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Where can I find some literary criticism of Susan Glaspell's short story "A Jury of Her Peers"?

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You can find literary criticism of this story in ebooks and articles available through the library.

For books and eBooks, follow the link below to our eBook collection.  In the collection, search for "a jury of her peers" glaspell (include the quotes).  There are not any books exclusively about the story, but there are books about Glaspell that offer some analysis of the story, such as this one.

For articles, follow the link below to a list of available literature databases.  From the list, select individual databases to search.  EBSCO Literary Reference Center, Gale Literature Resources, and GVRL eBooks are all good places to look.

In EBSCO Literary Reference Center, search for a jury of her peers and then limit to literary criticism from the list of options on the left.

In Gale Literature Resources, select the Works Search tab and search for the title of the story.

In GVRL eBooks, a search for the title will retrieve an overview and analysis from Short Stories for Students, as well as some other writings that discuss the story.

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