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Humanities International Complete covers all aspects of the humanities, with worldwide content pertaining to literary, scholarly and creative thought. Provides full-text of more than 1,030 journals, books and other published sources from around the world. Another great database to start your research.
The world’s largest online union catalog of library holdings from 82 nations with bibliographic records that represent about 2 billion items held by participating libraries. The catalog was developed by librarians and connects library users to bibliographic records of books, e-books, and periodicals. WorldCat provides accurate item citations for Interlibrary loan requests. Source: OCLC.
To find primary sources in one of these catalogs, use a combination of a keyword or phrase with keywords that will identify primary documents. Some helpful keywords/subject headings to use:
early works to 1800
Use the links at the top of the page under ILL to request a book or an article.
Copyright and Fair Use
There's no one right answer as to what constitutes a fair use of a particular copyrighted work. The answer varies from situation to situation.
Four factors are considered in all fair use evaluations. They are: