Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: Oct 06, 2017     Views: 9

That is a tough one. I tried a couple of different techniques and came up with best results by using ProQuest's Literature & Language and Gale's Literary Sources databases (see links below). You'll need to be on campus or have your COM ID to login off campus.

ProQuest's Literature & Language

  1. Enter as your search term "pride and prejudice" AND austen and check the Scholarly journals option below the search box
  2. From your results list, scroll down to Subject and select literary criticism
  3. From there you will have to review your list to make sure they meet your criteria.

Gale's Literary Sources

  1. Enter as your search term "pride and prejudice" and hit enter
  2. From your result list go to Limit Search by and select Pride and Prejudice, by default the literature criticism are the results on you list.
  3. Just like with the last database, you will have to review your list to make sure they meet your criteria.

 

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