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Literary Research Guide: Journal Locator

This LibGuide offers tips and suggestions on researching authors, novels, poetry, and other literary topics.

Journal Locator

Using the Journal Locator, you can look up a journal by title and the Journal Locator will tell you which online research service contains full-text articles from it.

Let's say you need to read a story or essay from The Paris Review, one of the most highly-regarded literary journals. Here's how to proceed.

  • Click on the link in the left-hand column of this page named Find Journals by Title.  Or locate Find Journal Titles on the Library's homepage. Or try using the Journal Locator Quicksearch form just below.
  • When the Journal Locator opens, type in The Paris Review.
  • When the search results are displayed, you'll see a list of online services that contain full-text issues, such as Literature Online or ProQuest Research Library. In this case, The Paris Review is also part of Piedmont College Libraries' print holdings, so you will find that information listed as well.
  • Click on the name of a database and it will open with the journal preselected for searching or browsing.

Locate the Full-text Journals Available


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