This page presents an alphabetical list of Library of Congress Subject Headings focused upon English women authors for which the ASU Library Catalog produces one or more matching results.
The Browse option for our Library One Search has been used to create a list of relevant Library of Congress Subject Headings focused upon English women authors.
The Browse option from the Library of Congress Catalog has also been used to create a list of relevant Library of Congress Subject Headings focused upon English women authors.
Searches of the ASU Library Catalog for each of those unique subject headings have been done, and only those subject headings with one or more matches are listed below.
Each subject heading can potentially have three hyperlinked searches. The first link is for all matches (print and electronic), the second is for those subject headings with electronic ("Full Text Online") matches, and a third hyperlink is provided when one or more of the results is an open access full-text online result.
Example: English Women Authors
English Women Authors: Linked Subject Heading Searches of the ASU Library Catalog
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