Department of English

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1.0 Literary Research Guides and Guides to Reference Sources

2.0 General Bibliographies

3.0 Standard Bibliographies of English Literature and Scholarship

4.0 Annual Bibliographies of Literary Scholarship
4.1 All Periods
4.2 Period Bibliographies
4.3 National Literature Bibliographies

5.0 Annual Bibliographies of General Literature

6.0 Books in Print

7.0 Book Reviews (Retrospective and Current)

8.0 Finding Lists and Bibliographies of Periodicals and Newspapers
8.1 Periodicals
8.2 Newspapers

9.0 Dissertations

10.0 Research in Progress

11.0 National Library Catalogues and National Bibliography (Current)

12.0 Short-Title Catalogues and Other Lists of 15th- to 19th-Century Books

13.0 Manuscripts and Archives

14.0 Drama

15.0 Poetry

16.0 Prose

17.0 Histories of Literature

18.0 Bibliography and Dictionaries of the English Language

19.0 Biographical Reference Works

20.0 Copyright and Censorship

21.0 Physical Bibliography
21.1 Bibliographical Theory & Textual Criticism
21.2 Publishing History and History of the Book
21.2.1 General Histories
21.2.2 Indexes, etc., of Printers and Booksellers, 1475-1900
21.2.3 Printing
21.2.4 Typography
21.2.5 Binders and Binding, 1648-1900
21.2.6 Paper
21.2.7 Handwriting

22.0 Some Bibliographical Terms

23.0 Some Bibliographical Symbols

24.0 Paper Sizes

25.0 Major Libraries

26.0 Essential Electronic Resources
Guides to Primary Resources
Guides to Secondary Sources
Library Catalogues

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