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ENG108: Writing In and About Literature: Home

This guide lists resources available through the SUNY Adirondack Library to help with research for ENG 108: Writing in and About Literature.

Writing In and About Literature

Search any title you see here in the SUNY Adirondack Library Catalog. Remember to select "Print Book" in the search box options after you've entered the title. As always, if you have any questions or need any help, ask a librarian!

Writing in the "Real World"!

The English Division at SUNY Adirondack sponsors several programs that bring writers from all genres and forms to campus to share their work with us. These visits are almost always recorded by SUNY Adirondack's IT department, and posted to the SUNY Adirondack Youtube page for you to watch any time! 

What programs will I find on the Youtube page?:

- The Writer's Project : Published writers across every genre come to read selections of their work, talk about their process, and answer audience questions

- 100,000 Poets for Change: Professional and amateur poets gather to share their work and garner hope, courage, community, and support for important causes and challenges in our society, such as the climate crisis.

- The College Lecture Series: Faculty and staff of SUNY Adirondack give 45-60 minute presentations to give the college community updates on their personal research projects.

Kate Chopin - 'Meet' the Author

Useful Databases and Search Terms

Tutorials for these library databases are linked at the bottom of this box. 

Search terms to try:

  • Orientalism
  • Orient* AND Joyce, James
  • Joyce, James
  • Faulkner, William
  • Catholicism AND literature
  • ethics AND literature
  • religion AND Faulkner 


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