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The entries cover topics and persons in major areas of popular culture. Readers will gain perspective on the cultural context in which the topic or person has importance. Use the far right search box to search within this publication.
This specialized encyclopedia (like a scholarly Wikipedia) lets you look up a particular Greek or Roman myth and discover the ways it has passed into the cultural memory of Europe. Be sure to check out the cited references at the end for more sources.
This is a disciplinary database that provides scholarly articles, books, and more on language and literature, including folklore. The sources in this database can also be found through Library Search, but sometimes it is helpful to limit the scope of your search down to a specific discipline. You can also use more powerful search tools like a subject search.
RefWorks is an easy tool that helps you gather citations directory from library databases and then creates in-text citations and works cited directly in your paper. The Google Docs add on is the easiest to use. This guide links you to RefWorks and teaches you how to use it.