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Use STYLE 6* Qualifier codes WITH appropriate subject codes for: indicating the particular style of artistic or creative expression covered by the works content, such as a book on art, architecture, fashion, dance, music, (all A* categories) or with literary studies, e.g. use 6RA with DC* to indicate Romantic Poetry or 6EH to indicate Epic poetry. Use with: A*, D* and YN* and other categories as appropriate and with PLACE 1* Qualifiers when the content is about the style in a particular country or region. DO NOT USE: code “6” itself, but select appropriate specific qualifiers from section 6*
DO NOT USE 6V on individual books, this is a place holder only for all the styles that start with the letter V in the English version
Class here: Weiner Sezessionstil, Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Österreichs.
See also: 6AD Art Nouveau, 6BD Berliner Sezession, 6SG Secession Groups
Class here: Oseberg, Borre, Jelling, Mammem, Ringerike and Urnes styles
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