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Bethel University Library

Literary Studies: Books

Selected resources for research in literary studies


Search for books and ebooks in CLICsearch




Can't find the item you were looking for?

  • Try WorldCat for a search of nearly all libraries

Getting books from other CLIC libraries

Cooperating Libraries in Consortium (CLIC) is a group of private college libraries in the Twin Cities Metro area that not only share a catalog, but also share books between them via a daily courier service.  You can request them through CLICsearch.

How do I request a book from another CLIC library?

  • Click on the title of the book in your search results, look at the "Physical Copies" section of the detailed record
  • Be sure to sign in, if you have not
  • If Bethel does not own a copy, or if our copy is checked out, check to see if another CLIC library owns the book
  •  If another CLIC library has a copy, click on the request link: 
  • Double check the information on request form that will pop up, and Submit your request
  • When you receive an email telling you that the book is available, you may pick it up at the BU Library's Circulation Desk

Can't find a book in a CLIC Library?

WorldCat Discovery  searches the collections of more than 10,000 libraries worldwide. 

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If you locate a book that you would like and it is not held at a CLIC library, click on the Request Item button under the "Availability" tab to request it from another library through ILLiad (Bethel's interlibrary loan program).

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Google Books

Ebooks found through Google:

You may be able to view entire books or just portions of books.

Check to see if we might have the book by clicking on the Find this book in a library link.