Literature and Language Arts
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The database provides biographical and bibliographical information on American, English and world authors and their works and includes literary criticism, plot summaries, and the ability to search by literary theme, literary movement and time period. Artemis contains the Literature Resource Center and literature titles from the Gale Virtual Reference Library and retrieves information from all these resources in your search!
Books & Authors provides readers with a tool to search for just the right book to read, with Expert Picks, Award Winners, and much more.
Are you looking for a good book or read-alike titles for a favorite author? NoveList provides thousands of fiction and nonfiction titles, plus book discussion guides and Recommended Reads book lists.
The Chicago Manual of Style Online provides a quick guide to creating bibliographies for the humanities including those in literature, history, and the arts.
A quick online resource that automatically creates accurate citations for everything from books to articles to web pages.
Maintained by Bartelby.com, William Strunk, Jr.’s book on style is here in full text and searchable.
An online encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.
This site contains study guides for literature, history, science, psychology and more.
This site includes a comprehensive guide to grammar and punctuation, with clear explanations and examples of parts of speech, punctuation, usage, and sentence structure.