Answered By: Dena ten Pas
Last Updated: Jan 10, 2017     Views: 1720

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To find articles on the play, "Everyman," I would suggest the search strategies featured below:

Articles in JSTOR:

1. Click on the following link to begin: Link.

2. Once the above link is selected, look in the top right section for several headings, including "Collections," "Research," and "General Info."

3. Place your mouse over "Collections" and select "Databases."

4. When the next page loads, look on the left under "Browse by Subject" and select "English & Modern Languages."

5. Once the next page loads, look on the right under "English & Modern Languages" and locate "JSTOR."

6.  Once you select JSTOR, notice the 2 search bars in the top left corner. On the first line, type in quotations: The play “Everyman." So your first line should look like: The play "Everyman."

7. Look a little further down under "Narrow BY:" and make sure to select just "Articles."

8. Finally, look under "Narrow by Discipline and/or publication title:" and make sure to select "Language and Literature."

9. Once you do that, go back up and click "Search."

10. To view each article, simply click on Article PDF.

 

Articles in MLA International Bibliography:

1. Click on the following link to begin: Link.

2. Once the above link is selected, look in the top right section for several headings, including "Collections," "Research," and "General Info."

3. Place your mouse over "Collections" and select "Databases."

4. When the next page loads, look on the left under "Browse by Subject" and select "English & Modern Languages."

5. When the next page loads, look on the right under "English & Modern Languages" and locate "MLA International Bibliography."

6. Use the first line and type in: The play "Everyman" (the same way that it was typed in using JSTOR).

7. Then click the search feature in orange.

8. To read articles, you'll have to locate "Full-Text PDF."

9. Sources that say "Get it at Liberty" usually imply that only the citation is available and not the actual article.

 

Articles in Project Muse: Humanities & Social Sciences:

1. Click on the following link to begin: Link.

2. Once the above link is selected, look in the top right section for several headings, including "Collections," "Research," and "General Info."

3. Place your mouse over "Collections" and select "Databases."

4. When the next page loads, look on the left under "Browse by Subject" and select "English & Modern Languages."

5. When the next page loads, look on the right under "English & Modern Languages" and locate " Project Muse: Humanities & Social Sciences."

6. Once in the database, look on the right under "Research Areas" and select "Language and Linguistics."

7. Wait for the page to load, and then you should notice a search bar in the top right section.

8. Please use the search bar and type in: The play "Everyman" (the same way that it was typed in using JSTOR and MLA).

9. Then click the search feature in orange.

10. To read articles, click on "PDF Full text."

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