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ENGL 2631: Women's Literature

Tertiary Sources

A tertiary source can be any source that you use to gain a general overview or summary of an artistic work, a person, a historical event, or a topic.

Examples of sources that scholars commonly use as tertiary sources are:

  • encyclopedia articles
  • dictionary definitions
  • handbook entries

Places to find tertiary sources include: