Your first stop to find books and e-books is our library catalogue.
The catalogue will tell you:
To only see e-books in your search results, choose ‘Refine your search options’ (may display as + on some devices) then choose ‘Internet’ under ‘Library Location’.
When you’re connecting to an e-book you may need to log into OpenAthens before you can open it.
Encyclopaedias, dictionaries, handbooks and other reference sources can help you find your way into your assignment reading or research. They're also great if you need a quick definition or an overview of a subject.
Many of these sources are in our Reference section on level 1 of the library.
Links and search boxes for our key online reference sources are available below. If you are not on campus, you may need to sign in to OpenAthens to use these resources.
|Theatre and stagecraft||792
|Drama - literary theory and criticism||808.2
|Plays and criticism (English Literature)||812
|Ancient Greek drama||872|
|Ancient Roman drama||882|
Playscripts and criticism for literature of other languages can be found at 832, 842, 852 etc.