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Nineteenth-Century British Literature - Greensburg Campus

This guide will assist undergraduate students in developing and researching their topics in the 19th-Century British Literature course (ENGLIT 1175).

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19th-Century British Literature - Greensburg Campus

This guide will assist you in developing your research topic and subsequent paper for ENGLIT 1175: 19th-Century British Literature.  It will also provide you with links to helpful sites, including PittCat, online databses, and online tutorials.

According to the Pitt-Greensburg program sheet for English literature, this discipline "emphasizes the development of sophisticated reading that incorporates a complex understanding of historical and cultural contexts."

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Examples of British Literature Books @ Pitt

Using your research topic and search strategy, search PittCat for books.  For example, you could do a search for "British literature and childhood".  If you would like to use a book that is available at one of the other Pitt libraries, use the "Get It!" feature in PittCat.  Here are some examples of books that might be helpful to you: