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P - Language and Literature

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P General Lingusitics
PA Classical Languages and Literature.
PB Modern European Languages, Celtic Languages and Literature.
PC Romance Languages.
PD Old Germanic, Scandinavian.
PE English.
PF Dutch, German.
PG Slavic.
PH Finnish.
PJ Oriental, Semitic.
PK Indo-Iranian.
PL East Asian, African, Oceania.
PM Indigenous American, Artificial Languages.
PN Literary History and Collections.
PQ Romance Literature.
PR English Literature.
PS American Literature.
PT Germanic Literature.
PZ Childrens' Literature.


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Detailed Call Number Ranges for Section: P - Language and Literature

P 1-1091 Philology and Linguistics
37-37.5 Relation to Psychology (General), Psycholinguistics
40-40.5 Relation to Sociology, Socioliguistics
87-96 Communication, Mass Media
101-410 Language (General)
101-120 Philosophy, Orgin, etc. of Language
121-149 Science of Language, Linguistics
201-299 Comparative Grammar
301-301.5 Style, Composition, Rhetoric
306-310 Translating and Interpreting
311 Prosody, Metrics, Rhythmics
327-365.5 Lexicography
375-381 Linguistic Geography
501-769 Indo-European Philology
901-1091 Extinct (Ancient or Medieval) Asian and European Languages
PA 1-8595 Classical Languages and Literature
227-1179 Greek Philology and Language
2001-2915 Latin Philology and Language
3051-4500 Greek Literature: Ancient (Classic) to ca. 600 C.E.
4505 Medieval and Modern Authors Writing in Classical Greek
5000-5660 Greek Literature: Byzantine and Modern
PB 1-431 Modern Europeam Languages: General Works
1201-3029 Celtic Languages and Literatures
1201-1449 Irish
1501-1709 Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic
1801-1867 Manx
1950 Pict
2001-3029 Brythonic Group: Welsh, Cornish, Breton, Gallic
PC 1-5498 Romance Languages
601-872 Romanian Language and Literature
1001-1977 Italian
2001-3761 French, Provencal
3801-3976 Catalan Language and Literature
4001-4977 Spanish
5001-5498 Portugueses
PD 1001-1350 Old Germanic Dialects: Gothic, Vandal, Burgundian, Langobardian
1501-5929 Scandinavian, North Germanic
2201-2392 Old Norse, Old Icelandic, Norwegian
2401-2489 Icelandic
2571-2999 Norwegian
3001-3929 Danish
5001-5929 Swedish
PE 1-3729 English
PF 1-5999 West Germanic
1-979 Dutch
1001-1184 Flemish
1401-1541 Friesian Language and Literature
3001-5999 German
PG 1-7925 Slavic, Baltic, Albanian Languages and Literature
615-716 Church Slavic
801-1199 Bulgarian, Macedonian
1201-1696 Serbo-Croatian
1801-1962 Slovenian
2001-3987 Russian, White Russian, Ukrainian
4001-5546 Czech, Slovak
5631-7446 Polish, Sorbian
8001-9146 Baltic
8501-8772 Lithuanian
8801-9146 Latvian
9501-9665 Albanian
PH 1-5490 Dinno-Ugrian, Basque Languages and Literatures
101-1109 Finnish
101-405 Finnish (Proper)
601-671 Estonian
701-735 Lapp
801-836 Mari
1201-3445 Ugrian, Hungarian
5001-5490 Basque
PJ 1-995 Oriental Languages and Literatures: General Works
1001-2199 Egyptian, Coptic
2353-2367 Libyan Group
2369-2399 Berber
2401-2594 Cushitic
3001-9293 Semitic
3101-4083 Assyrian, Sumerian
4501-5192 Hebrew
5201-5329 Aramaic
5403-5909 Syriac
6001-8517 Arabic
8991-9293 Ethiopian
PK 1-6996 Indo-Iranian
8001-8835 Armenian
9001-9201 Caucasian, Georgian
PL 1-8844 Languages and Literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania
1-481 Ural-Altaic Languages
501-889 Japanese Language and Literature
901-998 Korean Language and Literature
1001-3207 Chinese Language and Literature
5001-7511 Oceanic Languages and Literatures
8000-8814 Africna Languages and Literatures
PM 1-9021 Hyperborean, Indian, and Artificial Languages
1-95 Hyperborean Languages of America
101-7356 American Indian Languages
8001-9021 Artificial Languages
PN 1-6790 Literary History and Collections (General)
80-99 Criticism
101-245 Authorship
441-1009.5 Literary History
1010-1551 Poetry
1560-1590 The Performing Arts, Show Business
1600-3307 Drama
1660-1693 Dramatic Composition
1865-1999 Special Types of Drama
2000-3307 Dramatic Representation, The Theater
3311-3503 Prose, Proce Fiction
4001-4355 Oratory, Elocution, Recitations, etc.
4400 Letters
4500 Essays
4699-5650 Journalism
6010-6790 Collections of General Literature
6080-6095 Quotations
6099-6110 Poetry
6110.5-6120 Drama
6120.15-6120.95 Fiction
6121-6129 Orations
6130-6140 Letters
6141-6145 Essays
6147-6231 Wit and Humor, Satire
6249-6790 Miscellaneous
PQ 1-9999 Romance Literatures
1-3999 French Literature
4001-5999 Italian Literature
6001-8929 Spanish Literature
9000-9999 Portuguese Literature
PR 1-9680 English Literature
PS 1-3576 American Literature
PT 1-9999 Germanic Literature
1-4897 German Literature
5001-5980 Dutch Literature
6000-6471 Flemish Literature
6500-6592.36 Afrikaans Literature
7001-9999 Scandinavian Literatures
7001-7099 General Works
7101-7338 Old Norse, Old Icelandic
7351-7550 Modern Icelandic Literature
7601-8260 Danish Literature
8301-9155 Norwegian Literature
9201-9999 Swedish Literature
PZ 5-90 Juvenile Belles Lettres (All Languages)

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