Canadian Literature & Poetry
Reading and Writing About Literature
A Glossary of Literary Terms A complete glossary of essential literary terms presented as a series of engaging essays that explore the definitions and their context. Tenth edition.
PN 41 .A184 2012 Reference
Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism Contains entries on a broad spectrum of topics in literary theory and criticism, including major theorists and philosophical approaches to the study of literature. Second edition.
Z 6514 .C97 J64 2005 Reference
Literary Research and Canadian Literature: Strategies and Sources Outlines research strategies and recommends the best research tools, print and online (including bibliographies, journal indexes, library catalogues, archival collections and other resources), for researching Canadian literature in both English and French.
PR 9184.3 .R39 2011 Reference
Writing About Literature Introduces a number of analytical approaches important in the study of literature, along with guidance for writing informative and well-focused themes based on these approaches, including close reading. Thirteenth edition.
PE 1408 .R593 2012 Reference & Stacks
A Handbook to Literature Considered a classic in the field, the handbook lists and explains literary terms, and includes types of literary criticism, genres and movements. Appendices include Nobel prizes for literature; Pulitzer prizes for poetry, fiction and drama. An outline of English and American literary history from earliest times to the present precedes the appendices. Twelfth edition.
PN 41 .H6 2012 Reference
A Short Guide to Writing About Literature Part I emphasizes the importance, in the writing process, of asking oneself questions in order to generate ideas. Part III introduces the elements of fiction, poetry, drama and film. Part III covers style and format, research papers, and essay examinations in a short and direct approach to writing. Twelfth edition.
PN 81 .B35 2012 Reference
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers The Handbook is not only limited to the mechanics of incoporating the MLA style into research papers, but only contains helpful advice on avoiding plagiarism and the importance of correctly documenting cited sources. Eighth edition.
PN 147 .G53 2016 Reference & Stacks
updated & expanded by: Agatha Barc, 5 December 2016
originally compiled by: Irene Dutton, Alison Girling