The link above will take you to the Gale Virtual Reference Library. Once you are logged in, click on "Literature" and you will find the Novels for Students set. You can either use the search box to search within the collection, or you can click on volume 16 and go to the cumulative title/author index--it shows everything included in all 16 volumes.
Be sure to check out the ECV Library's extensive collection of print material related to literary history. For information on social movements, features of particular eras/chronological time periods, and literature's societal role, these are particularly good sources (you will find them on the cart of books we have pulled for this project):
Literature and Its Times - 5 volume set
These books take an in-depth look at individual works of literature. Each article includes information about the time period when the novel was written, how the work fits into a larger literary and social context, and information about the author. There are also excellent examples of literary criticism for each work included in the collection. (Also available as eBooks--see link above).
For those wanting in-depth essays about specific literary movements, we have books on:
If you search the Online Library Catalog for ECV, you will find many additional books about literature and literary history.