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French Language and Literature

Use this guide to discover French Language and Literature resources available to you at Mason.

Find Books at Mason

 

Still can't find the item? Use Interlibrary Loan (ILL) to request books, media and articles from other libraries when they are not available at Mason or the WRLC. Start your research early if you want to take advantage of this wonderful service as it can take up to 2 weeks.

Call Numbers for Books- French Language and Literature

Most books pertaining to French Language and Literature are located at the Fenwick and Johnson Center libraries, and can be found in the following call number area(s):

  • PC2001-3761: French Language
  • PQ1-3999: French Language Literature (includes English translations)

- most French language literature books by or about a given author are shelved together

- if you don't see a book on the shelves, try searching the Mason Libraries Catalog

 

 

Catalog Tips.

Finding  language materials:

  • Go to the GMU Libraries Catalog
  • Click on the "Set Limits" link
  • From the "Language" pull-down menu, select what you need
  • Click on the "Set Limits" button
  • Click on the "Builder Search" tab

(this works in the WRLC Catalog too)