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Chadwyck-Healey Literature Collections Database

TCEP

Twentieth-Century English Poetry is a collection of more than 600 volumes of poetry by 283 poets from 1900 to the present day, including W.B. Yeats, Rudyard Kipling, Thomas Hardy, Wilfred Owen, Thom Gunn, Fleur Adcock, Paul Muldoon, Tony Harrison, Benjamin Zephaniah and Carol Ann Duffy, and incorporating the poets in The Faber Poetry Library.

The Twentieth-Century English Poetry was described by Edwin Morgan as a “Shelleyan universal anthology waiting to be dipped into by random hands,” and since then it has become recognized as an indispensable research tool for scholars and students from around the world.

The UST community can gain access by clicking here, and locate the Chadwyck-Healey Literature Collections from the list of databases. Use your Celt ID to login and gain access to this Doherty Library information resource while off-campus.

Happy Researching!

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Online Live Support

Now you can get help from a librarian anywhere there’s an internet connection. Login to our digital classroom and ask any research question you might have. We are proud to offer evening and weekend service as well.

Visit the url below to establish a connection to a Doherty Library digital classroom or for more information about Online Live Support.

https://libguides.stthom.edu/support

The library’s online Office Hours are run like a webinar. Once your connection has been established you can use the chat feature to ask research questions. One of the librarians will be on the other end ready to answer. The classroom allows us to share our screen and show you the step-by-step process of how to find peer-reviewed articles, find relevant databases, use RefWorks, etc.Live Support

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Chicago Manual of Style 17th Edition

Did you know there is a new Chicago Manual of Style? Produced with a thoughtful redesign of Chicago Manual of Style Online, the 17th edition continues the Manual’s tradition as an authority for generations of readers seeking answers to all things related not only to the written word but also to the myriad and evolving ways in which words and ideas are shared and published. The new citation system is available at the Doherty Library.

The UST community can gain access by clicking here, and locate the Chicago Manual of Style from the list of databases. Use your Celt ID to login and gain access to this Doherty Library information resource while off-campus.

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Popular Books Fall 2018

pop-booksNew additions to the Doherty Library current popular fiction and non-fiction collection are now available for checkout. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library, the collection contains nearly 200 titles.

The books are on display in the main lobby and can be checked out at the circulation desk, below is a list of popular books in the collection. Click on the text below for a complete record and summary of titles added in October 2018.

Non-fiction

  1. Bernstein, Jamie – Famous Father Girl: A Memoir of Growing Up Bernstein
  2. Arce, Julissa – Someone Like Me 
  3. Bogel, Anne – I’d Rather Be Reading
  4. Brennan-Jobs, Lisa – Small Fry 
  5. Flanders, Cait – The Year of Less    
  6. King, Maxwell – The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers  
  7. McAuliffe, Mary – Paris on the Brink: The 1930s Paris of Jean Renoir, Salvador Dalí, Simone de Beauvoir, André Gide, Sylvia Beach, Léon Blum, and Their Friends
  8. Mckesson, DeRay  – On the Other Side of Freedom: The Case for Hope  
  9. Price, Catherine – How to Break Up with your Phone  
  10. Reiter, Ben – Astroball: the new way to win it all  

Fiction

  1. Bhathena, Tanaz –  A Girl Like That 
  2. Brown, Rosellen – Lake on Fire   
  3. Cohen, Leonard – The Flame: Poems Notebooks Lyrics Drawings  
  4. Orange, Tommy – There There    
  5. Patterson, James & Clinton, Bill – The President Is Missing 
  6. Todd, Charles – The Gate Keeper  William Morrow
  7. Tolkien, J.R.R. – The Fall of Gondolin