Search Tips and Tricks
When searching for materials you can search by either the author, title, or subject/keyword. For author or title searches, you would simply need to enter either the name of the author or the title of the work in which you are searching. For keyword/subject searching, try to use a variety of one or two-word phrases that describe your topic to yield the results for which you are looking. You may also try to use some of the advanced search options and use and, or, & not between different keywords and keyword phrases.
LC Classification - Literature
Our books are arranged in the Library of Congress Classification System. To see how books arranged in Literature, please see the links below:
In literature, you may begin knowing the author or title of a literary work. If this is the case you can begin by searching via author or title, but may also combine your author/title terms with possible themes and topic. Here are some sample keywords to illustrate how you can begin searching for information resources on literature: