Class p language and literature subclass p philology

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Class P -- Language and Literature Subclass P Philology. Linguistics Subclass PA Greek language and literature. Latin language and literature Subclass PB Modern languages. Celtic languages and literature Subclass PC Romanic languages Subclass PD Germanic languages. Scandinavian languages Subclass PE English language Subclass PF West Germanic languages Subclass PG Slavic languages and literatures. Baltic languages. Albanian language Subclass PH Uralic languages. Basque language Subclass PJ Oriental languages and literatures Subclass PK Indo-Iranian languages and literatures Subclass PL Languages and literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania Subclass PM Hyperborean, Native American, and artificial languages Subclass PN Literature (General) Subclass PQ French literature Italian literature Spanish literature Portuguese literature Subclass PR English literature Subclass PS American literature Subclass PT German literature Dutch literature Flemish literature since 1830 Afrikaans literature -Scandinavian literature Old Norse literature: Old Icelandic and Old Norwegian Modern Icelandic literature Faroese literature Danish literature Norwegian literature Swedish literature Subclass PZ Fiction and juvenile belles lettres
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Divisions Each subclass is further subdivided into divisions that represent components of the subclass to specify form, place, time & subtopics. These are denoted by integers 1-9999, some with decimal extension. Some subtopics may also be denoted by a Cutter number (e.g., .S35). For example, following are some divisions of subclass PK. Subclass PK PK1-(9601) Indo-Iranian philology and literature PK1-85 General PK101-2899 Indo-Aryan languages PK101-185 General PK(201)-379 Vedic PK401-976 Sanskrit PK1001-1095 Pali PK1201-1409.5 Prakrit PK1421-1429.5 Apabhramsa PK1471-1490 Middle Indo-Aryan dialects PK1501-2899 Modern Indo-Aryan languages PK1550-2899 Particular languages and dialects PK1550-1569 Assamese PK1651-(1799) Bengali PK1801-1831.95 Bihari PK1841-1870.95 Gujarati PK1931-2212 Hindi, Urdu, Hindustani languages and literatures PK1931-1970 Hindi language PK1971-1979.5 Urdu language PK1981-2000 Hindustani language PK2030-2142 Hindi, Hindustani literatures PK2151-2212 Urdu literature
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Schedule Format Outline - The outline consists of a detailed summary of the topics as well as subtopics. First, there is a broad outline with subclasses, which serves as the table of contents in the print schedules. It is followed by a detailed outline with 2 or 3 levels of hierarchy. There are 41 printed volumes of individual classification schedules for the main classes and subclasses of LCC. Each print schedule consists of a preface, a contents page, broad outline of the schedule, followed by the main body of the schedule, tables, and index.
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  • Fall '19
  • Hindi, Indo-European languages, Urdu, LCC, Indo-Aryan languages, Hindustani language

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