by Micah Saxton
Last Updated Nov 12, 2020
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How to Use This Guide
Welcome to the course guide for ENG 292-01: Reading Romanticism / Thinking Politics. On this guide you will find everything you need to start your research for your final paper. The guide is divided into a few different sections:
Reference Sources - The sources listed here provide background and contextual information on your topic. Use this tab to discover your reference sources.
Primary Sources - Primary sources are often the focus of literary scholarship or the most direct sources on your chosen topic. Use this tab to discover your primary sources.
Secondary Sources - Secondary sources are discussions or analyses of primary sources. Secondary sources are "scholarly literature" which offer arguments in support of a particular interpretation or thesis on a topic. Use this tab to discover relevant secondary sources for your research.
Citing Your Sources - Scholarship, whether by a tenured faculty member or a first year writing student, is a living conversation. This conversation is most fruitful when it's history can be traced. Proper citations allow you and your reader to enter into the scholarly conversation. This tab will take you to a guide on tools and formats for proper citations.