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ENGL 4397/ 5350- Modernist Women Writers: Welcome

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Subject Headings

All books, whether in print or online, are assigned subject headings, usually by the Library of Congress.  These subject headings are useful in identifying specific resources even when the title of the book may not be all that helpful.  Sometimes, however, the subject heading might not be the one that immediately springs to mind.  Here are a few hints:

France--History--Revolution, 1789-1799 (used instead of French Revolution)

Great Britain (includes England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland since 1707)

English literature-- 18th century  or ( you could use 19th century)

Romanticism-- Great Britain

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. (1772-1834) -- Political and social views

If all else fails, do a keyword or title search in either the UT Tyler Library Catalog or in WorldCat, find at least one book on your topic, look at the bottom of the record to the subject headings, and click on those hotlinks to find other books on the same subject.

Subject Guide

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