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English and American Literature: Books/E-Books

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Interlibrary Loan

Books and other material not held by the University of Delaware Library may be obtained through Interlibrary Loan. This service is available to UD faculty, students and staff.

Find Books and E-Books by Searching DELCAT Discovery

Search University of Delaware Library and libraries worldwide, for books, articles, DVDs and more.
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Search Tips

  • Place quotation marks around keyword phrases (e.g.,"concrete poetry" or "review of english studies").
  • It is important to click either "View all formats and languages" or "View all editions" to obtain complete information about library holdings. Both links connect to the same page.
  • Capitalize Boolean logic connectors (AND, OR) (e.g., narrative OR plot).
  • Type ti= if you know the exact title (ti=color purple).
  • Type au:, su: or ti: before your keywords to specify author, subject or title words (e.g., au: walker, alice).
  • A title search in DELCAT Discovery identifies words in chapter titles and works of literature published in anthologies, so examine the full descriptions of the items retrieved.

UD items appear at or near the top of the results display.

Selected UD E-Book Collections

From Off Campus

Most Library online resources can be accessed from off campus by current UD faculty, staff, and students. When using links on these pages, you may be prompted for your UDelNetID and password. Please report any issues you encounter while accessing Library databases, e-journals, or e-books.

Recommendation for Purchase

The Library welcomes suggestions for books, journals, videos and other materials for the collections. Please use the Recommendation for Purchase form to send your suggestions.

Subject Librarian

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Aimee Gee
Contact:
English & American Literature Librarian
Reference & Instructional Services Dept.
(302) 831-6159

Email me to schedule a meeting or visit me at the reference desk.

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