A discourse on flowers.
A collection of flowers; a garland.
A collection of flowers of literature, that is, beautiful passages from authors; a collection of poems or epigrams; -- particularly applied to a collection of ancient Greek epigrams.
A collection of short works, such as poems, short stories or essays, by more than one author. Example: The American cartoon album; an anthology of cartoon humor
a collection of selected literary pieces or passages or works of art or music.
A collection of writings by one or more authors, published as a single work.
a collection of short stories written by various authors, compiled in a journal or a book, or a gathering of works by one author.
A collection of choice extracts, usually poetry, or on one subject, form the writings of one author, or various authors, and having a common characteristic such as subject matter or literary form.
the most common type of zine; a collection of short stories, usually by different authors
A collection of selected musical or literary works or passages.
a an impressive and inherently fascinating collection of excerpts from classical and distinguished literature celebrating the inspiration, interplay of art and nature, and bounty of the garden
a collection of articles, essays, stories, poetry or other generally short forms of written work, put together by one or more editors, which contains one (or sometimes a few) written pieces from each of various author contributors
a collection of articles, short stories, plays or poems in a book
a collection of literary works, originally of poems, but in recent years its usage has broadened
a collection of poems by the famous Hindi poet Bachchan
a collection of poems, stories, literary criticisms, etc
a collection of poems usually by various authors
a collection of short unrelated stories, essays, anecdotes, incidences etc
a collection of works that, while they may have very different plot lines, mostly cover the same themes
a comprehensive collection of poems written by and about Saints Francis and Clare
a definitive one-volume collection of key primary texts for the study of bioethics
a multicultural, multigenre collection celebrating the quality and diversity of nineteenth century American women's expression
a selected work of literary passages
a set text for the AQA's GCSE syllabuses for English and English Literature Specification A
a collection of selected musical or literary works or excerpts
a collection of the works of various authors, musicians, or artists, sometimes limited to a particular subject.
A collection of literary works by different authors, often limited to a specific subject, genre, or time period. APA style - A set of rules and guidelines for citing references as well as preparing and submitting manuscripts for publication from the American Psychological Association. These rules are detailed in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (the most recent version is available at the Reference Desk.) For more information and examples -- Citing References: APA Style - user guide See also -- Citation
A book containing a collection of writings by several different authors. The person who puts such a book together is called the editor.
A collection of short stories written by various authors, compiled in one book or journal.
Collection of stories, plays, and/or poems, selected by an editor.
(drama)a presentation based on a collection of materials such as poetry, narration, essay, song, etc., based on a theme.
A collection of published works by one or more authors, sometimes organized by chronology or by a particular theme. (ex. An Anthology of Women's Literature).
A compilation of writings or poems from one or more authors focusing on a particular subject or literary form.
a collection of individual works, usually by more than one author. EXAMPLE: An Anthology of Japanese Short Stories.
collection of selected literary or literary works or excerpts.
A collection of short literary works, such as essays or stories. Anthologies are usually published in book form.
a collection of writings, usually having common characteristics such as subject matter, literary form or from one author.
A thematically-linked collection of works or extracts by various authors.
a collection of literary pieces by more than one author.
A collection of writings by one or more authors, usually having a common characteristic such as subject matter, literary form, or time period.
A collection of extracts from the writings of various authors.
A collection of pieces by more than one author brought together as one work.
A collection of stories, poems, essays, and/or selections from larger works (and so forth), usually carrying a unifying theme or concept. These selections may be written by different authors or by a single author. Anthologies are compiled as opposed to written; their editors (as opposed to authors) are responsible for securing the needed reprint rights for the material used, as well as supplying (or providing authors for) pertinent introductory or supplementary material and/or commentary.
A collection of books in one volume
a collection of published works (poems, plays, essays, etc.) by one or more authors.
A collection of extracts from the works of various authors, sometimes limited to poetry of a particular subject (e.g. Norton's Anthology of English Literature ).
A collection of writings compiled into a book. up to directory
An anthology, literally "a garland" or "collection of flowers", is a collection of literary works, originally of poems, but its usage has broadened to be applied to collections of short stories and comic strips. In genre fiction and especially science fiction, anthology is used to categorize collections of shorter works such as short stories, Novelettes up through short novels all collected into a (usually single) volume for publication.