Answered By: Jessica Maris
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 1647

COM Library's literature databases are the ideal place to find literary criticism articles.  To access them, go to our Databases libguide and select the Literature tab.  From there you can go to each individual literature database and search each for articles about this work.  Here are some tips for using some of the individual databases:

In Chadwyk, search for rocking horse winner.  This will retrieve 25 matches (be sure to click on the ‘More results’ link beneath the initial 5 results that will be displayed).

In EBSCO, try entering "rocking horse winner" in the search bar (include the quotes).  This will produce several relevant matches.

In Gale, you can select the ‘Works search’ option and search for rocking horse winner.

In GVRL eBooks, a basic search for rocking horse winner in the main search bar will retrieve some relevant criticism.

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