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ProQuest Learning: Literature
A robust solution for the study of diverse authors and their works
ProQuest Learning: Literature is a robust solution for schools that offer teaching and learning in literature from multiple traditions and perspectives. ProQuest Learning: Literature supports key student use cases such as introducing high school students to poets, playwrights and novelists from diverse backgrounds. Editorially created topic pages include author biographies, literary work summaries and analyses, and genre and movement pages. Journals, magazine, and books provide current, authoritative coverage of famous and lesser-known writers, as well as much-studied literary movements like the Harlem Renaissance, the Beat Generation and Transcendentalism.
- Author Pages: The most useful information about an author including demographic and biographical information, most viewed primary text, recent criticism, criticism over time, reference works, related audio/video and related authors.
- Literary Movement Pages: A framework for movements such as the Black Arts Movement, Dub Poetry, and Romanticism with a description and related authors, primary texts, reference works, related audio/video and recent criticism.
- Scholarly & Reference Content: Supplemental resources for deeper context and analysis. Criticism includes titles like Afro - Hispanic Review, Poets & Writers, Victorian Studies, and World Literature Today. Reference works include The Handbook of African American Literature, The Routledge Companion to Anglophone Caribbean Literature; and The Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama.
- Multimedia: Poetry comes alive through engaging video and audio content in the Poets on Screen and Poetry Archive Audio collections.
ProQuest Learning: Literature provides the following features and tools:
- Article Text to Speech
- Language Translation
- Citation Generator (MLA, APA, Turabian)
- Citation Export to NoodleTools
- Integration with Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive and Google Classroom
- Responsive design, optimized for viewing on mobile devices
- Integration with Clever.com as well as Canvas and Moodle LMS
Introduces students to key literary traditions and works
Age-appropriate literary criticism resources aid deep research and analysis
Author and literary movement pages offer a framework for research supporting classroom assignments
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