Answered By: Jeremy McGinniss
Last Updated: Nov 29, 2022     Views: 1548

To find articles on your topic, I would first suggest that you find articles that define or reflect on what the definition of a tragic hero is, according to Aristotle. To do that, please complete the below instructions:

Articles in ProQuest

  1. To find these articles, first go to the library’s main page.
  2. To the right, under Databases by Subject select Browse All Databases.
  3. On the A-Z Databases page, select the letter P.
  4. In the list that comes up select the link to ProQuest Central.
  5. When the database loads, type in Othello Tragic Hero in the search bar. Also, select Full Text and Peer Review underneath it and then click Search.
  6. To view only scholarly articles, look on the left side under Source Type and select Scholarly Journals.

Articles in JSTOR

  1. Go to the library’s main page to begin your search.
  2. To the right, under Databases by Subject select Browse All Databases.
  3. On the A-Z Databases page, select the letter J.
  4. In the list that comes up select the link to JSTOR.
  5. Once you select JSTOR, notice the two search bars in the top left corner. On the first line, type in quotations “the play Othello”.
  6. Look a little further down under Narrow Results and make sure to select just Articles.
  7. Finally, look under Narrow by discipline and/or journal and make sure to select Language and Literature.
  8. Once you do that, go back up and click Submit Advanced Search.
  9. To view each article, simply click on the title or Download PDF.

If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out to us at (434) 582-2220 or at research@liberty.edu.