The Sun Also Rises

AcDec Resources

Print Materials

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Websites and Videos

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Mini BIO - Ernest Hemingway
ERNEST HEMINGWAY STOCK FOOTAGE
An Interview with Ernest Hemingway's Son, Patrick Hemingway (Part I)
Ernest Hemingway's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech
Andy Rooney on Ernest Hemingway - EMMYTVLEGENDS.ORG

Databases

  • Worldbook Online-Great for general information.
  • Gale Cengage-Magazine interviews, summaries, book reviews, etc.
  • EBSCO Host-Magazine interviews, summaries, book reviews, etc.
  • ProQuest-Magazine interviews, summaries, book reviews, etc.
  • ABC-CLIO-This is the best one for biographical info on Ernest Hemingway.


To access databases at home, log in to Mackin Via with the username and password provided by your librarian.

Literature Criticisms Online

Gale

  1. Go to the Gale database. (from home use Mackin Via)
  2. Click "Literature Resource Center"
  3. Uncheck all boxes except "Literature Criticism"
  4. Type in your search terms (Hemingway or The Sun Also Rises)
  5. Click "search".

Ebsco

  1. Go to the Ebsco database. (from home use Mackin Via)
  2. Click "Student Research Center"
  3. Click "Advanced Search"
  4. Type in "The Sun Also Rises" in quotes and choose "all text" the right in the drop down.
  5. Type in "literary criticism" and choose "subject" to the right in the drop down.
  6. For best results, click "full text" and "peer reviewed" in all of the database specs.
  7. Click "search".

Pro Quest

  1. Go to the ProQuest database. (from home use Mackin Via)
  2. Click "Literature" (picture of the open books)
  3. Click "Advanced Search" (above search bar)
  4. Type in "The Sun Also Rises" in quotes. Keep "all fields + text" in dropdown to the right.
  5. Type "literary criticism" in the second field. Choose "Subject heading (all)" in the dropdown menu next to it.
  6. For best results click "full text" and "peer reviewed" under the search bar.
  7. Click "scholarly journals" under source type.
  8. Click "search".

Google Scholar

  1. Go to Google Scholar
  2. Type in the title, "The Sun Also Rises" in quotation marks, "Ernest Hemingway" in quotation marks, and "literary criticism" in quotation marks
  3. Click enter on your keyboard.


*If you get too many results, you can try doing an advanced search (down arrow in the search bar).