There are several genres of nonfiction which will be useful for Essay 3:
Finding a Book in the MU Libraries
All of the above forms of nonfiction may be found in the MU Libraries. We are also part of a state-wide library network, so if MU doesn't have it, chances are one of our partners will. The trick to finding the books is to know how to search the MERLIN library catalog.
Here are some suggestions:
"Subject" search on :
The terms can be limited by using the following terms in the title or subject: Holocaust, Jewish, Iran, World War II, etc.
To look up individual books and articles you find using these reference books, use the "Find a Specific Book" and "Find a Specific Article or Journal" links from the MU Libraries homepage.
If you want to research the forms of nonfiction listed at the top or want to find criticism about a particular work, you can use one of the databases. There are several you should consider:
All may be accessed via the MU Libraries homepage. Select "Database Title Contains " from the drop-down menu in the left sidebar and type the database name into the search box.