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English Research Guide: Fairy Tales

This online guide contains helpful resources and tips to assist students taking English courses at LaGrange College with easier access to the library's materials.

Once upon a time...

Once upon a time, there were students at LaGrange College who were studying Fairy Tales under the supervision of Dr. Patti Marchesi. They needed some help finding resources for their projects and research papers, so their Fairy Godmother (librarian) prepared a webpage for the class on which they could see, meticulously laid out for them, links and resources to prepare them for their journey through academia and (hopefully) on to an "A" for their course.

Please have a look around at what your Fairy Godmother, Lindsey Lowry, has provided here.

 

Rapunzel's Recommended Reference Books

Databases from a (not so) distant land

Citation Manuals

E-books

Here are some suggested e-books that might have just what you are looking for! Remember, this is just a selection. There are many more waiting for you! Click on the link below to access the E-brary Academic Complete Catalog!

Survey

Search the Catalog!

Lewis Library Online Catalog

 

 

Remember to limit your location to E-BOOKS for electronic books or STACKS for print books on the shelf.

E-books

Search our EBrary collection at the link below!

Bippity, Boppity, Books!

Dr. Marchesi's Reserve Books

CREDO

Use Credo and GALE Virtual Reference Library to find foundational information about any subject.

Purdue Owl Web Resource

During your library instruction sessions, we have often mentioned using Purdue Owl to help with formatting and citing in MLA style. The Purdue OWL website is a great resource for learning those formatting rules. Click below!

Should I cite it?

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