FYE 1036: Myths, Fairy Tales and Fantasy

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US State Dept Country Reports on Terrorism

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US State Dept Country Reports on Terrorism
US State Dept Country Profiles on Religious Freedom

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Web Sites

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(:includeurl http://www.dowling.edu/library/database/newtest/wikisubject.asp?ID=29 :)

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Two others to try for this class are:
Literature Resource Center
JSTOR

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The two database search boxes below are for general interest databases that provide both full-text and abstracted articles in a broad range of topics, including business, social sciences, arts, humanities, education, literature, and political science.

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Use the library’s databases to search for articles from newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals. Academic Search Premier is a good place to start as it covers a wide variety of topics and contains a lot of full text.

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The Homer encyclopedia\\\

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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek\\

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Subject search: Mythology, Greek\\

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finds any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress (so it’s Mythology, Greek not Greek Mythology’\\\

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finds any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress (so it’s Mythology, Greek not Greek Mythology)\\\

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finds any book with that word in the title\\\

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finds any book with that word in the title (a quick way to find out if your topic has been covered in books)\\\

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finds your keywords anywhere in the catalog description of the book\\\

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finds your keywords anywhere in the catalog description of the book (usually this search is the broadest as it will pick up even minor mentions of your topic)\\\

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These searches will show you some of the books we have on these subjects:

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You can search for books in the library in a number of ways:

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Reference Books:

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Credo Reference
Credo is a database made up of hundreds of encyclopedias and reference sources. It’s a great first stop to help you define and understand your topic.

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Reference Books (online and in print):

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Keyword search: “middle earth”\\

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Keyword search: “middle earth”\\

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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek \\ finds any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress.

Title search: Homer \\finds any book with that word in the title

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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek
finds any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress.

Title search: Homer
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Keyword search: “middle earth”\\

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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek\\ finds any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress
Title search: Homer\\finds any book with that word in the title
Keyword search: “middle earth”\\

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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek \\ finds any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress.

Title search: Homer \\finds any book with that word in the title

Keyword search: “middle earth” \\

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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek finds any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress
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Keyword search: “middle earth”\\\

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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek\\ finds any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress
Title search: Homer\\finds any book with that word in the title
Keyword search: “middle earth”
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Keyword search:

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Keyword search: “Alice in Wonderland”\\\

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Keyword search: “middle earth”\\\

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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek
World War One

Iraq War

You can also search specific keywords for more. Make sure you put unique phrases in quotes like “Persian Gulf War”

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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek finds any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress
Title search: Homer finds any book with that word in the title
Keyword search: “Alice in Wonderland”

Think about the ways you could describe your topic and try searching by those keywords in the library catalog.

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Mythology, Greek

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Mythology, Greek

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Subject Headings:
Fairy Tales
Tales
Carroll, Lewis
Greek Mythology

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Alice’s adventures in Wonderland

Author Search:
Carroll, Lewis

Books:
Breaking the angelic image : woman power in Victorian children’s fantasy
Inventing wonderland : the lives and fantasies of Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, J.M. Barrie, Kenneth Grahame, and A.A. Milne
The annotated Alice; Alice’s adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking glass
Secret gardens : a study of the golden age of children’s literature

E-books:
Forms of astonishment: Greek myths of metamorphosis
Hogwarts and all: gothic perspectives on children’s literature
Alternative worlds in fantasy fiction
Fabulous creatures, mythical monsters,and animal power symbols: a handbook
The making of the Alice books : Lewis Carroll’s uses of earlier children’s literature\\

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These searches will show you some of the books we have on these subjects:

Mythology, Greek

World War One

Iraq War

You can also search specific keywords for more. Make sure you put unique phrases in quotes like “Persian Gulf War” (:html:) <form class=“unpadded” action=“http://library.dowling.edu/search/” method=“get” name=“search” id=“search” style=“border:0;”> <select name=“searchtype”> <option value=“X” selected=“selected”>Keyword</option> <option value=“t”>Title</option> <option value=“a”>Author</option> <option value=“d”>Subject</option> <option value=“c”>Call Number</option> </select>

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Hogwarts and all: Gothic perspectives on children’s literature

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Hogwarts and all: gothic perspectives on children’s literature

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Fabulous creatures, mythical monsters,and animal power symbols: a handbook\\

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Forms of astonishment: Greek myths of metamorphosis\\

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Children’s literature : a reader’s history, from Aesop to Harry Potter\\

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Hogwarts and all: Gothic perspectives on children’s literature\\

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From Alice to Harry Potter: children’s fantasy in England\\

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Fairy Tales
Tales
Carroll, Lewis
Greek Mythology

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Fairy Tales
Tales
Carroll, Lewis
Greek Mythology

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Alice’s adventures in Wonderland

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Alice’s adventures in Wonderland

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Carroll, Lewis

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Carroll, Lewis

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Breaking the angelic image : woman power in Victorian children’s fantasy
Inventing wonderland : the lives and fantasies of Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, J.M. Barrie, Kenneth Grahame, and A.A. Milne
The annotated Alice; Alice’s adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking glass
Secret gardens : a study of the golden age of children’s literature

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Breaking the angelic image : woman power in Victorian children’s fantasy
Inventing wonderland : the lives and fantasies of Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, J.M. Barrie, Kenneth Grahame, and A.A. Milne
The annotated Alice; Alice’s adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking glass
Secret gardens : a study of the golden age of children’s literature

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From Alice to Harry Potter: children’s fantasy in England
Children’s literature : a reader’s history, from Aesop to Harry Potter
Alternative worlds in fantasy fiction
The making of the Alice books : Lewis Carroll’s uses of earlier children’s literature\\

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From Alice to Harry Potter: children’s fantasy in England
Children’s literature : a reader’s history, from Aesop to Harry Potter
Alternative worlds in fantasy fiction
The making of the Alice books : Lewis Carroll’s uses of earlier children’s literature\\

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