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I Miss the Lit!

The literature reference section seems limited in relation to medicine; the greater portion is dedicated to Shakespeare!

ShakespeareThanks for this observation. If you are not finding what you’re looking for on the reference shelf, that doesn’t mean we don’t have it. We’ve got all kinds of literature reference resources that are online only. Check out our Research Guide on literature, or do a database search for English and literature databases. We’re very excited to have added Contemporary Literary Criticism to our list of resources last year. And of course, ask at the reference desk for help, or check in with Larry Milliken, our librarian for humanities and social sciences, if you have questions.

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