Answered By: Gabe Gossett Last Updated: Jan 14, 2016 Views: 102
The system we use in our library to organize books is the Library of Congress classification system. In that system all fiction is included with all other forms of literature, such as poetry, and these are often orgnanized by the region the literature came from. The benefit of using this system is that it puts all of an author's works in the same place. Most of what you might be looking for would be where the call numbers for the books start with PN, PR, or PS. All of these are located on the fourth floor of the Wilson side of the library.
We also have popular fiction on display in the Daylight Lounge on the second floor of the Wilson side of the library.