Answered By: Erin McDaniel Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 21
While we cannot provide direct answers to questions like these, we can certainly lead you to resources that will help you answer the question.
From the COM Library home page, in the box labeled 'To Straight to the Good Stuff", I selected Database list, and from there the Literature tab. Selecting the Database List actually takes you to our Databases libguide, which is linked below. The top box in the Literature tab provides links to databases that might help you.
A few of these databases provide plot summaries that might help you out.
There are links there to a variety of Literature databases. First try Literary Reference Center. Enter the search phrase: "white stag" AND seredy (use the quotation marks and the AND to get the title and author).
The Literary Reference Center also has a Reference Shelf on their home page, which provides definitions of literary terms, among other things.
I've included a link to our Literary Reference Center libguide in case you'd like further instructions. Select the Reference Shelf tab for that information.
Artemis also has a couple of articles. Use the search phrase indicated above.
Purdue Owl has a libguide to Writing About Fiction, linked below. Use the table of contents on the left to find resources that discuss how to write about fiction.
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