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A Selection of Books, eBooks, and Films about Frankenstein from the Library Catalog
- Use keywords in library databases instead of sentences and questions.
- When searching the library catalog or one of TCC's literary databases, try search for your topic keyword(s) along with "Frankenstein" or "Shelley" first. For example: ("exploration" AND "Frankenstein") or ("gothic literature" AND "Shelley"). Try several variations to maximize the number of relevant results.
- Also consider searching for your topic along with the "criticism" or "analysis" or "literature". For example: ("alienation" AND "criticism") or ("revenge" and "literature"). While the results might not be directly related to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, the information in those text could be used to support your argument.
- To look for an exact phrase, type your phrase within quotation marks (" "). The results will contain the exact words in the quotation marks.
- Use an asterisk (*) at the end of a root word, known as truncation, to retrieve results containing any form of the root word.
- Example: teen* will find teens, teenage, teenager, teenagers
- Use filters to refine your results by subject terms/topics, date, type of publication, language, peer-reviewed, etc.
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