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HLI 330: Classical Mythology

A guide to HLI 330: Classical Mythology


Many websites and publishers are temporarily opening up access to resources (ebooks, journals, livestreams) that were not previously available without paid subscriptions.
See below for an update from the Society for Classical Studies:
Access to Digital Resources During COVID-19: Loeb, Journals, and More

Finding Information: Books & Ebooks

Use the Library Catalog to search for books and e-books on classical mythology.

Print Books

Print books can be found in several locations:

  • Circulating Books (2nd floor, available for checkout)
  • Reference (3rd floor, library use only)
  • Reserves (Circulation Desk, library use only)


Ebooks can be found through a catalog search or via one of our many ebook databases.

Many classic texts are available in the public domain and can be found online, such as:

Project Gutenberg Books in Mythology

Does the Library have the required texts for HLI 330?

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