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Welcome to English 220: Writing about Literature

As an introduction to literary research and writing about literature, this guide presents a selection of print, digital and media sources arranged according to the tabs above.

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In research, critical writing and presentations, much of our success depends on what we read and on the credibility of the sources we select and cite. Information Literacy is a set of information skills that can strengthen the effectiveness of research and communications in all academic disciplines and all walks of life. If you would like to test your knowledge in framing research strategies and in accessing, evaluating and using information effectively and responisibly, check out The Information Literacy Commons and let us know what you think! 


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