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P 1-1091 - Philology. Linguistics

Call Number Subject
P 1-99.7 Philology. Linguistics
Theory. Method. Study & teaching. Research. History of philology.
Communication. Mass media. Computational linguistics.
Natural language processing. Semiotics. Signs & symbols.
Nonverbal communication
P 101-410 Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar
Bilingualism. Multilingualism. Language acquisition. Methodology.
Linguistic analysis. Applied linguistics. Phonology. Morphology. Syntax.
Style. Composition. Rhetoric. Usage. Discourse analysis. Vocabulary.
Translating & interpreting. Etymology. Semantics. Lexicology. Lexicography.
Dialectology. Linguistic geography. Colloquial language. Slang
P 501-769 Indo-European (Indo-Germanic) philology
P 901-1091 Extinct ancient or medieval languages
Hittite. Carian, Urartian. Minoan. Linear B (Mycenaean Greek). Etruscan

Class P - Language & Literature

Call Number Subject
P Philology. Linguistics
PA Greek language & literature. Latin language & literature
PB Modern languages. Celtic languages
PC Romance languages
PD Germanic languages. Scandinavian languages
PE English language
PF West Germanic languages
PG Slavic languages. Baltic languages. Albanian language
PH Uralic languages. Basque language
PJ Oriental languages & literatures
PK Indo-Iranian languages & literatures
PL Languages & literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania
PM Hyperborean, Indian & artificial languages
PN Literature (General)
PQ Literature: French - Italian - Spanish - Portuguese
PR English literature
PS American literature
PT Literature: German - Dutch - Flemish since 1830 - Afrikaans -
Scandinavian - Old Norse: Old Icelandic & Old Norwegian -
Modern Icelandic - Faroese - Danish - Norwegian - Swedish
PZ Fiction & juvenile belles lettres

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