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UCOR 102: Imaginative Literature and Critical Writing (Prof. Sunday): Home

Introduction

This guide is designed to help students in Prof. Sunday's UCOR 102 course to find materials for their research paper. It will connect the student quickly to five research guides that will help them to find materials on Frankenstein, Northanger Abbey, Hamlet, and works by poet Natasha Trethewey. It will also connect them to another guide with general information on how to find literary criticism, which students will have to do on their own if they are researching "The Yellow Wallpaper." 

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Frankenstein

Hamlet

Natasha Trethewey

Jane Austen (& Northanger Abbey)

Ophelia

Literary Criticism: How to Find It