Often a successful search strategy uses both keyword searching and subject searching:
Do a keyword search to find materials on your topic.
Examine the list of materials to locate one whose content seems to match your topic.
Once you have this one item on the computer screen, look at the subject heading(s) to determine which one best matches your topic.
Books in Comparative Literature correspond to divers ranges of the LC class (P, PN, PQ, PT, etc.,).
To locate them in the stacks, you must look on the following stacks floors in the SML:
Here you can find a detailed directory of the stacks.
To find books, you can search the following main Yale catalogs:
Remember, the catalog will provide only a bibliographic record of the book indicating its call number (physical location of the book in the library).
Search these e-book collections for possible sources, especially if you're away from campus! If you are using them off-campus, you may need to log in with your Yale NetID and password.
Didn't find what you needed in the Yale catalog? Try these catalogs: