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  • Wingate is the Last Stop on the Wingate University Singers and Chamber Choir Tour
    The Wingate University Singers and Chamber Choir will travel to five North Carolina cities this month before concluding their annual Winter Tour on the campus in Wingate. The vocal ensembles begin the tour in Raleigh on Feb. 21. Other performances are scheduled in Winston-Salem, Wilmington, Wilson and Gastonia. The final concert will be Thursday, Feb. […]
  • English Professor Inspires Students to Find Life-Changing “Spots in Time”
    From her office in the Burris Building, Dr. Sylvia Little-Sweat has an impressive view of two of Wingate University’s most notable landmarks: Stegall Administration Building and The Old Well Spring. The English professor also has a bird’s-eye view of much of the University’s history. She’s been on campus as a student or instructor for the […]
  • WU Grad Named President of Global Marketing Firm
    Tyson Webber loves many aspects of his job, but one of the best perks is going to huge events: the Olympics, the Final Four, the Super Bowl. “You don’t always get to see the event,” he says. “Though you’re working, the passion that goes along with those events is remarkable. Getting to do a number […]


Trial Preview of Contemporary Literary Criticism

March 29th, 2012 by jimm wetherbee in Announcements, Databases, E-Resources

Previously only available in print, now through April 10th, Gale’s Contemporary Literary Criticism  (CLC) is available online through Gale’s Literature Criticism Online. Contemporary Literary Criticism covers authors currently active or active during the latter part of the 20th Century. This resource brings together critical essays, reviews and other critical responses representing a range of views on authors and their works across all genres and all areas of the world.

To access the online version of the CLC, go to the Library’s list of databases and select Contemporary Literary Criticism [CLC].  You would then click on the button to access the trial.  This will give you access to all of Gale’s collections of literary criticism, not just the CLC. To limit the search to just the CLC, please select Contemporary Literary Criticism from the drop-down menu.

Since this is a trial, please let the librarians know what you think of the database, how much you would use it, and for which projects it would be most useful.  You can even include comments below.