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Uncle Tom's Cabin and Popular Culture: Databases

This LibGuide has been created to support Dr. Tom Perrin's American Literature course for spring 2012.

Hariett Beecher Stowe

Religion and History

A Word About Databases:

Discussion and analysis of works of literature frequently occur in the books, journals, etc. of other fields.  For example. Charlotte Gilman's famous short story "The Yellow Wallpaper" has been greatly discussed in the psychology literature.  So, when studying a work of literature, consider this possibility and don't limit your use of resources, for instance, databases, to only those that are frequently considered "English" or "literature" sources.  The list of suggested databases provided on this page is not meant to be exhaustive, but rather to give you a start - an idea - of the range of possible resources available to you for conducting research on Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Literature and Film

Communication Studies, Psychology, and Business Administration

Interdisciplinary Databases