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To find books on William Blake's work, visit the library website and click on Library Catalog on the lower right side of the screen. On the catalog search page, type: Blake, William in the search box and choose Subject Heading Search in the drop down menu. At the top of the results screen, click on the link for William Blake that has 58 titles. This will provide you with a list of books. The general call number area of the library where you will find these books starts in PR4146 which is on the third floor. Please ask for help at the Research Services office on the first floor if you have trouble finding them.
The library also has online resources that might be of interest. From the library home page, click on the link for LibGuides on the lower right side of the screen and then scroll down to the page for English. Choose Literature Resource Center from the list of databases. (Note: if you are off-campus, you will be prompted to login once you click to access the database. Choose SRU from the drop-down menu and then enter the user name and password for your SRU email).
On the Literature Resource Center search page, enter Blake, William in the box at the top of the screen, and then choose Person, By or About in the drop-down menu to the right. This will provide you with a list of results, including biographical information, criticisms, reviews and more.
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