Literature Resource Center - Literary Analysis

This tutorial shows you how to use Literature Resource Center to take your literary analysis to the next level.


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Whether you've just finished reading the latest

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work by a contemporary author

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or need to find a unique angle for covering a classic,

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Literature Resource Center provides critical essays

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author biographies, overviews, and more

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to take your literary analysis to the next level.

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Read biographies and work overviews

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to build an understanding of the personal

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and historical influences behind a work.

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Use the insight into key themes and literary elements

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to narrow a broad topic into specific research questions.

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When you've developed an initial thesis,

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examine literature criticism to refine and support your investigation.

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Continue brainstorming and exploring sub-topics within topic finder.

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or limit search results based on key themes within the scholarly discussion of a work.

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You may even uncover authors views of

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their own works, which can provide valuable

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evidence for your analysis.

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As you discover useful sources,

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use Highlights and Notes to keep track of important points.

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Before you exit Literature Resource Center,

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download, print or send your sources, digital notecards, and Works Cited

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to Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive.

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Literature Resource Center simplifies the process

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of starting and managing your research

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so that you can focus on writing a paper that impresses.

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