Communications & Mass Media Collection: Advertising and public relations, literature and writing, and linguistics.
Contemporary Literary Criticism: Significant published criticism on the works of novelists, poets, playwrights, short story writers, and other creative writers now living or who died after December 31, 1959.
ebrary: Contains books on a range of academic, college-level subjects.
JSTOR: Journal articles in a scholarly database including anthropology, education, history, literature, philosophy, and sociology.
Literary criticism refers to the process of defining, classifying, analyzing, interpreting, and evaluating pieces of literature with the purpose of understanding and appreciating them more fully.
There are many different forms of literary criticism: archetypal, historical, feminist, formal, marxist, multicultural, psychoanalytical and textual. Along with examining the text, literary criticism generally includes investigating the author, learning their background, interests and other information relevant to their work.