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.
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Here are some other books to consider for comparison and contrast:
Cannery Row by John Steinbeck
Set in Monterey at a later time, but concerning the same industry as a backdrop
The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
About internal migration of agricultural workers to California during the Great Depression
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce
Another Bildungsroman (German for "novel of education" or "novel of formation") about a young artist and his struggles. This one is set in Ireland.
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