- Link to Gale Literature - University username and password required
Institutional login required to access this resource via a search engine when off-campus
Gale Literature covers a wide range of literary topics including full-text access to books and poetry, literary criticism and author biographies. You can cross-search the following databases:
- Gale Literature Criticism
- Gale Literature: Dictionary of Literary Biography
- Gale Literature: LitFinder
- Gale Literature Resource Center
- Gale Literature: Scribner Writer Series
- Gale Literature: Something About the Author
- Gale Literature: Twayne's Author Series
Help & guidance
- Once logged into the site click on 'Help' at the bottom of the page for comprehensive guidance.
- Contact your Academic Liaison Librarian for additional advice using this resource.
You can save your references to EndNote in the following ways:
- Desktop EndNote - Direct export - Find out more about saving references into Desktop EndNote
- EndNote online - Download & Import using the 'RefMan RIS' import option - Find out more about saving references into EndNote online
For both versions follow these instructions to save the useful references:
- Select the references you want to save by clicking on the folder icon marked 'Save' to the right of the text of the article. This saves them to a temporary folder.
- Once you have saved some, click on the 'More' icon in the menu ribbon at the top of the screen, then the 'My Folder' icon in the options that are displayed.
- When viewing the folder click on 'Citation Tools' on the right-hand-side of the screen, then click the EndNote button in the citation box that appears. A file is saved.