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GERM 301: German Composition and Conversation (Schmitz-Burgard): The Basics

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Finding Books and Documents 


Cross borrowing among ARC institution (Worcester consortium: ARC card necessary, available at Dinand circulation desk.)

 Finding Articles from Databases


Reference Print Resources

  • The Oxford companion to German literature / by Henry and Mary Garland Ref PT41 .G37 1997    

  • Encyclopedia of German literature / Matthias Konzett, editor -  Ref PT91 +E53 2000  v. 1 & 2

  • Modern German literature -  Ref PT401 .D6  v. 1 & 2

  • A companion to twentieth-century German literature / Raymond Furness and Malcolm Humble – Ref PT401 .F87 1991

  • Austrian fiction writers, 1875-1913 / edited by James Hardin and Donald G. Daviau. Detroit, MI : Gale Research, c1989. Ref PN451 D54 v.81

  • Women writers of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland : an annotated bio-bibliographical guide / edited by Elke Frederiksen. New York : Greenwood Press, 1989. Ref PT167 .W66 1989


 Interlibrary Loan  

 Citation Guides and Bibliographic Management Tools

The Chicago manual of style.  15th Edition, 2003


Remote (off-campus) access to our online databases and electronic journal collection please login with your network username, class year, and password.

Academic Honesty

College of the Holy Cross Academic Honesty Policy

Understanding plagiarism : a student guide to writing your own work / Rosemarie Menager-Beeley, Lyn Paulos.  Boston : Houghton Mifflin, c2006. - PN167 .M46 2006

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