's time, prompt books, the Gordon Crosse Theatrical Diaries, criticism, reviews, images, and reference. [GaleNet]

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