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 Almost any results you find in Literary Reference Center should count as a secondary source (literary criticisms, any analysis or review of the work, etc.)  Your primary source is the work you are researching and writing about. The other articles written about that work would be considered secondary.

The articles you find in Literary Reference Center are secondary sources. A secondary source is something written about a primary source. 

Take a look at our brief tutorial on Literary research. You can browse works or authors. Browsing for your author or work is an excellent strategy.

When searching, use key terms instead of long phrases or sentences. This will focus your search and yield better search results.

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