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EN 112 - Freshman Composition: Home

To help the user find, evaluate, and use information sources as it pertains to the writing of effective argumentative essays and research papers. Used by permission of Charlotte Olson, Salmon Library, UAHuntsville

Primary & Secondary Sources

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION

This guide includes print and online research tools related to the study of English.  It is a selected list of resource materials and is not meant to be exhaustive. Please see a reference librarian for additional research assistance.  

The call numbers for all areas of English are in Class P.  However, many interdisciplinary sources in other areas may also be relevant. 

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