If you don't know which database to select, try one of the databases or subject guides listed below:
What resources can I use?
Journal articles are an excellent source of literature criticism, film criticism and reviews. More focused than books, the number of articles printed each year in scholarly journals, newspapers and magazines is astronomical. Journal articles are useful if your topic is focused. In addition, they are useful if your topic is current since scholarly book publication can be a slow process. Listed below are some high quality databases available to you here at Albright:
MLA Bibliography is a scholarly database that covers language and literature.
An online digital library of education research and information, sponsored in part by the U.S. Department of Education.
JSTOR - A Different Kind of Animal
JSTOR is a totally fulltext database of articles in scholarly journals. It is an archive, meaning that it does not contain the most recent published articles. While JSTOR looks very much like the other databases, see below for some clues about how to search.