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Languages, Literatures & Cultures

A guide to library resources to those studying languages and cultures

Reading eBooks

There are three ways to read eBooks:

  1. Read in your browser
  2. Download to your laptop or tablet
  3. Print one or more pages

In most instances, you will be prompted to log in via Central Login before the eBook is displayed, whether or not you are on or off campus.

The steps to download or print an eBook are dependent on the publisher's website. Consult our eBook Guide for specific information about each format.

Books specific to Your Major

Look at our Understanding Call Numbers guide for more information.

Most books on literature, literary study, literary criticism, and linguistics can be found on the 6th floor of Milner Library.

Look in these call number ranges for most books on the above topics.  For specific details of call numbers starting with P, the Library of Congress created this guide.

Call Number Range Subject
P Philology. Linguistics
PD Germanic language (study of)
PE English language (study of)
PJ Oriental languages and literatures
PQ French, Italian, Spanish literatures
PR English literature from the British Isles
PS American literature
PT German literature
PZ Fiction and juvenile belles lettres

Interested in how long you can check out a book? View the list of loan periods Milner resources.

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