Answered By: Jeremy Hall Last Updated: Sep 12, 2014 Views: 86
No, it is not.
We have many more fiction books on the fourth floor! Class P under the Library of Congress classification system is dedicated to language and literature books. It's broken down largely by language (Spanish, German, English, etc.) and nationality. For example, American literature books can be located in the PS section, whereas English (British) literature are found in PR.
If you are looking for a specific book, you can use OneSearch. Just search for the title/author/keyword you have in mind, and OneSearch will give you the specific call number where you can find the book. For example, Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird is at the following call number: PS3562.E353T66 2010