Many books dealing with Victorian literature may be found in the following sections, located on the 5th floor, South Wing, of W.T. Young Library.
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The UK Libraries arranges books by Library of Congress (LC) call number. LC call numbers begin with letters of the alphabet. For example, most books on language and literature are in the range of P call numbers.
If Young Library is the location, check the Young Library map to determine the floor and wing for each call number. The P call numbers (language and literature) are split between the 4th floor and 5th floor.
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In general, materials on Victorian literature topics may be found in InfoKat Discovery under the subject heading "English Literature – 19th Century." More specific subject headings will be listed under this major heading, for example:
In addition, other subject searches on types of literary works may be limited to the 19th century time period, for instance:
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