Great Gatsby Research Paper

Databases

Databases will be most helpful on this project, in particular the Literary Reference Center by EBSCO and JSTOR. Remember, you always need to sign in to JSTOR and you will need to sign in to Literary Reference Center by EBSCO if you're off campus. Access to passwords is here.

You will need to use Advanced Search in your research and to select your keywords carefully. Play around with combinations until you find something that works. Here are some suggestions:

fitzgerald AND gatsby AND *insert selected theme keyword here*

gatsby AND criticism AND *insert selected theme keyword here*

gatsby AND *insert selected theme keyword here* NOT film

Make sure you choose Academic Journals and articles as filters to refine your search.

Finally, please remember that you can use the citation tool within either EBSCO or JSTOR to generate entries that you can copy and paste directly into your Works Cited.

Books in our collection you might find helpful:

Abolishing White Masculinity From Mark Twain to Hiphop: Crises in Whiteness by Stephany Rose     810.9 ROSE

Class Conflict in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby ed. by Claudia Johnson     813 CLA

Critical Essays on Fitzgerald's: The Great Gatsby ed. by Scott Donaldson      813.52 FIT GAT/DON

F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Collection of Critical Essays. ed. by Arthur Mizener     813.52 FIT MIZ

Gatsby: Major Literary Characters ed. by Harold Bloom 813.52 FIT GAT/BLO

Citing

How to create parenthetical citations (first form of in-sentence citation).

How to create PATt sentences citations (second form of in-sentence citation).

How to create a Works Cited page.

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