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A guide to resources for the study of the French language and literatures in French.

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This research guide will point you to print and electronic resources available to you as you do your research at Rutgers. Visit this guide regularly to check for newly acquired materials.

The collection for French language and literature is housed mainly at the Alexander Library. The materials on women and gender issues in France and in Francophone nations is located in the Douglass Library, as is the media collection.

Chemical laboratory, Paris. Showing instruments, furnaces, vessels, etc., from the Encyclopedie ou Dictionnaire Raisonne des Sciences, 1760, engraving, Wellcome Library, London. http://wellcomeimages.org/indexplus/image/M0009395.html.

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