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PS 185-195 - 17th-18th centuries

Call Number Subject
PS 185 General works
PS 186 General special
PS 191-193 Special periods
- PS 191 - 17th century
- PS 193 - 18th century
PS 195.A-Z Special topics, A-Z
- PS 195.C35 - Capitalism
- PS 195.E57 - Enthusiasm
- PS 195.I56 - Insurance
- PS 195.L35 - Landscape
- PS 195.N35 - National characteristics
- PS 195.P66 - Population
- PS 195.P76 - Providence & government of God
- PS 195.R32 - Race
- PS 195.R55 - Rivers

PS 201-217 - 19th century

Call Number Subject
PS 201 General works
PS 203 Essays
PS 208-214 Special periods
- PS 208 - 1801-1850
- PS 211 - 1850-1870
- PS 214 - 1870-1900
PS 217.A-Z Special topics, A-Z
- PS 217.A25 - Accidents
- PS 217.A43 - Alchemy
- PS 217.A45 - Alienation
- PS 217.A56 - Antarctica
- PS 217.B55 - Blacks
- PS 217.B63 - Body, Human
- PS 217.B65 - Bohemianism
- PS 217.B75 - Brother Jonathan
- PS 217.C34 - Canada
- PS 217.C35 - Capital punishment
- PS 217.C36 - Captivity narratives
- PS 217.C46 - Chance
- PS 217.C48 - Chivalry
- PS 217.C58 - Civil War, 1861-1865
- PS 217.C64 - Collaborative authorship
- PS 217.C66 - Conjoined twins
- PS 217.D43 - Death
- PS 217.D57 - Discoveries (in geography)
- PS 217.D75 - Drinking customs
- PS 217.E35 - Economics
- PS 217.E47 - Environmentalism
- PS 217.E75 - Ethnology
- PS 217.E87 - Europe
- PS 217.F33 - Failure (Psychology)
- PS 217.F35 - Family
- PS 217.G46 - Geography
- PS 217.G75 - Grief
- PS 217.H54 - Hieroglyphics
- PS 217.H57 - History
- PS 217.H65 - Homosexuality
- PS 217.H8 - Humanism
- PS 217.I32 - Ice
- PS 217.I35 - Identity (Psychology)
- PS 217.I47 - Imperialism
- PS 217.I49 - Indians
- PS 217.I52 - Intimacy
- PS 217.L37 - Law
- PS 217.L44 - Leisure
- PS 217.L47 - Letter writing
- PS 217.L57 - Lists
- PS 217.M35 - Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint
- PS 217.M37 - Masculinity
- PS 217.M44 - Medicine
- PS 217.M47 - Mesmerism
- PS 217.M57 - Miscegenation
- PS 217.M58 - Mississippi River
- PS 217.M62 - Modernism
- PS 217.M65 - Mothers
- PS 217.M67 - Mourning customs
- PS 217.M85 - Multilingualism
- PS 217.M93 - Myth
- PS 217.N38 - National characteristics
- PS 217.N42 - Naturalism
- PS 217.O33 - Occultism
- PS 217.P44 - Philosophical anthropology
- PS 217.P45 - Philosophy
- PS 217.P48 - Physicians
- PS 217.P54 - Pluralism (Social sciences)
- PS 217.P64 - Politics
- PS 217.P67 - Poverty
- PS 217.P85 - Puns & punning
- PS 217.R28 - Race. Racism. Race relations
- PS 217.R44 - Regionalism
- PS 217.R6 - Romanticism
- PS 217.S34 - Science
- PS 217.S4 - Sea
- PS 217.S44 - Self
- PS 217.S5 - Skepticism
- PS 217.S55 - Slavery
Including abolitionism
- PS 217.S58 - Social change
- PS 217.S6 - Social problems
- PS 217.S65 - Spiritualism
- PS 217.S95 - Swamps
- PS 217.T43 - Technology
- PS 217.T48 - Theodicy
- PS 217.T56 - Time
- PS 217.T67 - Tramps
- PS 217.T7 - Transcendentalism
- PS 217.T79 - Tricksters
- PS 217.U8 - Utopias
- PS 217.W64 - Women
- PS 217.W66 - Working class. Work

PS 221-228 - 20th century

Call Number Subject
PS 221 General works
PS 223-225 Special periods
- PS 223 - 1900-1945
- PS 225 - 1945-
PS 228.A-Z Special topics, A-Z
- PS 228.A35 - Adoption
See also PS228.I69 Interracial adoption
- PS 228.A47 - Aesthetics
- PS 228.A52 - Agriculture
- PS 228.A54 - Animals
- PS 228.A57 - Airplanes
- PS 228.A58 - Alcoholism
- PS 228.A6 - Alienation (Social psychology)
- PS 228.A74 - Architecture
- PS 228.A82 - Assimilation
- PS 228.A83 - Athletes
- PS 228.A88 - Authorship (as a theme)
- PS 228.A95 - Automobiles
- PS 228.B47 - Bergson, Henri
- PS 228.B6 - Bohemianism. Beat generation
- PS 228.C34 - Calvinism
- PS 228.C5 - Christianity
- PS 228.C53 - Cities & towns
- PS 228.C54 - City life
- PS 228.C55 - Civil rights movements
- PS 228.C58 - Cold War
- PS 228.C59 - The comic
- PS 228.C6 - Communism
- PS 228.C63 - Confession
- PS 228.C65 - Consumption (Economics)
- PS 228.C68 - Counterfeits & counterfeiting
- PS 228.D43 - Death
- PS 228.D57 - Diseases
- PS 228.D74 - Drinking of alcoholic beverages
- PS 228.E44 - Effeminacy
- PS 228.E55 - Emigration & immigration
- PS 228.E84-.E85 - Eugenics
- PS 228.E9 - Existentialism
- PS 228.F35 - Fantastic literature
- PS 228.F38 - Fathers & sons
- PS 228.F43 - Federal Writers' Project
- PS 228.F45 - Feminism
- PS 228.F48 - Fetishism
- PS 228.F64 - Folklore
- PS 228.G38 - Gay culture
- PS 228.H57 - History
- PS 228.H58 - Hitler, Adolf
- PS 228.H65 - Homelessness
- PS 228.I6 - Imperialism
- PS 228.I68 - Incest
- PS 228.I69 - Interracial adoption
- PS 228.I74 - Irony
- PS 228.J39 - Jazz
- PS 228.L33 - Labor. Working class
- PS 228.L36 - Landscape
- PS 228.L47 - Lesbianism
- PS 228.M37 - Masculinity
- PS 228.M57 - Miscegenation
- PS 228.M63 - Modernism
- PS 228.M66 - Mothers. Mothers & daughters
- PS 228.M87 - Music
- PS 228.N38 - National characteristics
- PS 228.N39 - Nature
- PS 228.N65 - Noise
- PS 228.O43 - Old age
- PS 228.O96 - Outer space
- PS 228.P35 - Passing (Identity)
- PS 228.P43 - Peace
- PS 228.P48 - Photography
- PS 228.P55 - Pluralism (Social sciences)
- PS 228.P6 - Politics
- PS 228.P67 - Popular literature
- PS 228.P68 - Postmodernism
- PS 228.P7 - Primitive societies
- PS 228.P72 - Primitivism
- PS 228.P73 - Protest
- PS 228.P74 - Psychoanalysis
- PS 228.R32 - Race
- PS 228.R34 - Radicalism
- PS 228.R36 - Rape
- PS 228.R38 - Realism
- PS 228.R4 - Regionalism
- PS 228.S36 - Self
- PS 228.S38 - Sentimentalism
- PS 228.S42 - Sex
- PS 228.S63 - Social classes
- PS 228.S85 - Suspicion
- PS 228.S9 - Symbolism
- PS 228.T42 - Technology
- PS 228.V5 - Vietnam War, 1961-1975
- PS 228.W37 - War
- PS 228.W65 - Women

PS 229-231 - 21st century

Call Number Subject
PS 229 General works
PS 231.A-Z Special topics, A-Z
- PS 231.E46 - Emptiness (Philosophy)
- PS 231.M68 - Motherhood
- PS 231.R33 - Race
- PS 231.R34 - Racially mixed people
- PS 231.S47 - September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001