Books are labeled with Library of Congress call numbers, which group them by subject. The libray catalog provides unique call numbers for locating each book.
To search the catalog enter a word or short phrase below:
Most French language books are found in the PC2001-PC3761 and the PQ1-PQ3999 call numberson the 4th floor of The Mary & John Gray Library.
Use a subject keyword search to find books about the literature of a French Speaking country. These are normally listed under the name of the country (written as an adjective), then specified by era.
Example: French Poetry 20th Century
Often the subheading "History and Criticism" is added for books that are primarily literary criticism.
Example: Haitian Literature History and Criticism
Literary criticism of a specific author is usually listed under the author's name as a subject, followed by the subheading "Criticism and interpretation"
Example: Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778 Criticism and Interpretation
Books are organized in Library of Congress (LC) number order.
DC 1-947: History of France (3rd Floor)
PC 2001-3761 French Language (4th Floor)
PQ 1-3999 French Literature (4th Floor)