Summer Vacation!

Vacation borrowing started Monday 10th June We’re open 9.30-5.00 pm most weeks in the vacation but check the opening hours before you come Always available on email: efllib@hermes.cam.ac.uk

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Shakespeare resources for Easter term

Three of our top recommendations for Shakespeare resources this term: The Shakespeare Room – primary texts, secondary criticism, reference works, concordances, DVDs, CDs, and more. Downstairs to the basement, turn right, it’s all there. The RSC live collection (including Cymbeline), available through Drama Online Globe productions available through Drama Online and Digital Theatre+ More information […]

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Easter Vacation opening hours

Congratulations on a Lent term well done (especially those submitting portfolios right now!) We’re open this Saturday 16th March (1-6pm), but closed on Sunday 17th March. Please use Sidgbox outside the library if you need to return anything. Regular opening hours over the Easter vacation: Monday – Friday, 9.30am-5pm (last admission at 4.40pm) Saturdays and […]

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Vacation Borrowing!

Vacation borrowing at the EFL has now begun – everything you borrow or renew now (including DVDs and short loans) will be due back on Thursday 25th April. To check what you have on loan and renew your books, please go here: If you have any trouble renewing your books, please contact the library on […]

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Immigrations, Migrations and Refugees: Global Perspectives, 1941-1996

Trial access to the digital archive Immigrations, Migrations and Refugees: Global Perspectives, 1941-1996 is available for March 2019 for members of the University of Cambridge. From the beginning of World War II through the end of the twentieth century, the mass movement of peoples caused problems for governments around the world. Responses to legal immigration, […]

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Online Timelines

Don’t forget our online literature timelines The Cambridge Literature Timeline American Literature¬† Postcolonial Timeline¬† Modern Poetry and more Use them for: Starting a paper: Browse the timelines to get a broad idea of the historical and literary scope of a paper. The postcolonial and American timelines are ideal for getting a head start on the […]

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Vacation loans due!

Anything borrowed over the vacation is due on 17th January. You can renew books through iDiscover, but contact us if you’re having any trouble with this!

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New Exhibition: ‘Does it Matter?’

There is a new exhibition up in the Benson room showing some of the more unusually constructed books in our collection, from Anne Carson to Laurence Sterne, and thinking through them about material texts in the digital age. Pop in for a break from work or to get some borrowing inspiration!

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