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English and American Literature: Getting Started

This guide introduces you to some of the most important print and electronic tools for researching in English and American literature.

Study of English and American Literature at Fordham

Avanti! [1968], first read through

Billy Rose Theatre Division, The New York Public Library. (1968). Avanti! [1968], first read through. Retrieved from https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/0164a3b0-b3f9-0130-64cb-58d385a7b928

Library of Congress Subject Headings


To browse the library's holdings, use the Library of Congress Classification Outline as a starting point.

P - Philology. Linguistics
PA - Greek language and literature. Latin language and literature
PB - Modern languages. Celtic languages
PC - Romance languages
PE - English language
PN - Literature (General)
PN 80-99 Criticism
PN 441-1009.5 Literary history
PN 841 Black literature (General)
PN 1993-1999 Motion Pictures
PR - English Literature
PR1-56 - Literary history and criticism
PS - American literature
PS 185-195 - 17th-18th centuries
PS 201-217 - 19th century
PS 221-228 - 20th century
PS 229-231 - 21st century
PS 700-893 - Individual authors - Colonial period
PS 8001-8599 - Canadian literature

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Liaison

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