Cambridge Companions Online now at Loyola

The Monroe Library has just subscribed to a series of electronic books, the Cambridge Companions Online.

The publisher, Cambridge University Press, is one of the world’s oldest scholarly publishers.  Each companion is on a single topic, and cover literature, philosophy, religion, classics and culture.  More subject areas are coming.  There are over 500 books with over 2000 essays on more than 70,000 pages.

Search and browse  companions to Abelard, Abraham Lincoln, Ancient Greek Law, Berlioz, Bob Dylan, Canadian Literature, the clarinet, Deleuze, Existentialism, Handel, Jesus, Keynes, Malcolm X, Medieval Philosophy, Modern Japanese Culture, Ovid, Pop and Rock, Ralph Ellison, Science Fiction, Simone de Beauvoir, Sylvia Plath, Toni Morrison, Utopian Literature, Verdi, William Blake, and many, many more!  Guides were published from 1991 to present, with most in the 2000s.

Find it in the library’s Research Guides in the A-to-Z list and in many subject guides.  Give it a try today!

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