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Use the button to borrow books from other Rutgers libraries.
Use the button to obtain articles that you cannot find at Dana or in electronic form.
How to Get a Book That Is Not at Dana
1. Search your book title in QuickSearch (or use QuickSearch box above). (You can also use ADVANCED SEARCH and limit to Resource Type BOOKS--or use BROWSE search by TITLE to get fast results.) Sign in with your Net ID and password for full access (2 clicks). Use the Request link under FIND IN LIBRARY in the record to borrow a book from another Rutgers library.
2. Book not at Rutgers? Go to E-ZBorrow (PALCI) and sign in with your Net ID.
3. Book not in E-ZBorrow (PALCI)? Go to UBorrow and sign in with your Net ID.
4. Book not in UBorrow? Go to ILLIAD and sign in with your Net ID. Use the ILL book request.
Religion and literature and Russia -- WORDS anywhere (This is a keyword search.)
Simmel Georg -- WORDS anywhere (This is a keyword search. Simmel is a sociologist who discussed metropolitanism.)
Chernyshevsky-- WORDS anywhere (This is a keyword search.)
Narration (Rhetoric) and novel -- WORDS anywhere
Nihilism -- SUBJECT keyword
Outsiders in literature -- SUBJECT keyword
Heroes in literature -- SUBJECT keyword
Love Psychological aspects -- SUBJECT keyword
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Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881 criticism and interpretation -- SUBJECT begins with (Note that this is the author's name as a subject. This way you find items about the author.)
Boredom in literature-- SUBJECT begins with
Russian fiction--19th century--History and criticism-- SUBJECT begins with
Nineteenth-Century Literature-- PERIODICAL TITLE begins with
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