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English Literature: Getting Started

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Taking classes remotely this year? Here is a tutorial on how to find resources at a library near you!

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New Books in English Literature

Saint Paul Public Library

St. Paul Public Library has more than 42,000 ebooks and 300 audiobooks that you can check out online, including an extensive fiction collection. 

You can sign up at https://sppl.org/ecard. Once you've registered, you can borrow and download ebooks and audiobooks to view on an e-reader, computer, or mobile device. 

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From the New York Times:

Where to Find Native American Culture and a Good Read

The New York Times visited Birchbark Books & Native Arts in Minneapolis, owned by the National Book Award-winning novelist Louise Erdrich. Birchbark Books specializes in books and crafts by Native artists. Located near Kenwood Park in Minneapolis, the store is an important part of local literary culture!