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ENGL 201G: British Literature

Library Books & Reference Books

SpartaCat-The NCC Library Catalog  

 To find books containing essays on your author's works, use SpartaCat to search the author's name as Subject . The catalog will point you to items that you can borrow from the Stacks, as well as items available from our Reference area. 

 

Books

  • Twelfth night: New critical essays, PR2837 .T95 2011
  • Shakespeare: A beginner's guide, PR2976 .K56 2011
  • Women in the age of Shakespeare, PR2991 .K46 2010
  • Readings on Othello, PR2829 .R38 2000
  • Othello: New critical essays, PR2829 .O855 2002

Reference Books

  • Shakespeare for students: Critical interpretations of Shakespeare's plays and poetry, PR2987 .S474 2007
  • Shakespeare's characters for students, PR2989 .S53 1997
  • Shakespearian criticism: Excerpts from the criticism of William Shakespeare's plays and poetry, from the first published appraisals to current evaluations, PR2965 .S43 1984

 

 

Library eBooks & Websites

Library eBooks

Websites

Internet Public Library (ipl2) Literary Criticism collection

Contains critical and biographical websites about authors and their works that can be browsed by author, by title, or by nationality and literary period.

Early Modern Literary Studies 

A refereed journal examining English literature, literary culture and language during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Shakespeare and His Critics 

Comprises historical and modern documents related to Shakespeare and Renaissance drama.

 

Request Items from the Library's Physical Collections

Our Library to Go and Library to Go PLUS service for students, faculty, and staff lets you request items from our physical collections for UPS delivery or campus pickup. Portions of library materials may be scanned for email delivery. 

Search SpartaCat or work with a librarian to find items. Once you know which items you need, submit your request.