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Books in the Library

The Brontës : comprehensive research and study guide
Call #: 823 BRO edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Bloom’s major novelists
Published 2000

Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights
Call #: 823.8 EMI edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Modern critical interpretations
Published 1987

Heathcliff
Call #: 823.8 HEA edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Major literary characters
Published 1993

The Brontës
Call #: 823.80 BRO edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Series: Modern critical views
Published 1987
Interest Level: Young Adult
1 of 1 available

Wuthering Heights
[ Book ] Call #: F BRO Brontë, Emily, 1818-1848.
Series: Signet classic
Published 1993

Wuthering Heights
Call #: F BRO Brontë, Emily, 1818-1848.
Published 2011

Emily Bronte

Snodgrass, Mary Ellen. “Bronte, Emilye.” Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature. New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2005. Bloom’s Literature, Facts On File, Inc.

Databases and Search Tips

Jamestown Databases:  You are automatically logged into the following databases from school.  If you are elsewhere you will need to use the login information provided.

Williamsburg Regional Library Databases:  WJCC students can access these using wjcc+student number. The first two listed are under the Books, Reading and Literature section.  However, it is highly recommended that you choose “See All Databases” as there are several others listed below that are helpful.

Contemporary Literary Criticism Select

Literary Reference Center

Ebsco Host

Expanded Academic ASAP

InfoTrac OneFile

Research In Context

Additional ResourcesJSTOR and Google Books:  JSTOR is a subscription library of digital articles that virtually every college and university uses.  You can sign up to get up to three articles but it can also be useful to locate scholarly books.

For example: Searching JSTOR using search terms “great gatsby” and “racism” gives one result of a brief book review but not the text itself.  However, you can search for that book in Google Books.  Google Books previews gives you about 85% of a book and you can search within them.