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Wassup homies,

I am taking AQA History (Russia), OCR English Literature (currently studying Ibsen and Rossetti), and I have switched to AQA(?) French. Atm when I am finding academic/recommended books for further reading I go to the library, but if I want a book the library does not have I try to look for pdfs/online versions on Google and Google Scholar I have to pay to access it. Are there any websites that I can access free academic works on??? Obviously this may be an unreliable source but I remember seeing a social media post about a professor sharing a link to a website that allows American College students to access textbooks/academic works for free. So, if anyone knows about this please post below.

Cheers🦆
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(Original post by sciencegcsesss)
Wassup homies,

I am taking AQA History (Russia), OCR English Literature (currently studying Ibsen and Rossetti), and I have switched to AQA(?) French. Atm when I am finding academic/recommended books for further reading I go to the library, but if I want a book the library does not have I try to look for pdfs/online versions on Google and Google Scholar I have to pay to access it. Are there any websites that I can access free academic works on??? Obviously this may be an unreliable source but I remember seeing a social media post about a professor sharing a link to a website that allows American College students to access textbooks/academic works for free. So, if anyone knows about this please post below.

Cheers🦆
Archive.org and thegutenbergproject.com have lots of free resources
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Archive.org and thegutenbergproject.com have lots of free resources
Okay thank you so much!
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