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Poetry

This LibGuide provides information on where to start when you read poetry and how to conduct a Close Reading, as well as general guidelines on how to research for papers.

Introduction

There are many research tools available for studying literature in general and poetry in particular.  From the library's catalog to different databases to various webpages, there are a lot of great resources to help you in your exploration of poetry.  One general database is presented below.  Other sources, though, can be found by clicking on the tabs under "Research Tools."

OneSearch

Search almost all of your library's databases at once!

Google your library's databases:
Limit Your Results

Lost on how to navigate the EBSCOHost databases or OneSearch? Watch this quick video from Seminole State Library on how to use Academic Search Complete, one of the large/general sub-databases within OneSearch.

 

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