I like this for outlining the process of finding scholarly sources. However, and perhaps this is my background as more of a cultural historian more than a literary scholar speaking, I think you need to at least mention the possibility of primary sources, or other resources beyond scholarly articles. Documents focused on cultural context, the critical reception of literature, an author’s life & other writings, historical events represented in literature, etc. all are potential areas of literary scholarship. This piece is too weighted toward finding scholarly readings rather than other modes of research – I don’t imagine you’d need to rewrite what you’ve got here, but just add a couple of paragraphs up front as to what other types & uses for sources might be in play.