Explore Beyond the Page this Summer With This Idea.


artemis literary sourcesUse the tip sheet below as a guide for searching Artemis: Literary Sources to discover interesting things about your favorite authors and books.

Artemis Literary Sources Tip Sheet

To learn more about using Artemis Literary Sources visit Hot Topic – How to Use the Library Databases: GALE

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Discover New Ideas with Literature Criticism Online


literature criticism onlineLiterature Criticism Online‘s design, is heavily influenced by user feedback and guided by Gale’s advisory board provides the features literature students and researchers want most, including:

  • Enhanced homepage keyword searching
  • Revised results display allowing for fast viewing and evaluating
  • Article-level results with easy access to article-level citations
  • Quick filtering functionality
  • Immediate access to newly acquired volumes as well as the ability to search directly across a series or volume with new About This Publication pages
  • New image viewer
  • Detailed subject indexing
  • Term clusters and graphing tools for visualizing results and textual analysis
  • Mobile compatibility

Literature Term Cluster Literature Criticisms Online

LCO provides a similar user experience to our platform Artemis: Literary Sources, where users can search across all of our literature resource holdings from Gale.

See what all the excitement is about, check out these features today!

New Literature Criticism


The following titles have been added to our Literature Criticism Online resource:

Contemporary Literary Criticism Vol 302

Drama Criticism Vol 042

Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism Vol 238

Poetry Criticism Vol 114

Short Story Criticism Vol 148

Short Story Criticism Vol 149

Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism Vol 248

Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism Vol 249

Did you know you can see what is in each volume?

Here’s how:

  1. Log into Literature Criticism Online
  2. Enter the Year of Publication  –  example: 2011
  3. Select the Title of the work  you want to see
  4. Click Search
  5. On the first entry Select  Inside this Entry
  6. Select Inside this Volume

You should see the table of contents for the volume.