Find information and essays by consulting these sources:
1. Stand Alone Books - Many of the books you will need are already pulled and placed on the project book shelves for you. However, you might not know what you need till you search the catalog. Please return used books to the cart provided for this purpose.
2. Print Reference Books - These books (or the index edition) have been pulled to a book cart for you. Start with Contemporary Literary Criticism (CLC) and then move on. Refer to British Author Print Reference Books list (handed out in class and electronically attached below) to determine which reference material to look at next. You may have to go to the reference shelves, on the nonfiction side of the library, to find the volume you need. Please return used books to the cart provided for this purpose.
3. eBooks - Check this LibGuide under the appropriate tab for a list of many of the ebooks we have on authors. Note: Gale Virtual Reference Library (also linked in the "Database" box) contains even more ebooks. Use the Gale Literary Index to help you find a reference ebook that covers your author and is published by Gale.
4. Databases - The databases available here are collections of information that have been compiled specifically for you, the high school researcher. Check out the descriptions and database links for easy, appropriate search results.
5. Internet - Your last resort if you absolutely cannot find anything in any of the above sources. Please consult with your teacher and Mrs. Milloway before searching the internet.
Search Destiny - Look for Print Materials @ ORHS Library
Print Stand-alone Books
This list highlights the authors that are represented by stand-alone books already pulled and placed ont he project bookshelves for you.
Print Reference Books
You will need to generate a citation for any print reference material you use.