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Shakespeare: Shakespeare


Shakespeare Resources

Butler Libraries use the Library of Congress classification system. Shakespeare falls within the English Renaissance (1500-1640) call number range: 

PR 2199 - PR 3195

To Find Works Written by Shakespeare:

Use WorldCat Discovery (box below). Search by title. Use the limiters on the left to restrict results by author, or use this search string (au:Shakespeare). Many of these texts are available in print and as eBooks. 

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Annual Butler Trip to England

Dr. Walsh sponsors a two-week summer study abroad tour in England that takes place in the middle of May every other year. The cities students visit include Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath, and London.

Students are able to experience the rich plays of Shakespeare performed by talented and famous actors and actresses in venues like the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and the historic London Globe Theatre. 

This trip is open to all students regardless of major and has no prerequisites. If you are interested feel free to check out Dr. Walsh's blog or contact him directly.

Questions? Ask Butler Libraries!

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For immediate assistance, chat with the Information Commons desk:

To contact the librarian that supports the discipline or subject area covered by this LibGuide, email Sally Neal, Associate Dean for Instruction and User Services,

Irwin Library's regular semester hours are:

Sunday 10:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Monday-Thursday 7:30 AM - 1:00 AM
Friday 7:30 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 Noon - 8:00 PM

Check the Library's website for holiday and break hours.

Text us: (317) 758-3551


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CAT: 317-940-8575

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