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Comparative Literature 111: Introduction

The Nature of Narrative
Professor Gail Newman
Fall 2019

Fall 2019

This guide includes: 

  • search strategies relevant to research the socio-historical context of a literary work
  • information about search strategies for secondary sources (scholarly articles and reviews) 

If you need assistance in searching for or accessing materials, don't hesitate to contact me, I'm here to help!. You can email me, or schedule an appointment using the link on this guide.  Or if you prefer, you can always reach out to other librarians in Research Services through our Ask A Librarian services

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Researching Off Campus

Many of the resources on the A-Z Databases page are accessible anywhere you have an Internet connection. However, you will need to authenticate yourself as a Williams user

If you need help, just ask!

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Christine Ménard
Meet your librarian:
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