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THE NOVEL-- 

SELECTED RESOURCES


Keeley Library  Revised January 23, 2001

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  • Writing--Elements of Fiction
  • Literature
  • American Literature
  • English Literature
  • Scriptwriting
  • American Lit.., Early 20thCentury
  • BACKGROUND INFORMATION ABOUT THE NOVEL

    in World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago:World Book, 2001 
    Ref. 031 W927 1990 v. 14
     inEncyclopedia Americana. Danbury, CT:Grolier, 1999
    Ref. 031 E56A 1999 v. 20
    Seidel, Michael. "Novel"  v. 14   Kroeber, Karl. "Novel" v. 20

    NOVELS:  BROWSING GUIDE  800'S
     See our guides ,Finding Your Way in the Library, and  Library Floor Plan to locate books on the shelves.

    813      American Fiction in English
    823      English  Fiction
    833      German Fiction
    843      French  Fiction
    853      Italian  Fiction
    863     Spanish Fiction
    869              Portuguese Literature
    873     Latin Epic Poetry and Fiction
    883     Classical Greek Epic Poetry and Fiction
    890     Literature of Other Languages

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    Fiction Novel Fantasy fiction  Science fiction 
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    Crime writing--Fiction Narration (Rhetoric)  Creative writing.  Crime--Research. 
    Fiction--Technique Description (Rhetoric)  Fiction--Authorship. Characters and characteristics in literature.

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    REFERENCE BOOKS


    Guides
    Novels for Students 
    Critical Survey  of Long Fiction Foreign Language Series 
    Critical Survey of Long Fiction English Language Series
    Identities and Issues in Literature
    Ref. 809.3 N939
    Ref. 809.2 C934
    Ref. 821.009 C934
    Ref. 810.992 I19
    Criticism Literature Criticism from 1400-1800
    Nineteenth Century Literary Criticism
    Contemporary Literary Criticism
    Twentieth Century Literary Criticism
    Ref. 809.03 L776
    Ref. 809. 034 N714
    Ref. 809.04 C761
    Ref. 809.04 T971
    Anthologies Masterworks of World Literature Ref. 808.8 E93
    Digests Masterpieces of World Literature in Digest Form
    Masterplots II World Fiction Series
    Masterplots II : American  Fiction series
    Masterplots II  British and Commonwealth Fiction Series
    Ref. 808.8 M194
    REf. 809.3 M423wo
    Ref. 809.3 M423
    Ref. 823.009 M423

    BOOKS IN THE CIRCULATING COLLECTION

    The stuff of fiction. 808.3 B796
    An Introduction to fiction 809.3 I61
    The order of fiction, an introduction  809.3 B655
    Realism and romanticism in fiction; an approach to the novel 809.3 R288
    The new fiction; interviews with innovative American writers 813.0095 B435
    Aspects of the novel 808.3 F733
    Discussions of the novel.  809.3 D611
    Aspects of fiction; a handbook.  809.3 A838

    INTERNET RESOURCES

    Writing a Critique of a Novel Comparing a Movie to the Novel Which Inspired It 
    The Fiction Writer's Page Various Comments on the American Novel (PAL)
    The Top Ten Plotting Problems The Frontier in American Literature

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