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Prof. Courage: ENG102 - Essay #2 Fall 2021: Home

This guide is for students in ENG102 with Prof. Courage who are working on Essay #2.

What's here?

Use the tabs on this page to find information to help you:

Develop a Search Strategy

Find Literary Criticisms of your Text

Research Topics related to your Stories

Search for Books & Media

Find Online Sources

Cite Sources in MLA Format

Get Additional Help

MLA Workshops - Fall 2021

Sign up for MLA, Annotated Bibliography and other library workshops at the link below. All Fall 2021 workshops are via Zoom.

MLA Citations

  • Thursday Oct 21 @ 4pm
  • Tuesday Nov 9 @ 11am
  • Thursday Nov 18 @ 3pm
  • Tuesday Dec 7 @ 2pm

Annotated Bibliographies

  • Thursday Nov 4 @ 4pm


Welcome! This guide is for students in Professor Courage's ENG 102 (Writing and Literature) class working on Essay #2.

You will be writing a literary analysis essay about a short story and incorporating secondary sources related to a specific theme.

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

You can get help with your research project from a librarian either by going to the library in person or emailing the librarian who taught your research session (see the Get Help tab). 


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