Where to start
Looking for Scholarly Articles? Try the MLA Bibliography
Need book reviews? Search ProQuest Research Library
(Use the previous link from within the La Trobe network. Outside La Trobe Oxford Reference is tricky to use - follow this link )
Melville and "Bartleby, the Scrivener - A Story of Wall Street"
Background information about the author
and the short story.
GREAT RESOURCE - The New Yorker - Fiction Podcast
A monthly reading and conversation with The New Yorker’s fiction editor, Deborah Treisman. Once a month, The New Yorker publishes a fiction podcast in which one famous fiction writer reads the work of another. All of the stories come from The New Yorker's archives, and all of the readers have had their own work published in the magazine.
Features well known authors reading and discussing a favourite short story from the magazine's archives. Includes stories by Roberto Bolaño, John Cheever, Raymond Carver, Don DeLillo, Frank O’Connor, Eudora Welty, Alice Munro, John Updike and many more
Also available through iTunes at New Yorker: Fiction
This Libguide provides you with an introduction to conducting research in English Literature.
It provides a guide to finding library resources that will support your research including
- links to online encyclopedias and dictionaries for background reading
- how to find books and book chapters
- how to find journal articles for essay research
- how to read citations and find them using the catalogue
NOTE this guide is not a complete list of resources but rather a useful starting point from which you will carry out your own research.
SlowTV is a free internet TV channel delivering interviews, debates, conversations and public lectures about Australia's key political, social and cultural issues