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Jessie Ball duPont Library

English 101: Literature and Composition - Graber

Resources for student research supporting the Creative Reimagining Project

*TigerSearch*

 

Books at duPont Library

Search for books on reserve in the duPont Library

Find items on reserve for a class.  Search by professor or by the name of the course using the drop-down option below.

Need a book we don't have?

When to Use What

Use TigerSearch to:

  • Use TigerSearch to identify and locate books, video, audio and other material in our library.
  • Figure out your search terms. For example, Folk Music and Appalachia. 
  • When you find your book, look around at the books around it. You may end up finding other great resources.

Use WorldCat to:

  • Identify materials held by other libraries around the world.
  • If Sewanee doesn't own it, then you can request it through interlibrary loan. See the box below. 

Use Google Books to:

  • Search the full-text of some books. 
  • Find other sources that will be useful to your search.

WorldCat Search Box

Search for an item in libraries near you:
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Google Books Search

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