Answered By: Kathryn Park Last Updated: Oct 06, 2017 Views: 10
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
- Enter as your search term "pride and prejudice" AND austen and check the Scholarly journals option below the search box
- From your results list, scroll down to Subject and select literary criticism
- From there you will have to review your list to make sure they meet your criteria.
Gale's Literary Sources
- Enter as your search term "pride and prejudice" and hit enter
- 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.
- Just like with the last database, you will have to review your list to make sure they meet your criteria.
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