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Armenian Studies 148 - Masterpieces of Armenian Culture
Find your writer in the books on reserve in the library (The Heritage of Armenian Literature, Reference Guide to Modern Armenian Literature, A History of Armenian Literature). The spelling of the name may be slightly different! Wikipedia will often list other common spellings for names. Take a picture or make a scan of the section covering your writer.
Find a list of the works published by your author. Look at the sources you used to find background information, as they will often give a list of titles from the author. You can also sometimes find the titles of author's works on Wikipedia (either in the text or at the bottom fo the article) or Amazon.
Search the Books and Media tab on the library homepage for either the title of work from your author, or the author's name (but remember with the older authors, there are often different spellings for the name!). Make sure the book is in English.
If you can't find anything, search the Link+ tab on the library homepage. Items found in Link+ can be requested and sent to Fresno State for free (2-5 business days).
You may need to find additional sources for your paper. The following are databases that may be helpful:
MLA International Bibliography offers a detailed bibliography of journal articles, books and dissertations. Subjects consist of literature, language and linguistics, folklore, literary theory & criticism, and dramatic arts, as well as the historical aspects of printing and publishing.
Artemis Literary Sources combines the content of several Gale literature databases, including Literature Resource Center, Literature Criticism Online, Dictionary of Literary Biography Complete Online, Something About the Author Online, and Twayne's Authors Series.