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Locating Books in the Library
When starting to look for books in the library using the online catalog, it is best to start with a key word or phrase to describe your topic or question. This can be a descriptive word or phrase, a person's name, or a theory or philosophy. Once you identify some relevant information on your topic, use titles, subject headings, and authors to search for additional relevant content.
Biblioteca Italiana Zanichelli (BIZ)
From Francis of Assisi to Gabriele d'Annunzio, from Giacomo da Lentini to Dino Campana, from Dante to Grazia Deledda, this resource contains complete texts from the beginnings of Italian literature to the early decades of the twentieth century. Includes more than 1,000 works of Italian literature by approximately 250 authors. Coverage: To early 1900's; contains primary sources. Some full text. Limit to 3 simultaneous users.
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