Taking a basic research approach early on may help you to start exploring facts, opinions/arguments/questions, and the relevancy and quality of sources that you discover. Each draft is an opportunity to review and sometimes replace the sources from which you draw support/evidence.
1. Older, established literature criticism and theory (library catalog: books)
5. Drafts & revisions (lots of support: research librarians & learning commons)
Assignment source guidelines
"you need to find, read, and use at least 3 secondary sources: they can be either literary criticism, sources that help you understand the social and cultural contexts for the literary texts, or literary theory that can help you establish a critical framework for your analysis." Dr. Quintana Wulf