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ENG 635: Jane Austen and Mary Shelley

Print Materials & Call Numbers

Library of Congress Classification


The Library of Congress Classification is the main system used by the Arizona State University Libraries in the cataloging of our books, journals and media (dvds and videos).

  • The majority of Hayden Library's circulating books by or about Austen will have a location of "Hayden Library Stacks," and because of their call numbers will be shelved on the 3rd floor; see our Hayden Library Level 3 floorplan.

Call Numbers for English Literature

  • See Class P - Language and Literature
  • Subclass PR focuses on English literature.
  • Titles focused on 19th century, 1770/1800-1890/1900 have call numbers within the PR3991-5990 range.

Call Numbers for Jane Austen (1775-1817)

  • Many materials authored by Jane Austen are assigned a PR4034 call number
    [linked search of Library One Search by Library of Congress Call Number browse.]
  • Many materials focused on Jane Austen as subject are assigned a PR4037 call number
    [linked search of Library One Search by Library of Congress Call Number browse.]

Call Numbers for Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1797-1851)

  • Many materials authored by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley are assigned a PR5397 call number
    [linked search of Library One Search by Library of Congress Call Number browse.]
  • Many materials focused on Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley as subject are assigned a PR5398 call number
    [linked search of Library One Search by Library of Congress Call Number browse.]

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