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Melvil Decimal System: 863.5

Wording: Literature > Spanish And Portuguese > Spanish fiction > 19th Century (1800-1900)

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Information
174,304
鈩癸笍
1
Philosophy and Psychology
161,748
馃挱
2
Religion
423,003
馃檹馃徑
3
Social Sciences
881,215
馃懌
4
Language
117,983
馃挰
5
Mathematics and Science
273,951
馃敩
6
Technology
639,220
馃挕
7
Arts and Recreation
651,263
馃帹
8
Literature
864,955
馃摎
9
Biography and History
550,626
馃椏
80
By Topic
67,171
馃摎
81
American And Canadian
396,366
馃崄
82
English
199,987
馃嚞馃嚙
83
German
61,987
馃嚛馃嚜
84
French
48,616
馃嚝馃嚪
85
Italian
20,866
馃嚠馃嚬
86
Spanish And Portuguese
26,886
馃嚜馃嚫
87
Latin
4,888
馃摐
88
Greco e altre lingue classiche
6,895
馃嚞馃嚪
89
Other Languages
31,293
馃棬
860
Spanish Literature
2,456
861
Spanish poetry
4,571
862
Spanish drama
1,606
馃幁
863
Spanish fiction
12,342
864
Spanish essays
628
馃搫
865
Speeches, addresses, etc., Spanish
80
866
Spanish letters
38
867
Spanish wit and humor
114
馃槀
868
Authors, Spanish and Spanish miscellany
1,483
馃憹
869
Portuguese Literature
3,568
馃嚨馃嚬
863.0
493
863.1
16
863.2
Age of Imitation (1369-1516)
42
863.3
Golden Age (1516-1700)
411
863.4
18th Century (1700-1800)
68
863.5
19th Century (1800-1900)
278
863.6
20th Century
4,243
863.7
21st Century
918
863.8
81
863.9
38
863.50
22
863.51
2
863.52863.53863.54
4
863.55863.56
1
863.57863.58863.59
2

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1922 Edition
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MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.

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