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Literature Research Guide  

UML & Online Resources for Classical, Medieval, Renaissance & Modern Literature
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When's the last time you had a hot date with Gilgamesh or a guy called Red?

Invitation to World Literature is the place to meet up with these guys and others through drama, epic poetry, and novels from many times and cultures. 13 half-hour videos form the centerpiece of the project, and feature a mix of performers with personal connections to world literature, from Philip Glass to Alan Cumming.

 

Overview of Literature Resources

This guide is divided into a number of tabs under which you will find both UML and general web resources relevant to Literature.


Books - links to the UML & BLC Catalog and online books in Literature

Articles - links to indexes that you search to find articles

Biography - links to online books and websites for biographical information

Dictionaries - links to online dictionaries and encyclopedias

Plagiarism - links to the UML Academic Dishonesty Policy and other links discussing how to avoid plagiarism.

Style Sheets - links to Cambridge, MLA and Turabian styles for formatting references in you paper.

Websites - links to foreign language and literature websites

Women Writers - links to information on women writers

Writing Guides - links to sites dealing with the research & writing process; online grammars; thesauri & Dictionaries.

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