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Which unique browsing options are available in Poetry and Short Story Reference Center?

The content in Poetry & Short Story Reference Center can be searched using the following browseable lists:

  • Most Studied Poems: a sub-collection of the database comprising the most studied poems both classic and contemporary, culled from the most frequently anthologized works and standard curriculum lists
  • All Poems: a browseable list of all poems appearing in the database
  • Most Studied Poets: a sub-collection of the database comprising the most studied poets, both classic and contemporary, as identified in standard curriculum lists
  • All Poets and Authors: a browseable list of all poets and authors appearing in the database
  • Short Stories: a browseable list of all short stories appearing in the database
  • Poetic Forms & Techniques: a browseable collection of poetic devices which pulls together similarly indexed poems in the Most Studied sub-collection.
  • Poem Analyses: a dedicated collection of essays reflecting on classic and contemporary poems in the Most Studied sub-collection
  • Themes: a browseable list representing various poetic themes as defined in the Most Studied sub-collection
  • Periods, Movements & Schools: a browseable list of literary styles, historical movements, and poetic philosophies which pulls together works representing specific eras, styles and characteristics