Web Resources for Literary Criticism

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Ipl2: Literary Criticism

http://www.ipl.org/div/litcrit/guide.html

Discriminating between the proverbial “wheat” and “chaff” on the Internet presents a number of challenges, and when it comes to discussion about online literary criticism, it’s even more difficult. This helpful guide to the best of such resources is made possible via ipl2, which itself is the merger of the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians’ Internet Index (LII). These annotated suggestions are divided into sections that include “Best Starting Places” and “Starting Places for Particular Time Periods”. Each resource is profiled in a short paragraph, and the link is also offered for convenience. While some parties might find the suggestions a bit rudimentary, these sites can be quite helpful for persons just coming to this arena.

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