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ENGL 2020 - British Literature II

A secondary source is the analysis or restatement of the primary source. For literature, a secondary source is generally literary criticism of the primary source (novel or poem).

The following databases can be used to find secondary sources for British Literature II. Try different search formulas within the databases to find relevant results, such as:

  1. (novel name)
  2. (novel name) (author name)
  3. (novel name) criticism
  4. (author name) criticism
  5. (novel name) (author name) (selected theme)

Below are specific examples of secondary sources from the databases above.