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This guide will help you locate information on the history of Greek Theater.
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C.B. Newton Catalog

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Reserved Books

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Pingry Manual of Style


Greek Theater Slides


Reference Resources for Classical Literature

Oxford Reference
Access e-books such as The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome. 

World History--Ancient and Medieval Eras

Encyclopedic treatment of many topics of this time period.

Cambridge Histories Online

Comprehensive coverage of the ancient world.

Literary Criticism

 These databases access literary criticism from well established resources, many of which began their life in printed journals, book reviewing periodicals and similar reference resources in the field.

Literature Resource Center
Find up-to-date biographical information, overviews, full-text literary criticism and reviews on nearly 130,000 writers in all disciplines, from all time periods and from around the world.

Salem Literature 
Provides access to Critical Insights Series, literary criticism and biographical information on frequently studied authors.

Facts On File

Generally useful for encyclopedic treatment of many topics, the database contains Bloom's Literary Reference Online accessing criticism on the major authors of the world.


Gale Virtual Reference Library




World History in Context

Google Scholar


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