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Can anyone recommend a literary database that is easy to understand and is easy to 
use and contains literature studied at the high school level?
We subscribed to EBSCO Literary Reference Center last year. I think it's great but, 
some of our English teachers think it is too hard for the students to use and 
understand. Personally I think if a student is reading high school level literature 
then he/she should be able to understand literary criticism written of that book 
but, apparently the English teachers and I don't agree, or they are caving in to 
the students' complaints.
I will post a HIT is there is interest. Thank you.*************************** 
Juliann T. Moskowitz Library Media Specialist Norwalk High School Norwalk, CT 06851  To be involved with books is to live at the heart of light. 
~Mary Cantwell, author (1930-2000) 

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