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The literatures and languages collection is on the 4th floor of Valley Library.
|PA 1-8595||Classical languages and literature|
|PL 1-8844||Languages and literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania
(Japanese language and literature PL501-889)
(Chinese language and literature PL1001-3207)
|PN 1-6720||Literary history and collections (General)
esp. PN 1600-3300 Drama
|PQ 1-9999||Romance literatures
(French literature PQl-3999)
(Spanish literature PQ6001-8929)
|PR 1-9680||English literature|
|PS 1-3565||American literature|
|PT 1-9999||Germanic literature|
See the Library of Congress Classification Outline for a more detailed list of call numbers.
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