1. Bibliography mining
2. Advanced database searching
3. Citation management tools
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As you're reading a book or article, you may come across a cited work that you want to read. How do you get to the full-text when you have a citation from the bibliography?
Do we have access to the following items*? Hint: Go to the library's homepage and search the library catalog or SearchAll.
Bart, Benjamin F, and Robert F. Cook. The Legendary Sources of Flaubert's Saint Julien. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1977.
Biasi, Pierre-Marc de. "Toward A Science Of Literature: Manuscript Analysis And The Genesis Of The Work." Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes. 36-68. Philadelphia, PA: U of Pennsylvania P, 2004.
Orr, Mary. "Hunting legendary monsters in Flaubert's La Légende de Saint Julien l'hospitalier." French Studies Bulletin 26.95 (2005): 15-19.
Search the assigned database for an entry about Gustave Flaubert. Then, answer the following questions:
- What kind of information is included in the article?
- How might the information help you as you’re reading the assigned Flaubert story?
- How might it help you as you’re writing about his short stories?
Howard-Tilton Memorial Library
What I do in the library:
Teach people to find and evaluate information; select books for Teacher Preparation & Certification Program and for the Gender & Sexuality Studies Program