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Germanic Studies

About the collection

The Germanic Studies collection at the Bloomington Libraries is rich and deep. It covers, for the most part at the research level, the history and criticism of German literature; fiction, poetry, drama, theater, and other materials relating to letters and literary life; publications in German about literature, its subdivisions and aspects; and most categories of linguistic materials on the German language. Dutch materials are acquired at the instructional support level. Scandinavian materials are acquired largely in translation, but with coverage of the works of major writers in the original language. Historical strengths include Goethe, Schiller, and the eighteenth century; material published since World War Two and especially after 1950; Expressionism; exile literature; and literary almanacs.

The bulk of the collection is housed in the Wells Library and the Auxiliary Library Facility. Related collection locations include the Lilly Library.

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