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Books in Our Library

There are several books about Macbeth and Shakespearn tregedy on a cart reserved for both Ms. Jardine's and Ms. Rousseve's students.  Since there are two classes working on Macbeth at the same time, these books may not be checked out, you will have to peruse them while you are in the library.

There is also plenty of information and criticism in our Reference section, please consult a librarian if you have trouble finding these.

William Shakespeare's Macbeth
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Macbeth: man and myth.
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Understanding Macbeth
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Macbeth (Literature Connections)
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Macbeth (Major Literary Characters)
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Macbeth (New Variorum)
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Everybody's Shakespeare (Tragedies)
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Shakespeare Tragedies (Bloom)
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Readings on Tragedies of William Shakespeare
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Shakespearean Tragedy
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Databases

The database passwords can be found by logging into Cubview and going to the Burns Library group page at  http://cubview.loyolahs.edu/pg/groups/143509/fritz-b-burns-library/     You must be logged in Cubview with your Loyola official email login, or else you will NOT be able to download any Cubview file.  If this does not work for you for some reason, please email me, Mrs. April Hannah at ahannah@loyolahs.edu or else pick up a blue flyer from the library.

  • JSTOR (Burns Library Database)
    Once you log-in, click on Advanced Search then enter "macbeth" on first line then "king james" on the second line leaving the AND operator in between. There are some relevant articles discussing these two concepts with witchcraft. See especially, results #4 and #5.
  • Bloom's Literary Criticism (Burns Library Database)
    Use the Advanced Search link then enter all of these words,"Witchcraft, King James, Macbeth" into the first search box, upper left corner. There should be about 16 results listed.
  • Literary E-books (Burns Library Database)
    After log-in, enter "macbeth" You will see a list of books come up on the right side. The first one, Shakespeare Through the Ages--click on "view this book" button. The book opens to table of contents and on the left side of page, you will see some gray tabs--click on the tab Search. Now, enter "king james" and it will search this book. Specific page references will appear that you may click on.
  • EBSCO Magill On Literature Plus (Burns Library Database)
    After log-in you will see four links, choose "Magill On Literature Plus." Click on the Advanced Search link. Enter "Macbeth" on the first line then "Witchcraft" in the second line after the AND operator.

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