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The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC, also called the Dewey Decimal System) is a proprietary system of library classification developed by Melvil Dewey in 1876, and has since then been greatly modified and expanded through twenty-two major revisions, the most recent in 2004.

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800
   represents   
Literature & Rhetoric
801
   represents   
Philosophy & Theory
802
   represents   
Miscellany
803
   represents   
Dictionaries & Encyclopedias
805
   represents   
Serial Publications
806
   represents   
Organizations
807
   represents   
Education, Research, Related Topics
808
   represents   
Rhetoric & Collections of Literature
809
   represents   
Literary History & Criticism
810
   represents   
American Literature in English
811
   represents   
Poetry
812
   represents   
Drama
813
   represents   
Fiction
814
   represents   
Essays
815
   represents   
Speeches
816
   represents   
Letters
817
   represents   
Satire & Humor
818
   represents   
Miscellaneous Writings
820
   represents   
English & Old English Literatures
821
   represents   
English Poetry
822
   represents   
English Drama
823
   represents   
English Fiction
824
   represents   
English Essays
825
   represents   
English Speeches
826
   represents   
English Letters
827
   represents   
English Satire & Humor
828
   represents   
English Miscellaneous Writings
829
   represents   
Old English (Anglo-Saxon)
830
   represents   
Literatures of Germanic Languages
831
   represents   
German Poetry
832
   represents   
German Drama
833
   represents   
German Fiction
834
   represents   
German Essays
835
   represents   
German Speeches
836
   represents   
German Letters
837
   represents   
German Satire & Humor
838
   represents   
German Miscellaneous Writings
839
   represents   
Other Germanic Literatures
840
   represents   
Literatures of Romance Languages
841
   represents   
French Poetry
842
   represents   
French Drama
843
   represents   
French Fiction
844
   represents   
French Essays
845
   represents   
French Speeches
846
   represents   
French Letters
847
   represents   
French Satire & Humor
848
   represents   
French Miscellaneous Writings
849
   represents   
Provencal & Catalan
850
   represents   
Italian, Romanian, Rhaeto-Romanic
851
   represents   
Italian Poetry
852
   represents   
Italian Drama
853
   represents   
Italian Fiction
854
   represents   
Italian Essays
855
   represents   
Italian Speeches
856
   represents   
Italian Letters
857
   represents   
Italian Satire & Humor
858
   represents   
Italian Miscellaneous Writings
859
   represents   
Romanian & Rhaeto-Romanic
860
   represents   
Spanish & Portuguese Literatures
861
   represents   
Spanish Poetry
862
   represents   
Spanish Drama
863
   represents   
Spanish Fiction
864
   represents   
Spanish Essays
865
   represents   
Spanish Speeches
866
   represents   
Spanish Letters
867
   represents   
Spanish Satire & Humor
868
   represents   
Spanish Miscellaneous Writings
869
   represents   
Portuguese
870
   represents   
Italic Literatures Latin
871
   represents   
Latin Poetry
872
   represents   
Latin Dramatic Poetry & Drama
873
   represents   
Latin Epic Poetry & Fiction
874
   represents   
Latin Lyric Poetry
875
   represents   
Latin Speeches
876
   represents   
Latin Letters
877
   represents   
Latin Satire & Humor
878
   represents   
Latin Miscellaneous Writings
879
   represents   
Literatures of Other Italic Languages
880
   represents   
Hellenic Literatures Classical Greek
881
   represents   
Classical Greek Poetry
882
   represents   
Classical Greek Drama
883
   represents   
Classical Greek Epic Poetry & Fiction
884
   represents   
Classical Greek Lyric Poetry
885
   represents   
Classical Greek Speeches
886
   represents   
Classical Greek Letters
887
   represents   
Classical Greek Satire & Humor
888
   represents   
Classical Greek Miscellaneous Writings
889
   represents   
Modern Greek
890
   represents   
Literatures of Other Languages
891
   represents   
East Indo-European & Celtic
892
   represents   
Afro-Asiatic Literatures Semitic
893
   represents   
Non-Semitic Afro-Asiatic Literatures
894
   represents   
Ural-Altaic, Paleosiberian, Dravidian
895
   represents   
Literatures of East & Southeast Asia
896
   represents   
African Literatures
897
   represents   
North American Native Literatures
898
   represents   
South Anerican Native Literatures
899
   represents   
Other Literatures


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