Classics of Western Literature
Selected Call Numbers
Call numbers are the shelving locations for each item. Browsing in the following areas of the library will help you find materials for your topic.
|Greek/Roman Mythology||BL 782-820|
Selected Subject Headings
Subject headings are selected terms to represent a topic. Searching subject headings in the library catalog will bring the most complete list of results. Below are some example subject headings. More subject headings can be located in the red books at the reference desk.
- Literature and history
- Literature and folklore
- Literature and mythology
- Greek drama (Tragedy)
- Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321
- Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
- Milton, John, 1608-1674
Selected Materials at the Von Canon Library
Below are some selected materials in the library with their shelving locations. Browsing in the listed areas of the library will help you find more materials for your topic.
|Tragedy, the Greeks, and Us||BH 301 .T7 C75 2019|
|Helping Friends and Harming Enemies||PA 4417 .B54 1989|
|A Commentary on Vergil||PA 6825 .H493 2017|
|The Heroine in Western Literature||PN 56.5 .W46 P69 1991|
|How the Classics made Shakespeare||PR 2894 .B38 2019|
|Thinking with Literature||PN 81 .C398 2016|
|Milton in the Long Restoration||PR 3587.3 .M55 2016|
|The Cambridge Introduction to Milton||PR 3588 .D53 2012|
|How Dante Can Save Your Life||PQ 4330 .D74 2015|
|Dante: The Story of his Life||PQ 4339 .S2613 2016|
|What We Talk About When We Talk About Books||Z 1003 .P9 2019|
Selected Research Databases
Selected Journals and Magazines
The following journals supply articles to the library’s databases. YOu can see if a specific journal supplies articles to our databases by searching the journal title on the library journal page.
- Journal of Hellenic Religion
- Proceedings of the Virgil Society
- Dante Studies
- Annual Reports of the Dante Society
- Shakespeare Quarterly
- Shakespeare Studies
- Milton Quarterly
- Milton Review
Selected Websites and Digital Archives
The following websites are librarian-evaluated to provide trustworthy information for your topic. They include digitized collections connected to your topic.