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Last Updated: Sep 24, 2014     Views: 21

If you find something in an academic or scholarly publication, it is peer reviewed.

Ebsco's Literary Reference Center and Gale's Literature Resource Center are academic databases with credible content. Most, but not always all, come from peer-reviewed, academic, or scholarly journals.

Results for "Literary Criticism" in Literary Reference Center clearly identify the source of the artice with an icon that says "academic journal"

Any article from an academic encyclopedia that you get from Gale Virtual Reference Library (i.e., NOT Wikipedia) is also peer reviewed.

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