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HUM 101 - Introduction to Humanities (College-wide): Literary Arts

Background Information (to get you started!)

These databases are great for finding your first source! Then dig a little deeper by looking for books and journal articles using the "Books" and "Databases" tabs above.

Here are specific series' that have been particularly helpful to HACC Literature Students:

Highly Recommended Series

                 Book Cover: Twayne's Authors Online

Featured Databases (Literature)

Three "totally literature" databases:

A humanities database that includes literature:

Two general databases (mostly articles):

A biography database, great for historical context!

Two Academic (streaming) video databases:

Call Numbers for Browsing in Print Collections

Within the Library of Congress (LC) Classification (or "Call Number") system, Most of the "P's" are literature titles. If you are interested in a detailed breakdown of how the print literature books are organized on the shelves, the LC CLassification for Literature PDF file will provide the details.