The English Collection is on the first floor of the Main Library in the Wilkins building. The collection covers English and American language and literature across all time periods and genres.
The Literature collection is along the North corridor that leads to the English Collection, this contains literary topics not specific to a national literature, such as literary theory and comparative literature. It also includes literary works translated into English from other languages.
The library catalogue is the main tool to find books, journals and other materials (either in print or online) held in UCL libraries. On the catalogue, you will find the location details of the materials you are looking for: Library, Collection and Shelfmark.
For further help with finding, using and citing e-books, take a look at our Electronic books (e-books) Guide.
The Language & Speech Science (LASS) Library holds materials to support the study of Language and Linguistics.
School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) library: includes major holdings of the history and literature of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia.
The Library provides access to many important reference works online:
A brief guide to finding and accessing e-books via UCL Explore.
ReadingLists @UCL is an online service that gives students easy access to materials on their reading lists wherever they are, and allows academic staff to create and update their own reading lists.