You can identify many literary sources available in the CU Libraries and in libraries around the world in library catalogs, including original literary works, edited editions of an author’s work, literary criticism, and bibliographies.
To find material on a certain topic, start with a keyword search on the topic, thinking of synonyms for your search terms, e.g. works and Werke.
Two useful strategies to use in keyword searches are:
Once you have found a useful item, look at the full record and take note of the terms listed under “subject.” Click on relevant links to find related materials.
Subject terms can cover a topic, author, genre, era, etc. Some that you might find useful to use in a keyword or subject search alone or in combination include: