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FYS: Shakespearean Temper (Ries): Shakespeare Resources

This guide is for use by students in the first-year seminar class FYS 102 taught by Rebecca Ries.

Shakespeare Resources

Use the WorldCat Discovery Box to begin your search.  You will find this box in the center of the Butler Libraries' homepage ( This box allows you to search for holdings in the Butler Libraries and beyond and also searches the citations from select online subscription databases.

Once you have the results from your initial search, you can use the limiters on the left-hand side of the screen to narrow your results by database (including peer-reviewed articles!), online availability, format, or other useful criteria.

The Advanced Search mode will allow you to search for terms in specific fields (e.g., author, title, subject, etc.), select specific databases to search, and also limit by library (or library group), publication date range, and format.

Find books, articles, media, and more at Butler and beyond

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For electronic book holdings specifically, go to this link:  E-Books

If you'd ever like to "browse" the book stacks, the call number range for Shakespeare is: 




Find DVDs owned by the Butler Libraries by searching via the WorldCat Discovery Search Box on the Library homepage. (Be sure to select:  DVD under the Format limiter on the left-hand side of the initial search results page!)

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