FYE 1036: Myths, Fairy Tales and Fantasy

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Background Research

Use these reference sources and books to get the background and general overview on your topic and to generate ideas for deeper research.

Tatar, M. (1987). The hard facts of the Grimms’ fairy tales. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.

Taylor, E., Grimm, W., & Grimm, J. (2009). Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Waiheke Island: The Floating Press.

Zipes, J. (2000). The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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 and check facts.

Additional Books
Children’s literature
Fairy Tales

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Background Research

Use these reference sources and books to get the background and general overview on your topic and to generate ideas for deeper research.

Tatar, M. (1987). The hard facts of the Grimms’ fairy tales. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.

Taylor, E., Grimm, W., & Grimm, J. (2009). Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Waiheke Island: The Floating Press.

Zipes, J. (2000). The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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 and check facts.

Additional Books
Children’s literature
Fairy Tales

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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 and check facts.

Books to Get You Started (print and online):

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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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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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Use the library’s databases to search for articles from newspapers, magazines, and scholarly journals. Each type of article will give you a different focus and/or level of detail on your topic.

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JSTOR

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Gives you literary criticism and overviews of literary works. If you’re researching a specific book or poem, you can search by the name of the work and the author.

Academic Search Premier
Good all-purpose database to find articles on just about any topic. Use the sidebar to sort your results by type of article (newspapers, journals, magazines).

JSTOR
Gives you scholarly articles from journals. Expect the vocabulary and discussion of the topic to be very specific and related to a particular discipline (history, literature, philosophy, etc)

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Books to Get You Started (print and online)’:
Tatar, M. (1987). [[http://library.dowling.edu/record=b1128580~S0|The hard facts of the Grimms’ fairy tales. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.

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Books to Get You Started (print and online):
Tatar, M. (1987). The hard facts of the Grimms’ fairy tales. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.

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Additional Books
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Reference Books (print and online):

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Books to Get You Started (print and online)’:
Tatar, M. (1987). [[http://library.dowling.edu/record=b1128580~S0|The hard facts of the Grimms’ fairy tales. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press.

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The Oxford encyclopedia of children’s literature
The Homer encyclopedia
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Fairy Tales

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Background Research

Use these reference sources and books to get the background and general overview on your topic and to generate ideas for deeper research.

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.

Reference Books (online and in print):
Taylor, E., Grimm, W., & Grimm, J. (2009). Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Waiheke Island: The Floating Press.

Zipes, J. (2000). The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Children’s literature
The Oxford encyclopedia of children’s literature
The Homer encyclopedia
The Continuum encyclopedia of children’s literature

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Background Research

Use these reference sources and books to get the background and general overview on your topic and to generate ideas for deeper research.

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.

Reference Books (online and in print):
Taylor, E., Grimm, W., & Grimm, J. (2009). Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Waiheke Island: The Floating Press.

Zipes, J. (2000). The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Children’s literature
The Oxford encyclopedia of children’s literature
The Homer encyclopedia
The Continuum encyclopedia of children’s literature\\

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Zipes, J. (2000). The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Taylor, E., Grimm, W., & Grimm, J. (2009). Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm. Waiheke Island: The Floating Press.

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Search the Library catalog to find books that you can check out and ebooks that you can download or read online. (See our FAQ for more info on using the ebook collection.)

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

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

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

Keyword search: “middle earth”
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). Put quotes around phrases for more accurate results.

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

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

Keyword search: “middle earth”
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). Put quotes around phrases for more accurate results.

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

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

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

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Web Activity

Medusa in Myth and Literature
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Journals

Search the Journal Locator for online availability of specific journals.

  • Children’s Literature
  • Marvels & Tales: Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies
  • Folklore
  • Literature film quarterly
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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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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.

Search for your topic: (:html:) <form action=“http://0-www.credoreference.com.library.dowling.edu/search.do” method=“get”> <input type=“hidden” name=“view” value=“facet”/> <label for=“query”>Search</label> <input type=“text” name=“query” value=“” size=“15″/> <input type=“image” border=“0″ name=“Submit” value=“search” src=“http://www.credoreference.com/images/search.gif69″ height=“23″> </form>

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Reference Books (online and in print):

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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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Subject Search: Mythology, Greek
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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
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World War One

Iraq 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”

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Subject Headings:
Fairy Tales
Tales
Carroll, Lewis
Greek Mythology

Title:
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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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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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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