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ENG 123 Literary Critique: Articles from Databases

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This guide is provided to help you find examples of literary criticism in OhioLINK databases.

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What is Literary Criticism?

Literary criticism is the comparison or evaluation of a work of literature. It’s primarily an opinion, but it’s supported by evidence found in the text. This could be related to theme, style, setting or historical context.

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