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Critical Methods in English (Piccolo): Home

What is this?

This research guide is intended to help students in Professor Maggie Piccolo's Critical Methods in English course find sources that are appropriate for their assignments.

You may also find some helpful information in the Literatures in English research guide by Rutgers-New Brunswick librarian Kevin Mulcahy.

The Virtual Theorist

Need some help understanding literary theory? In addition to your course texts, you might find the following resources helpful.

The Virtual Theorist (Birmingham City University)

A glossary of literary terms (The University of North Carolina at Pembroke)

A glossary of literary theory (University of Toronto)

Introduction to Modern Literary Theory (Mount Mary College)

Literary Theory and Schools of Criticism (Purdue OWL)

Critical Methods in English

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