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PS 85-144 - History of American literature

Call Number Subject
PS 85-111 By language
- PS 85-96 - English
- - PS 85 - - Early through 1860
- - PS 88-96 - - Recent
- - - PS 88 - - - Treatises
- - - PS 92 - - - Compends
- - - PS 94 - - - Outlines, syllabi, tables, charts, etc.
PS 121 Collected essays, studies, etc., of individual authors
PS 126-138 Biography, memoirs, letters, etc.
- PS 126-129 - Collected biography
- - PS 128 - - 1801-1900
- - PS 129 - - 1901-
- PS 135 - Collected memoirs, letters, etc.
PS 141-144 Literary landmarks. Homes & haunts of authors, etc.

PS 147-153 - Special classes of authors

Call Number Subject
PS 147-152 Women authors
- PS 147 - General
- PS 149 - Through 1860
- PS 151 - 1860-
- PS 152 - Women & lterature. Feminine influence
PS 153.A-Z Other classes of authors, A-Z
- PS 153.A73 - Arab Americans
- PS 153.A84 - Asian Americans
- PS 153.C27 - Caribbean Americans
- PS 153.C3 - Catholic authors
- PS 153.C45 - Chinese Americans
- PS 153.C67 - Cowboys
- PS 153.C83 - Cuban Americans
- PS 153.E37 - East European Americans
- PS 153.G38 - Gays
- PS 153.H56 - Hispanic Americans
- PS 153.I52 - Indians, American
- PS 153.I78 - Irish Americans
- PS 153.I8 - Italian Americans
- PS 153.J34 - Japanese Americans
- PS 153.J4 - Jewish
- PS 153.L46 - Lesbians
- PS 153.M3 - Men
- PS 153.M35 - Mennonites
- PS 153.M4 - Mexican Americans
Including works about Mexican-American (Chicano) authors 
writing in English or mixed English-Spanish
- PS 153.M56 - Minorities
- PS 153.N5 - Negroes. African Americans. Blacks
- PS 153.N57 - Newspaper carriers
- PS 153.P48 - People with disabilities
- PS 153.P65 - Polish Americans
- PS 153.P74 - Prisoners
- PS 153.P83 - Puerto Ricans
- PS 153.P87 - Puritans
- PS 153.S23 - Sicilian Americans
- PS 153.S39 - Sexual minorities (General)
See also PS153.G38 Gays; PS153.L46 Lesbians
- PS 153.S45 - Shaker authors
- PS 153.S68 - South Asian Americans
- PS 153.V54 - Vietnamese Americans

PS 157-161 - Relation to other literatures & countries

Call Number Subject
PS 157 General
PS 159.A-Z By country or language, A-Z
- PS 159.A35 - Africa
- PS 159.A85 - Asia
- PS 159.B6 - Brazil
- PS 159.C37 - Caribbean
- PS 159.C5 - China
- PS 159.E5 - England
- PS 159.E85 - Europe
- PS 159.F5 - France
- PS 159.G3 - Germany
- PS 159.G8 - Great Britain
- PS 159.I8 - Italy
- PS 159.J3 - Japan
- PS 159.L38 - Latin America
- PS 159.M6 - Mexico
- PS 159.M67 - Morocco
- PS 159.O28 - Oceania
- PS 159.O44 - Old Norse
- PS 159.P7 - Poland
- PS 159.P8 - Portugal
- PS 159.R6 - Roman
- PS 159.R8 - Russia
- PS 159.S34 - Scandinavia
- PS 159.S7 - Spain
PS 160-161 Translations of American literature
- PS 161.A-Z - By language, A-Z

PS 163-169 - Treatment of special subjects

For treatment of special subjects by a specific class of author see PS147+

Call Number Subject
PS 163 Nature
PS 166 Religion
PS 169.A-Z Other, A-Z
- PS 169.A42 - AIDS (Disease)
- PS 169.A47 - Allegory
- PS 169.A49 - American Dream
- PS 169.A54 - Animals
- PS 169.A88 - Art
- PS 169.A9 - Arthurian romances
- PS 169.A95 - Autobiography
- PS 169.B36 - Baseball
- PS 169.B5 - Belief & doubt
- PS 169.B54 - Benevolence
- PS 169.C35 - Cancer
- PS 169.C37 - Carnivals
- PS 169.C57 - Cities & towns
- PS 169.C65 - Communities
- PS 169.C75 - Crowds
- PS 169.E25 - Ecology. Environment
- PS 169.E48 - Emotions
- PS 169.E53 - End of the world
- PS 169.E63 - Epic
- PS 169.E83 - Ethics
- PS 169.E94 - Experience
- PS 169.F34 - Failure (Psychology)
- PS 169.F35 - Family
- PS 169.F56 - Fly fishing
- PS 169.F64 - Folklore
- PS 169.F68 - Free will & determinism
- PS 169.F69 - Friendship
- PS 169.F7 - Frontier & pioneer life
- PS 169.G45 - Gender
- PS 169.G47 - Geography
- PS 169.G66 - Good & evil
- PS 169.G75 - Grotesque
- PS 169.H4 - Heroes
- PS 169.H5 - History. Patriotism
- PS 169.H65 - Homosexuality
- PS 169.H97 - Hysteria
- PS 169.I45 - Imperialism
- PS 169.I47 - Imprisonment
- PS 169.I5 - Incest
- PS 169.I53 - Individualism
- PS 169.L35 - Landscape
- PS 169.L37 - Law
- PS 169.L5 - Liberty
- PS 169.L67 - Love
- PS 169.L95 - Lynching
- PS 169.M45 - Medievalism
- PS 169.M63 - Mock-heroic literature
- PS 169.M85 - Multilingualism
- PS 169.M88 - Myth
- PS 169.N35 - National characteristics
- PS 169.N38 - Naturalism
- PS 169.N65 - Nonviolence
- PS 169.P35 - Passing (Identity)
- PS 169.P36 - Patriarchy
- PS 169.P55 - Play
- PS 169.P64 - Popular literature
- PS 169.P68 - Pragmatism
- PS 169.P7 - Prairies
- PS 169.P79 - Psychic trauma
- PS 169.R28 - Racism
- PS 169.R43 - Realism
- PS 169.R45 - Regionalism
- PS 169.R58 - Rivers
- PS 169.R6 - Romanticism
- PS 169.S23 - Sacrifice
- PS 169.S413 - Science
- PS 169.S42 - Sea
- PS 169.S425 - Self
- PS 169.S43 - Separation
- PS 169.S44 - Shame
- PS 169.S45 - Setting (Literature)
- PS 169.S454 - Sex
- PS 169.S47 - Slavery
- PS 169.S57 - Social problems
- PS 169.S62 - Sports
- PS 169.S84 - The sublime
- PS 169.S843 - Success
- PS 169.S85 - Suicide
- PS 169.S9 - Symbolism
- PS 169.S93 - Sympathy
- PS 169.T37 - Teacher-student relationships
- PS 169.T4 - Technology
- PS 169.T44 - Temperance
- PS 169.T47 - Terror
- PS 169.T5 - Time
- PS 169.T7 - Transcendentalism
- PS 169.T74 - Travel
- PS 169.U85 - Utopias
- PS 169.W27 - War
- PS 169.W4 - The West

PS 173 - Treatment of special classes, A-Z

Call Number Subject
PS 173.A26 Acadians
PS 173.A35 Aged men. Older men
PS 173.B87 Businessmen
PS 173.C63 Coal miners
PS 173.E8 Ethnic minorities
PS 173.H85 Hunters
PS 173.I6 Indians
PS 173.I75 Irish Americans
PS 173.J4 Jews
PS 173.M36 Men
PS 173.M39 Mexican Americans
PS 173.M4 Mexico
PS 173.M54 Minorities
PS 173.N4 Negroes. African Americans. Blacks
PS 173.O75 Orphans
PS 173.P57 Pirates
PS 173.P7 Provincial types
PS 173.R33 Racially mixed people
PS 173.W455 Whalers
PS 173.W46 Whites
PS 173.W6 Women