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Books in the Library have different loan periods:
- 1 Day Loan
- 3 Day Loan
- Standard (borrower category dependent)
More information on borrowing books can be found at:
James Hardiman Library Borrowing
Books for French
Books relating to French are mainly located on Floor 1. Some books are located in Closed Access and can be requested. There are also e-books available from the library catalogue.
L' Etranger by Murder -- Fiction; Algeria -- Fiction
Call Number: 843.91 CAM
Publication Date: 1942-01-01
The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of Paris by Introduction: The city as book / Anna-Louise Milne -- The Marais: 'Paris' in the seventeenth century / Joan DeJean -- Libertine Paris / Stephane Van Damne -- The Faubourg Saint-Antoine: epicentre of revolution? / Tom Stammers -- Honore de Balzac's 'idea' of Paris / Owen Heathcote -- Circulation in Baudelaire's Paris / Maria Scott -- The remaking of Paris: Zola and Haussmann / Brian Nelson -- Paris-lesbos: Colette's haunts / Nicole G. Albert -- Celine and Montmartre: Bohemia and music hall -- / Nicholas Hewitt -- Surrealist literature and urban crime / Jeremy Stubbs -- The location of experiment: 'modernist Paris' / Geoff Gilbert -- Banlieue blues / Alec G. Hargreaves -- Paris: city of disappearances / Michael Sheringham.
Call Number: 840.93244361 CAM
Publication Date: 2013-08-01
Dictionaries, encyclopedias and other reference works can be an invaluable starting point for your research or study. Print reference works for French are mainly located in Humanities and Social Sciences Reference on Floor 1.
Online Reference Works
Examples of useful online reference works for French include:
From the Special Collections
More Information on Books
Some useful links on borrowing books from the Library
Guide to the Dewey Decimal System
Our books are catalogued using the Dewey Decimal System. Our guide to this classification scheme will help you to identify the shelf numbers for your specific subject area.