The DISCOVER tool allows you to search multiple databases and the library catalog all at once. (You can try it out in the search box above.)
Things you should know:
You will probably get better results searching a specific database, which can be found in the "Browse by Subject" link or through the "Databases A-Z" index, if you know the name of the database.
Hot tip: Use the Advanced Search Option. that will give you three places to put search terms. Use one for your author, one for the title if the work, and an extra for a theme keyword or simply the term criticism. LIMIT the disciple to Literature and Writing.
Newspapers can be found using the Discover Tool and limiting to source type: news. You can also go directly to the two specialized news databases below.
If you need instructions on using a particular database, you may find a video tutorial produced by GSU librarians on this page. Tutorials Research Guide.
Pay particular attention to:
Gale Literary Sources (formerly Artemis)
Discover for literary sources
Hot tip for all databases: Using Advanced Search in most cases gives you more options and control of the search.
Remember that general purpose databases have many journals related to literature.