- Be sure to record any resources you use on your Source Log (use easybib.com – use our most recent coupon code – to assist in tracking your sources)
- Check out the Green Guide pp.34-41 (2012 edition)
- Check out the Othello books on reserve in the library.
All usernames and passwords in Student Agenda or see Circulation Desk
Brainstorm keywords (search terms) to focus your research
Tips on searching and citing sources in e-books
- Inside the ebook, look in the left or top panel for the citation information
- Use the search inside feature (left panel) to search within a book
- In the HTML form, search within a page using CTRL–F.
- “designed to present biographical, critical, and biblio- graphical information on the author’s best-known or most important works”
- Log in and click here
The Facts On File Companion to Shakespeare (5 vol)
- Othello chapter here
Bloom’s Shakespeare Through the Ages: Othello
- historical background to Othello here
- Critical overview, collection of key quotation here
This is a site run by PhD students from the better universities in the United States. These notes are MUCH better than Sparks & co. as they encourage you to think. Shmoop writers also have a great sense of humour
From U. Victoria, B.C. Plays, life & times, performance, resource links, etc. Very good for high school students.