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Literature of Adolescence - 34398 - ENGL 3115 - AA

Where are the Books?

Stop by the Circulation Desk, Reference Desk or consult our LIBRARY MAPS


Search for Online Journals

Using Interlibrary Loan

Request a book or journal article from another library Interlibrary loan is a service that allows you to request books, journal articles and other circulating materials from academic and research libraries. SHU University Libraries belongs to two consortia, OCLC and PALCI. We use OLC for our journal requests and PALCI for most book requests. What does this mean for you?

Happily our book and article requests are now combined on one single page.

  • You will first need to select whether you are looking for a book or an article. 
  • The "BOOK" option will take you to EZ Borrow (Palci), which you log in to using the number on the back of your SHU ID. 
  • The "ARTICLE" option will take you to our new Interlibrary loan Service ILLiad, which you access through your PirateNet ID and password.  The first time you use it, you will need to create an account.  Once you have created an account, you can use the "LinkSource" button on many databases to automatically populate the request form.



Search the Catalog

Gale LIterary Databases

Literary Criticism and Biography Databases  is a portal. There is a drop-down bar that allows you to select which of the following databases you wish to search (you can also search all):
Shakespearean Criticism (SC)
Dictionary of Literary Biography Documentary Series (DLBDS)
Dictionary of Literary Biography Main Series (DLB)
Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook Series (DLBYB)
Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800 (LC)

Literature Resource Center

Literature Resource Center provides access to biographies, bibliographies, and critical analyses of authors from every age and literary discipline. The Literature Resource Center covers more than 120,000 novelists, poets, essayists, journalists, and other writers, with in-depth coverage of 2,500 of the most-studied authors.