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Russ271W/IDS285W: Imperial Russian Culture and Literature

Emory Library Catalog and Worldcat

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Library of Congress Call Number Ranges for Russian History and Literature


Call Number Ranges for shelf or online browsing

Russian History  Russian Literature 
DK1 - DK949.5: History of Russia. Soviet Union. Former Soviet Republics
DK33 - DK 35.5 Ethnography
DK36 - DK293 History
     DK70 - DK112.42 History: Earliest to 1613
          DK70 - DK99.7 Rus'
          DK99.8 - DK112.42 Muscovy
     DK112.8 - DK264.8 House of Romanov, 1613-1917
     DK265 - DK265.95 Revolution, 1917-1921
PG2900 - PG3026 for General Russian Literature History and Criticism
PG3041 - PG3065 for Russian Poetry History and Criticism
PG3071 - PG3089 for Russian Drama History and Criticism
PG3091 - PG3099 for Russian Prose History and Criticism
PG3100 - PG3155 for Folk Literature
PG3220 - PG3447 for Works by and about Individual Authors 1800-1970
PG3325 - PG3328 for Works by and about Dostoevsky
PG3332 - PG3335 for Works by and about Gogol'
PG3340 - PG3359 for Works by and about Pushkin
PG3365 - PG3417 for Works by and about L.N. Tolstoy
PG3420 - PG34445 for Works by and about Turgenev
PG3455 - PG3458 for Works by and about Chekhov


Tips for Searching Russian Names in the Online Catalog

 Be aware that transliteration from the Russian Cyrillic alphabet to the roman alphabet can render a person's name or a work's title in several different ways. In general, we use the Library of Congress transliteration table but often, especially with well known authors or composers, exception is made so that a popularly accepted spelling is used (for example, we use Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, instead of Petr Ilich Chaikovskii).