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Literary Criticism: Critical Analysis on the Web

This guide will help you locate critical analysis and interpretation.

Evaluating Websites

Before you use material from the Internet, evaluate the site.


WHO- is the author or sponsor?

Is it a reliable person, site?


WHAT- information is provided?

Does it match other information from valid sources?


WHEN- was the information posted/updated ?

Is it current?


WHERE- does the information come from?

Is it a reputable source such as .edu or .gov?


WHY- is the information there?

Is it there to inform and educate without bias?

Advanced Google Search: What is it?

An advanced Google search allows you to limit the results of your search by using additional information and specific website domains. You should enter a domain such as .gov (government) or .edu (education) in the site or domain box shown below.

 

 

Trusted Websites

English Literature on the Web contains links to author pages, journals, magazines, and websites dedicated to English-language literature.

New York Times Book Reviews Search the New York Times for book reviews from 1981 to the present.

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