CBBcat - for readily available books
our holdings are limited, but worth exploring. You might find, e.g., The Pacific Muse: Exotic Femininity and the Colonial Pacific
WorldCat - search catalogs of libraries worldwide
Paul Gauguin, Montagnes Tahitiennes
French 397/493G: Seminar: Francophone Ecocriticism & Postcolonial
Theory in Dialogue
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Karen Gillum firstname.lastname@example.org
Think Strategically about Your Research
*Biographical? Try Credo, Larousse or monographic biographies.
*Contemporary public opinions? Search, e.g., ARTFL, NCCO, Gallica, historical books.
*Literary analyses of an author? Search in MLA International Bibliography and library catalogues.
show the research path someone took to develop an idea, and they provide leads for other researchers
You need to cite -
when you directly quote someone else, when you refer to another person's ideas or when you outline someone else's argument or line of reasoning. You also need to give credit when you use an image, audio, or video clip (if permitted by copyright provisions).
Use the citation style recommended by your instructor. Brief description of one commonly used style, with links to further examples, appear below. See also the Libraries' comprehensive guide, All About Citations.