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Can you tell me what databases are good to conduct research on literary criticism and how to find instructions on MLA format?

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Our Databases by Subject LibGuide is an excellent place to start for literary criticism articles. Go the link below and click on the Literature tab. All of the databases there are good for your assignment.

Also visit the How to Use Literature Databases LibGuide for tips on how to use each one.

There are several resources available to help you with MLA formatting. First visit our Cite MLA LibGuide. This guide gives tips and examples on creating your Works Cited. Some of the databases provide citations for you. Click on the Cite the EZ Way tab for instructions. You will also find links to citation generators.

Be sure to visit Purdue Owl's MLA guide. This provides instructions on formatting your paper and creating in-text citations. The topics are listed on the left hand side of the screen.

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