Literature Online (LION) is a great place to start.
►Results will include the full text of credible secondary sources -- journal & encyclopedia articles, excerpts from books, news articles & book reviews.
►Most results also include the full text of primary sources -- period articles, book reviews, and interviews.
►Use quotation marks around the name if results include too many unrelated sources.
• Go to the Library web page, enter your topic in the search box and GO!
►Use quotation marks to search by phrases.
►Refine search results by checking format, content, topic, etc.
►Books & articles available electronically will usually (but not always!) have a View Now button.
►Click on Availability to find print copies in Memorial Library.
►Use the Request Item Through Interlibrary Loan button to get books & articles that are not part of Memorial Library's collection. The link will automatically fill in the request form if you first log in to your interlibrary loan account.