Gale’s Literature Criticism Online features
the largest curated collection of criticism in the world and provides access to centuries
of analysis, delivered in an easy-to-use online format that matches the exact look and feel
of the print originals. The number of results found for each search
term is displayed. Here you’ll find a description of each.
Note: The collections and volumes displayed may vary from library to library.
Use the arrows to expand and collapse the list.
Click on a title to view a complete list of the volumes included.
From here you can access individual volumes in your library’s collection.
Click the “home” icon from anywhere in the resource to return to the homepage.
Click the “home” icon from anywhere in the resource to return to the homepage.
The easiest way to find criticism, reviews and overviews on an author or a work is to
perform a Basic Search. To perform a Basic Search enter a term in
the search box found on the homepage and in the banner of most other pages.
As you type, the search assist feature suggests possible terms.
To perform more complex searches use Advanced Search.
In the banner, at the top of every page, you’ll find additional tools and features.
When viewing search results or an article, you can click the folder icon to save the
item and return to it later Click the “My Folder” link in the banner
to view a list of items you’ve saved. Saved items are session persistent. Your saved
items list is automatically cleared when you end the session or logout.
Click the “Search History” link to view a list of previous searches.
From here you can re-execute a search or revise a search.
The number of results found for each search term is displayed.
To modify a search, click the “Revise” link.
To perform a search again, click the search query link.
Your search history is automatically cleared when you end the session or logout.
From the banner you also can choose the language you want the interface to use when displaying
menus, links, and instructions. To change the display language, click the
language that appears at the top of the screen… and then select a different display language.
Note: Only menus, links and instructions are affected. Documents are not translated.
From the homepage, you can also access the Term Frequency and Term Cluster tools. We’ll
talk more about these tools later.

Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

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