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- French 17
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Aside from the resources highlighted here, readers can easily browse for more materials, including some older standards that can still be of use, in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Government reference collection in Shields, from Library of Congress class range Z2171 to about Z2173.
Call Number: Z2172 .M6 Shields umanities/Social Sciences Reference
Publication Date: 1980--present
Previously issued as The Bibliography of French seventeenth century studies (Modern Language Association, French Group III), no.1-25(1952-1977).
French XX bibliography. Bibliography for the Study of French Literature and Culture since 1885
Call Number: Z2173 .M62 Shields Humanities/Social Sciences Reference
Publication Date: Vol. 5--(1969)--present
Previously issued as French VII Bibliography of Critical and Biographical References for the Study of Contemporary French Literature, Vols 1-4 (1949-1968).
Bibliographie der Französischen Literaturwissenschaft
Call Number: Z2171 .B5 Shields Humanities/Social Sciences Reference
Publication Date: Vol. 1-- (1956--present)
Initial section for "Generalities" is followed by organization by historical period, and concluding with a section devoted to French literature outside France. Subject and name indexing in each annual volume.
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