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Prof. DeVito : ENG102 Writing and Literature: Home

What's Here?

The resources on this pages will help you literary biographies for your paper using the library databases for your paper.

You will find information on choosing search terms; recommended databases and other sources and information about quoting and citing your sources.

You will find information on contacting the librarian who taught your information literacy session to get more help.

 

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Welcome!

This guide was designed to assist students enrolled in Professor DeVito's ENG102 Writing and Literature course.

You have been assigned a research report that focuses poetry and requires you to do biographical research on your chosen poet.

 

This guide is a customized resource for this particular course and assignment.

If you have any questions or trouble feel free to contact me via email or through the library's virtual services.

Wright, Richard. "Black Boy." YouTube, uploaded by JoinProject451,10 Dec. 2012, www.youtube.com/watch?v=xi2WdoWGPxo. Accessed 25 Mar. 2022.

The American Place Theatre - Literature to Life Stage Presentation of Black Boy by Richard Wright.

Performed by Tarantino Smith, Adapted & Directed by Wynn Handman

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