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|D||Biography, Literature and Literary studies
Use all D* codes for: specialist and general adult titles. DO NOT USE: code ‘D’ itself, but select specific categories from section D*. Use all D* codes with: other subject categories and qualifiers where appropriate, in particular STYLE 6*, PLACE 1*, LANGUAGE 2* or TIME PERIOD 3* Qualifiers
Use all DC* codes with: STYLE 6* Qualifiers as appropriate
|DCQ||Poetry anthologies (various poets)
Class here: anthologies of poems by genre or by tradition. Use with: DCA or DCC or DCR* as appropriate; PLACE 1* Qualifiers only to indicate national context where significant, e.g. an anthology of the poetry of Australia or the poetry of Mexico; TIME PERIOD 3* qualifiers for an anthology of a specific period; LANGUAGE 2* Qualifiers only with poetry anthologies where the language of the poems is a key part of the content, e.g. an anthology of Anglo-Saxon poetry in both Anglo-Saxon and a modern translation, meant to be used for improving understanding of Anglo-Saxon.
See also: DNT Anthologies: general
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