Library databases are online collections of information, organized for research. Databases contain articles, eBooks, images, maps, primary sources and more. Start your research with these general databases, available from any Denver Public Library or from home with a Denver Public Library Card.
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Literary Criticism eBooks Download an eBook to your computer or smartphone. Includes CliffsNotes.
Explora High School Look up topic overviews, magazine and academic journal articles, facts and primary sources for research papers, class projects or homework. Get information from trustworthy sources that you can cite in your papers. Designed with students and educators in mind.
NoveList Plus NoveList Plus answers the question: What should I read next? Search by favorite author, title or series and find similar books.
Gale eBooks (formerly Gale Virtual Reference Library) Encyclopedias about the arts, biography, country studies, history, law, literature, religion, science, and social science.
Other Online Resources
Crash Course YouTube Channel: Literature John Green teaches you literature!
Poetry 180 A Poem a Day for American High School Students.
Sparknotes Created by a group of students at Harvard University, this site has study guides, reference tools, and classic books online - all free!
CliffsNotes: Literature Includes over 200 free “Literature Notes.”
Writing Skills Tips on writing essays, book reports and research papers.
Purdue Online Writing Lab Resources for the writing process, grammar, punctuation and more.