About Gale Artemis: Literary Sources

Access all of Gale’s literary resources in one search. These eResources include LitFinder, Literary Resource Center and Gale Virtual Reference Library.

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Key features

Named after the Greek goddess who symbolises new ideas and “the hunt” the aim of Artemis: Literary Sources is to integrate all of Gale’s humanities collections into one searchable platform. These collections include:

  • LitFinder: access to full text poems, short stories, essays, speeches, plays and novels. LitFinder offers the written works of more than 80,000 authors from over 660 nationalities;
  • Literature Resource Center: full text articles, critical essays and reviews and overviews of frequently studied works. LRC also includes author biographies, interviews and portraits;
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library: access to a subset of electronic reference books that cover literature.

More information

To help users find what they are looking for Artemis also includes:

  • Topic Finder — see topics that commonly occur in relation to your search term to expand thinking and exploration;
  • Term frequency — allows you to see the frequency of your search term in the content over time. This helps link the importance of particular concepts during given periods. Is there a connection between “bread” and “revolution”?
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