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English Research Guide

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In-Library Use: Reference Books of Interest

Archetypes & Superstitions 

The reference books are located in the stacks. Click on the cover to find more information about the reference book along with the call number.

*Reference books, such as encyclopedias and dictionaries, are a great place to begin when researching a topic. They can give you further insight into your topic and provide additional ideas.

Cover image for Cassell's dictionary of superstitions / David Pickering.

Cover image for A dictionary of superstitions / edited by Iona Opie and Moira Tatem.

Cover image for The encyclopedia of superstitions / Richard Webster.

BF 1775 .P53 2002

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BF 1775 .D53 1992

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GR 81 .W43 2008

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BL 312 .L44 2005

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Cover image for The Herder dictionary of symbols : symbols from art, archaeology, mythology, literature, and religion Cover image for An illustrated encyclopaedia of traditional symbols Cover image for Symbolism : a comprehensive dictionary Cover image for Dictionary of biblical imagery

CB 475 .H4713 1993

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BL 603 .C66 1982

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CB 475 .038 198695

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BS 537 .D48 1998

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Cover image for The Greenwood encyclopedia of folktales and fairy tales Cover image for Folklore : an encyclopedia of beliefs, customs, tales, music, and art. Cover image for The encyclopedia of Celtic mythology and folklore Cover image for Giants, monsters, and dragons : an encyclopedia of folklore, legend, and myth

GR 74 .G73 2008

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GR 35 .F63 2011

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BL 900 .M66 2004

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GR 825 .R67 2000

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