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Theatre

PS 330-353 - History of American literature. Drama

Call Number Subject
PS 330 Dictionaries. Encyclopedias
PS 332 Treatises
PS 336.A-Z Special forms, A-Z
- PS 336.C7 - Comedy
- PS 336.D5 - Didactic
- PS 336.M44 - Melodrama
- PS 336.R33 - Radio plays
- PS 336.T45 - Television plays
- PS 336.T7 - Tragedy
PS 338.A-Z Special topics, A-Z
- PS 338.A74 - Asian Americans
- PS 338.F35 - Family
- PS 338.F48 - Feminism
- PS 338.F6 - Foreigners
- PS 338.F76 - Frontier & pioneer life
- PS 338.H56 - History
- PS 338.H66 - Homosexuality
- PS 338.I53 - Indians
- PS 338.J4 - Jews
- PS 338.L6 - Loneliness
- PS 338.M37 - Masculinity
- PS 338.M44 - Memory
- PS 338.M46 - Men
- PS 338.M63 - Modernism
- PS 338.M67 - Motion pictures. Motion picture industry
- PS 338.N4 - Negroes. African Americans. Blacks
- PS 338.N84 - Nuclear warfare
- PS 338.O74 - Oriental influences
- PS 338.P4 - People with disabilities
- PS 338.P6 - Politics
- PS 338.R42 - Realism
- PS 338.S63 - Social problems
- PS 338.S74 - Steel industry & trade
- PS 338.T43 - Technology
- PS 338.T45 - Temperance
- PS 338.W45 - Whites
- PS 338.W6 - Women
- PS 338.W65 - Work
- PS 338.W67 - World War II
PS 341-353 By period
- PS 341 - 17th-18th centuries. Colonial period
- PS 343-345 - 19th century
- PS 350-352 - 20th century
- - PS 350 - - General
- - PS 351 - - Through 1960
- - PS 352 - - 1961-2000

PS 623-635 - Collections of American literature. Drama

Call Number Subject
PS 623 General
PS 625 Selections, anthologies, etc.
PS 625.5 Anthologies of plays for children & youth
PS 627.A-Z Special forms & topics, A-Z
- PS 627.A35 - Aged. Aging. Older people
- PS 627.A53 - AIDS (Disease)
- PS 627.B85 - Bullying
- PS 627.C54 - Chinese Americans
- PS 627.C63 - Coal miners
- PS 627.C65 - Comedy
- PS 627.D42 - Death
- PS 627.H55 - Historical plays. Patriotic plays
- PS 627.H67 - Homosexuality
- PS 627.I48 - Immigrants
- PS 627.J48 - Jews
- PS 627.L48 - Lesbians
- PS 627.L95 - Lynching
- PS 627.M42 - Medicine
- PS 627.M44 - Melodrama
- PS 627.M5 - Minorities
- PS 627.M63 - Monologues
- PS 627.N4 - Negroes. African Americans. Blacks
- PS 627.O53 - One-act plays
- PS 627.P65 - Political plays
- PS 627.S63 - Social problems
- PS 627.S74 - Suffragists
- PS 627.V53 - Vietnam War, 1961-1975
- PS 627.W66 - Women
PS 628.A-Z Special classes of authors, A-Z
- PS 628.A85 - Asian American authors
- PS 628.C35 - Cajun authors
- PS 628.C55 - Children. Youth
- PS 628.C82 - Cuban American authors
- PS 628.H57 - Hispanic American authors
- PS 628.I53 - Indian authors
- PS 628.J47 - Jewish authors
- PS 628.M4 - Mexican American authors
Including works by Mexican American (Chicano) authors
writing in English or mixed English-Spanish
- PS 628.M44 - Middle Eastern American authors
- PS 628.N4 - Negro (African American, Black) authors
- PS 628.P46 - People with disabilities
- PS 628.P84 - Puerto Rican authors
- PS 628.W6 - Women authors
PS 631-634.2 By period
- PS 632 - 19th century
- PS 634 - 20th century
- PS 634.2 - 21st century

PS 700-3626 - Individual authors

Call Number Subject
PS 700-893 Colonial period (17th & 18th centuries)
PS 991-3369 19th century
PS 3500-3549 1900-1960
PS 3550-3576 1961-2000
PS 3600-3626 2001-