Notes on the Text
The Call Numbers refer to books, etc., in the Robarts Library. An additional note shows if the work is kept in the reference section. Other library codes are given in the instances where material is not held in Robarts library.
Due to the fluid nature of electronic resources, this document will continue to need constant updating. Links to electronic resources have generally only been included if they provide substantial bibliographies. The works in this resource deocument focus on reference works with particular application to Canada, the US, and Britain, but bibliographical sources related to world literature are particularly welcome. Please contact the Graduate Assistant, Marguerite Perry (email@example.com
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This document is indebted to many members of the English faculty and Toronto bibliographers, including Professors Desmond Neill, Jill Levenson, Gillian Fenwick, and Jane Millgate, who prepared the earlier editions along with Lisa Sherlock, the Head of Reader Services at the E. J. Pratt Library. Tanya Wood put the original into electronic format. Marc Plamondon made the original available on our first Department web-site. The librarians at Robarts, including Sharon Brown and Jeff Newman, were extremely helpful in compiling this document, just as the librarians at Robarts reference desk have been very generous to generations of student bibliographers before them.
The 2010 version of this document was updated by Professor Alexandra Gillespie and Amy Hoffmann. Professor Deidre Lynch, as the Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of English, was instrumental in organizing and facilitating the 2010 revision.
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