Plagiarism is a form of cheating which may lower the grade you receive on your writing assignment. You must cite the source of any direct quotation and any facts or ideas you obtained from a source other than yourself. For more information about how to avoid plagiarism, please see this brief video from Bainbridge College in YouTube: Plagiarism: How to Avoid It (www.youtube.com/watch?v=2q0NlWcTq1Y).
For tips on citation format, please see MLA Formatting and Style courtesy of the OWL: Purdue Online Writing Lab (owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01).
Reference books are shelved by Library of Congress call number in the reference stacks on the first floor of the Ruth Haas Library. To learn about LC call numbers, please watch the brief video Reading a Call Number in YouTube (courtesy of the Douglas College Library). Reference books may not be checked out, but photocopiers are available for student use on the first and third floors of the Haas Library.
|International Dictionary of Theatre. 3 volumes.||Ref PN 2035.I49|
|Cambridge Guide to Theatre||Ref PN 2035.C27 1995|
|The Drama Dictionary||Ref PN 1625.H64 1988|
|The Elizabethan Stage. 4 volumes.||Ref PN 2589.C4|
|Oxford Companion to the Theatre. 4th edition.||Ref PN 2035.H3 1983|
|The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance. 2 volumes.||Ref PN 2035.O94 2003|
|All Things Shakespeare: An Encyclopedia of Shakespeare's World. 2 volumes.||Ref PR 2892.O56 2002|
|A Companion to Shakespeare and Performance||Ref PR 3091.C64 2005|
|A Companion to Shakespeare's Works. 4 volumes.||Ref PR 2976.C572 2003|
|Critical Companion to William Shakespeare. 2 volumes.||Ref PR 2892.B69 2005|
|Greenwood Companion to Shakespeare. 4 volumes.||Ref PR 2976.G739 2005|
|Music from the Age of Shakespeare: A Cultural History||Ref ML 286.2.L67 2003|
|New Century Shakespeare Handbook||Ref PR 2892.C4|
|The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare||Ref PR 2892.O94 2001|
|The Plays of Shakespeare: A Thematic Guide||Ref PR 2987.C28 2001|
|Reader's Encyclopedia of Shakespeare||Ref PR 2892.C3|
|Shakespeare: A Study and Research Guide||Ref PR 2894.B44 1995|
|Shakespeare A-Z||Ref PR 2892.B69 1990|
|Shakespeare for Students. 3 volumes.||Ref PR 2987.S47 2007|
|Shakespeare's World and Work. 3 volumes.||Ref PR 2892.S56 2001|
|Complete Systematic Concordance to the Works of Shakespeare (Spevack) 6 volumes.||Ref Ref PR 2892.S6|
|Dictionary of Quotations from Shakespeare||Ref PR 2892.S4177 1992|
|Dictionary of Shakespeare (McConnell)||Ref PR 2892.M27 2000|
|A Dictionary of Shakespeare (Wells)||Ref PR 2892.W43 2005|
|A Glossary of Shakespeare's Sexual Language||Ref 2892.W55 1997|
|Harvard Concordance to Shakespeare||Ref PR 2892.S61|
|Pronouncing Dictionary of Shakespearean Proper Names||Ref PR 3081.I65 1994|
|Pronouncing Shakespeare's Words: A Guide from A to Zounds||Ref PR 3081.C87 1998|
|Shakespearean Language: A Guide for Actors and Students||Ref PR 3072.O34 2002|
|A Shakespeare Glossary (Onions)||Ref PR 2892.O6 1986|
|Shakespeare Lexicon. 2 volumes.||Ref 2892.S4|
|Shakespeare Name Dictionary||Ref PR 2892.D33 1995|
|Shakespeare Well-Versed: A Rhyming Guide to All His Plays||Ref PR 2976.M765 2004|
|Shakespeare's Books: A Dictionary of Shakespeare's Sources||Ref PR 2892.G55 2004|
|Shakespeare's Language: A Glossay of Unfamiliar Words.... Second edition.||Ref PR 2892.S447 2008|
|Shakespeare's Theatre: A Dictionary of His Stage Context||Ref PR 3095.R53 2002|
|Shakespeare's Words: A Glossary & Language Companion||Ref PR 2892.C78 2002|
|British Writers (see volume 1)||Ref PR 85.B688 1979|
|Notable Poets (see volume 3)||Ref PN 1021.N68 1998|
|Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620: A Biographical Dictionary||Ref CT 759.R46 2001|
|William Shakespeare: A Documentary Volume||Ref PR 2893.W55 2002|
|World Poets (see volume 3)||Ref PN 1021.W67 2000|
|Shakespearean Criticism||Available in Literature Criticism Online|
|Critical Survey of Drama. Second revised edition (see volume 6).||Ref PN 1625.C68 2003|
|Essential Shakespeare: An Annotated Bibliography of Major Modern Studies||Ref PR 2894.C53 1993|
|New Moulton's Library of Literary Criticism (volume 2 covers Shakespeare)||Ref PR 85.N39 1985|
|Shakespeare Index: An Annotated Bibliography of Critical Articles: 1959-1983||Ref PR 2894.S25 1992|
|Shakespeare: The Critical Heritage. 4 volumes.||Ref PR 2976.V5|
|Shakespeare the Playwright: A Companion...||Ref PR 2976.C27 1991|
|Poetry Criticism||Available in Literature Criticism Online|
|A Companion to Shakespeare's Sonnets||Ref PR 2848.C66 2007|
|Critical Survey of Poetry. Fourth edition (see volume 2, part 3).||Ref PN 1021.C74 2003|
|Essential Shakespeare: An Annotated Bibliography of Major Modern Studies (see p. 121)||Ref PR 2894.C53 1993|
|New Moulton's Library of Literary Criticism (see volume 2, p. 1009)||Ref PR 85.N39 1985|
CONSULS catalog workstations are located in the Reference Area on the first floor, and on each of the other floors of the Haas Library. You may logon to CONSULS via the WCSU Libraries Homepage at library.wcsu.edu or directly at www.consuls.org. For more detailed instructions on searching, please see the yellow CONSULS flyer on the display rack on the first floor.
Please Note: CONSULS ignores upper and lower case and you may omit punctuation, except the hyphen which must be replaced by a space.
If your TITLE search does not retrieve an entry for a separately published edition of the work, select the Words Search option to re-execute the search as a Keywords search, then scan the CONTENTS field of each entry for the title of the work you need.
To limit search results to items owned by WCSU, click on Limit/Sort, then select WCSU under "Where Item Is Located."
CONSULS will display a list of Library of Congress subject headings that begin with the writer's name:
PLEASE NOTE: Personal name headings may also be subdivided by the titles of individual works:
Use the * (asterisk) as a truncation symbol to retrieve variant forms of a word root. Use the Boolean OR to expand your search by including synonyms and related terms. When using two different Boolean commands in the same search statement ("and " and "or" in the preceding examples) you must include parentheses to indicate which command is to be performed first.
There is a limit of ten (10) Inter-Campus Loan requests per person. Videos are available via Inter-Campus Loan. Please allow 3-4 days for delivery to the Circulation Desk at the Haas Library. Items borrowed via Inter-Campus Loan may be renewed for another borrowing period if no one has placed a HOLD on the item.
To learn how to distinguish scholarly (peer-reviewed) journals from magazines, please see the brief YouTube tutorial Popular Magazines vs Scholarly Journals, courtesy of the library at the University of Detroit-Mercy.
To find out if WCSU subscribes to a specific periodical in print or online:
1. Select Journal Title at the CONSULS main menu, then type the name of the periodical (example: shakespeare quarterly) and press ENTER. If a title list appears on the screen, select the desired title, then look inside the box to find WCSU holdings. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the page to see if WCSU owns backfiles on microfilm or microfiche.
2. To find out if a given periodical is available in full-text in one or more of WCSU's online databases, search the title of the publication (example: shakespeare studies) in the Journal Finder available under Articles & Databases on the WCSU Libraries Homepage (library.wcsu.edu).
If the CSU Libraries do not own the book you need, or if WCSU does not subscribe to the periodical you need, you may request delivery of the item via Interlibrary Loan using the online ILLiad system available at: libguides.wcsu.edu/ill.
There is a limit of 5 Interlibrary Loan requests per person per day. Videos are not available via Interlibrary Loan. Under most circumstances, Interlibrary Loan is a free service, but please allow at least ten working days for delivery. You will be notified as soon as the material arrives. Faster document delivery service is available for a reasonable fee. Please phone the Interlibrary Loan Desk at (203) 837-9114 for more information.
The Reference service is available on the first floor of the Haas Library, or you may contact Joan Reitz, Instruction Librarian, at 837-8308 or email@example.com. My office is in Room 402 (near the glass elevator) on the fourth floor of the Haas Library.