- For Libraries
- For Researchers
- Find Products & Services
- For Customers
For years, Monarch Notes have served as excellent supplements to the actual texts of the world's great literature. These carefully crafted study guides allow students to gain additional insight and develop a deeper understanding of a particular work.
Libraries can now order Monarch Notes on microfiche and avoid many of the problems inherent in keeping a collection on paper, such as high rates of pilferage and wear and tear on the material.
Each Monarch Notes issue contains:
This collection consists of 200 contemporary and classical works of world literature. Authors include, among others:
These study guides will be a valuable addition to any library as an effective means of encouraging students to become involved in great literature.
See how a student uses ProQuest's EIU Country Reports Archive.
Fifty years ago, on March 7, 1965, civil rights demonstrators, as part of a major voting rights campaign in Selma, Alabama, attempted to march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in protest of discriminatory practices that prevented them from registering to vote.