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Library Glossary

Confused by some of the library terminology?  Puzzled by some of the vocabulary we use?  Check out this Library Glossary to find out what some of these words mean and what we're talking about!

Free Works of Shakespeare

All of Shakespeare's works are no longer protected by copyright and are considered public domain.  The link below will give you access to his complete works in electronic format.

Welcome

Welcome to the PCC Library guide for researching Shakespeare.

This guide is intended as a starting place for research on William Shakespeare.  The tabs above are arranged to guide you through the steps of the research process.  They'll lead you to reference tools for basic background information, library books for a more in-depth look at your topic, journal articles, and additional links to help you write your paper and cite your sources.

 

Shakespeare Uncovered (PBS)


 

This PBS series offers a more in-depth look at Shakespeare's works and their performance.  Each episode is hosted by a celebrated actor including-- Ethan Hawke, Jeremy Irons, Derek Jacobi, Trevor Nunn, Joely Richardson, and David Tennant.

Visit the PBS Shakespeare Uncovered page to access the videos in this series, as well as other resources.

Read an article on the discovery of the location of the Curtain Theatre (pictured below) which predated the Globe.

Your Librarian

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Rosanne Couston
Contact:
Downtown Campus Library
1255 N. Stone Ave.

Office: Library

Phone: 520-206-7086

E-mail: rcouston@pima.edu