There are many ways to locate books that are relevant to your research topic.
Search for books by doing a simple keyword search in Catalyst (in the search box above) and browse your results to find a few books that look relevant. Open up the record for one or more of these books and scroll down the page to look at the "Subjects." You can click on the subjects in blue to view additional related material.
Another way to find relevant books is to do a virtual browse at the very bottom of a book record in Catalyst.
A fourth strategy is to look at the bibliography of books you have already identified as useful. Authors may cite other useful books on similar topics to yours.
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A renowned collection of Latin and Greek texts with translations. It includes epic and lyric poetry, tragedy, comedy, history, travel, philosophy, and oratory, as well as medical, mathematical, and religious texts. Texts in the online Loeb Classical Library may be bookmarked, annotated, and highlighted but may not be downloaded or viewed offline. The Library has print copies of most of the volumes.
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Search for library materials, especially books, that Carleton may not have. You can include searches for articles if desired. When you find something you want, order it through ILL by clicking on the "Request item through InterLibrary Loan" link.