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eBooks/Online Book Collections

A guide on how to find and use ebooks in your research including instructions on EBL and other ebook platforms. How to find a variety of ebooks and how to read them on your computer and/or download them to an ereading device.

About the Collection

Full-text works with scholarly commentary of more than thirty German-speaking authors from the Middle Ages through early 20th century. It includes prose, poetry, drama, diaries, letters, political speeches, historical documents, and writings on art and philosophy.

  • Can download individual volumes as PDFs.
  • Includes a permanent URL for titles. Note, this URL will not work until you have logged into the proxy server

Searching and Browsing Tips

Searching the Digitale Bibliothek Deutscher Klassiker collection in the WU Classic Catalog:

Searching within Digitale Bibliothek Deutscher Klassiker database

Browsing Contents

Browsing Works by Authors


Germanic Languages and Literatures Librarian

Brian Vetruba
Contact:
Olin Library, Level 1; Rm. 124
314.935.4824; email: bvetruba@wustl.edu

Drop in office hrs: Tuesdays, 10-11am in Ridgley 319
Website / Blog Page
Social:Twitter Page

Viewing and Downloading ACLS E-Books

  • ACLS E-Books cannot be downloaded in their entirety to a computer or an E-Reader.  However, one can download 3 pdf pages at a time and copy and paste from the pdf display of the book.
  • To view a book in pdf format, change the page view to pdf: