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The following print materials link to fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog and the Handbook of Latin American Studies. Links to digitized versions are provided when available.
The following title was created by Library of Congress staff on the topic of Guyane and describe collections with materials related to the country.
The following selection of books offers general reference to the study of Guyanese history and culture.
The Library's Serial and Government Publications Division maintains one of the most extensive collections of newspapers, current periodicals, comic books, and government publications. With over 25,000 non-US titles, it is the largest collection of international newspapers in the world. These materials are served in the Library's Newspaper and Current Periodical Reading Room.
The Library of Congress currently receives the following newspapers from Guyana, which does not include titles attained electronically. The materials linked below provide fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog, including holdings for each title.
While many newspapers are microfilmed, historic collections of newspapers are maintained in bound volumes to preserve the original format: