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Strange and Fantastic Tales: Home

 

Welcome to my Research Sources page for Strange and Fantastic Tales!

Chao Chen, Humanities Research and Instruction Librarian
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How Literary Anthologies and Collections could be helpful:

Introductory texts in literary anthologies /collections provide overviews and surveys of an author and his/her works, a literary era, literary style, and so on so forth. The explanatory footnotes enhance an understanding of the works in terms of contemporary culture and literary traditions in which the authors lived and wrote. Hence, the historical significance of the works. For example:

 

Note: WorldCat (renamed to be Libraries Worldwide on the Tisch Library homepage) is still a better place to get a fuller picture of  books on a topic, even though interlibrary loan service is currently very limited.)

 Journal and Magazine Articles 

A. All subjects

B. Literary Studies

C. Asian Studies and Cultural History

D. Performing Arts and Film Studies

(For reviews of film/stage adaptations of literary works)

E. Newspapers