Look for Request from another library links when you are directed to a screen that that says full-text is not available at Colby.
CBBCat can be used to find books with literary criticism. CBBcat searches the combined collections of Colby, Bates and Bowdoin.
A Keyword Search can produce broad results. However catalogs are very literal, searching only the exact keywords entered.
Thus a search using the keyword criticism would not find item records that only use the word critical.
The asterisk is a wild card that stands for any combination of letters. Thus critic* would include results with the words: critic, critics, criticism, and critical
Catalogs search words separately and do not recognize phrases.
Quotations should be used to glue together words into phrases: "stream of consciousness"
To find other relevant subject terms, do a subject search using just the author’s name (last name first). This will usually provide an opportunity to browse a variety of terms.
Also use the subject heading links listed in the catalog records of books you've already found.
To broaden your search further, try the other catalogs in our search box: MaineCat and WorldCat.
OneSearch searches multiple resources at once. Use for very precise searches:
For best results, use limiters.