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Answered By Library Staff Last Updated: Aug 31, 2015 Views: 20
Yes, the library has many works of fiction for recreational reading in the collection.
We shelve the fiction and nonfiction books according to the Library of Congress classification system. Using this system means that fiction and literary criticism are shelved in the P section with call numbers according to the author’s country of origin and time period.
English Fiction - PR section (Jane Austen, J.K. Rowling, William Shakespeare)
American Fiction - PS section (Maya Angelou, Ernest Hemingway, Stephen King)
Young Adult Fiction - PZ section
Graphic Novels - PN section
Note: Critical works on fiction (literary criticism) and translations are shelved side by side with the novels.
You can also search the library's catalog for fiction by title or author.