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Melvil Decimal System: 895.6344

Wording: Literature > Other Languages > East Asian > Japanese > Japanese fiction > 1868-1945 > 1912-1945

Dewmoji: 📚 > 🗨 > 🈯 > 🗾 > ? > ? > ?

0
Information
195,362
ℹ️
1
Philosophy and Psychology
181,943
💭
2
Religion
459,587
🙏🏽
3
Social Sciences
1,012,594
👫
4
Language
129,854
💬
5
Mathematics and Science
321,899
🔬
6
Technology
749,155
💡
7
Arts and Recreation
692,507
🎨
8
Literature
924,331
📚
9
Biography and History
588,443
🗿
80
By Topic
75,018
📚
81
American And Canadian
416,780
🍁
82
English
213,310
🇬🇧
83
German
66,921
🇩🇪
84
French
52,115
🇫🇷
85
Italian
22,093
🇮🇹
86
Spanish And Portuguese
31,288
🇪🇸
87
Latin
5,332
📜
88
Greek and other Classical languages
7,553
🇬🇷
89
Other Languages
33,921
🗨
890
Other Languages
452
891
Literature of other Indo-European languages
16,717
892
Middle Eastern
3,689
893
Literature of Egyptian, Coptic and North African languages
138
🐊
894
Altaic, Finno-Ugric, Uralic and Dravidian literatures
2,247
895
East Asian
8,433
🈯
896
African
828
🐘
897
North American
243
🦃
898
South American
209
🍠
899
Other Literature: Pacific Islands, Basque, Artificial Languages, Georgia, Mesopotamia
965
895.0
General
7
895.1
Chinese
3,172
895.2
6
895.3
9
895.4
Tibet (Buddhism, Mythology, Poetry)
49
895.5
3
895.6
Japanese
3,757
🗾
895.7
Korea
550
895.8
Burma
12
895.9
Vietnam
246
895.60
Japanese literature
230
895.61
Japanese poetry
348
895.62
Japanese drama
73
895.63
Japanese fiction
1,390
895.64
Japanese essays
80
📄
895.65
20
895.66
8
895.67
5
895.68
Authors, Japan and Japanese miscellany
35
👝
895.69
895.630
62
895.631
Early period to 1185
31
895.632
Medieval period, 1185-1603
14
895.633
Tokugawa (Edo) period, 1603-1868
16
895.634
1868-1945
222
895.635
1945-1999
595
895.636
21st Century
277
895.637895.638895.639
895.6340
7
895.6341895.6342
Meiji period
41
895.6343895.6344
1912-1945
93
895.6345895.6346895.6347895.6348895.6349
1
895.63440
11
895.63441895.63442895.63443895.63444895.63445895.63446895.63447895.63448895.63449

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