Periodical and Newspaper CollectionsMajor Full-Text Resources--Rutgers RestrictedRelated Image, Sound & Text Databases
Literary HistoriesBiographical SourcesBook Review SourcesCompanions, EncyclopediasPrimary BibliographiesDictionariesGuides to Manuscripts
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Literatures in English: A Research Guide  

A guide to print and digital resources for research in English language literatures
Last Updated: Jun 17, 2015 URL: http://libguides.rutgers.edu/english Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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A list of new acquisitions in English and American Literature and related fields.

 

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Rutgers Libraries and Literary Research

  • Alexander Library--largest literature collection, supporting PhD program in English
  • Dana Library--supports Master's level program in English
  • Robeson Library--supports Master's level program in English
  • Douglass Library--major library for women's study, music, theater, dance, and media
  • Art Library--art history and the intersection of literature and the visual arts
  • Special Collections & University Archives--includes rare book and manuscript collections (featuring substantial collections of Milton, Defoe, De la Mare and others)

This guide links to proprietary databases available only to current Rutgers faculty, students, and staff via remote access but also to a selection of digital resources freely available on the web.

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