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Where can I find literary criticism of The Yellow Wallpaper?

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COM Library's literature databases are the best place to find literary criticism.  To use them, follow the link below to our Databases by Subject libguide and select the Literature tab.  From there you can select individual databases to search.  I found articles on this story in EBSCO Academic Search Complete, Gale Literature Resources, and GVRL eBooks.

In EBSCO Academic Search Complete, start by searching for "yellow wallpaper" (include the quotes).  From there you can limit your search through the options on the left of the screen.  Limit to full-text and appropriate subject headings (there are headings for both Yellow Wallpaper and Charlotte Gilman).

In Gale Literature Resources, click on Works Search and search for yellow wallpaper.  Then click on "The Yellow Wallpaper (short story)".

In GVRL eBooks, a keyword search for yellow wallpaper will retrieve an analysis of the story from Short Stories for Students.

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