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French Language and Literature: Home

This guide outlines key resources and strategies for searching French language and literature at the Syracuse University Library

Classification of Library Resources

French language and literature materials are organized in the following manner:

 

History and Criticism:


PQ1-150          General


PQ151-221      Medieval


PQ226-307      Modern


PQ400-491      Poetry


PQ500-591      Drama


PQ601-771      Prose and Prose Fiction


PQ781-841      Folk Literature

 

Collections:


PQ1101-1141  General


PQ1161-1193  Poetry


PQ1211-1241  Drama


PQ1243-1297  Prose

 

Old French Literature (to ca. 1500-1550):


PQ1300-1391  Collections

 

Individual Authors and Works:


PQ1411-1545  1350AD-1400AD


PQ1551-1595  1400AD-ca. 1525Ad

 

Modern Literature Individual Authors:

PQ1600-1709  Sixteenth Century


PQ1710-1935  Seventeenth Century


PQ1947-2147  Eighteenth Century


PQ2149-2551  Nineteenth Century


PQ2600-2651  Twentieth Century


PQ3801-3999  Provincial, Local, Colonial

 

Other Library Holdings (Dewey Decimal):


840      Literature of Romance Languages


841      French Poetry


842      French Drama


843      French Fiction


844      French Essays


845      French Speeches


846      French Letters


847      French Satire and Humor


848      French Miscellaneous Writings


849      Provençal and Catalan

Recent Acquisitions

Astbury, Katherine. Narrative Responses to the Trauma of the French Revolution. London: Legenda, 2012. Print. Bird-5th Floor PQ538 .F45 2013

 

Brownlee, Kevin, and Stephen G. Nichols. Images of Power: Medieval History, Discourse, Literature. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1986. Print. Bird-5th Floor PQ151 .I42 1986



Feilla, Cecilia. The Sentimental Theatre of the French Revolution: Performing Virtue. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2013. Print. Bird-5th Floor PQ538 .F45 2013

 

Legault, Marianne. Female Intimacies in Seventeenth-century French Literature. Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2012. Print. Bird-5th Floor PQ245 .L44 2012

 

Morrey, Douglas. Michel Houellebecq: Humanity and Its Aftermath. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2013. Print. Bird-5th Floor
PQ2668.O77 Z727 2013

 

Pierce, Gillian Borland. Scapeland: Writing the Landscape from Diderot's Salons to the Postmodern Museum. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2012. Print. Bird-5th Floor PQ145.6.S55 P54 2012

 

Sipe, Daniel. Text, Image, and the Problem with Perfection in Nineteenth-century France: Utopia and Its Afterlives. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2013. Print. Bird-5th Floor PQ145.6.U6 S57 2013

 

Stedman, Allison. Rococo Fiction in France, 1600-1715: Seditious Frivolity. Lewisburg, Pa: Bucknell UP, 2013. Print. Bird-5th Floor PQ645 .S65 2013

 

Subject Guide

Barbara Opar

French Department Link

SURFACE

SURFACE is an online repository of scholarly output from Syracuse University.  Here you can find articles, presentations, and other materials from the French Department.

Faculty Publications

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