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Literature Research Guide  

UML & Online Resources for Classical, Medieval, Renaissance & Modern Literature
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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
Genres and Periods - links to portals specializing in literatures of different cultures, languages, and specific genres like Science Fiction
Biography - links to online books and websites for biographical information
Dictionaries - links to online dictionaries and encyclopedias
Writing Guide - links to sites dealing with the research & writing process; online grammars; and citation styles for formatting references in your paper.
EndNote- free software for finding, organizing, and sharing your references
Plagiarism - links to the UML Academic Dishonesty Policy and other links discussing how to avoid plagiarism.

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