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 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 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.
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.
ANThology is the first major label album by Alien Ant Farm. Their first single, "Smooth Criminal", was a cover of Michael Jackson's song "Smooth Criminal", which started to bring popularity to the band. The song "Wish" was featured on the video game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 and "Courage" was featured on the video game "Shaun Palmer's Pro Snowboarder".
Anthology was originally released as a triple-album set by legendary Motown family unit, The Jackson 5, in 1976. It was at this point that most of the Jacksons (with the glaring exception of Jermaine Jackson) had left the label to join CBS Records. Motown president Berry Gordy once said that the Jackson 5 were "the last superstars to come off the Motown assembly line"; after the group left the label, Motown would not have another act to equal its success until Boyz II Men in the 1990s.
Bryan Adams' 2005 Anthology contains songs he recorded from 1978 through 2005. The three disc set includes two discs of songs from 1980-2005, and a third disc which is a live concert which was recorded in mid 2005. All the songs are in chronological order of their release, except the last song on the first disc, which was released in 1999.
Anthology was a compilation of Motown hits by pop and R&B singer Michael Jackson with additional hits by The Jackson 5 and rare, unreleased material from 1973. The album was originally released in 1986 and re-released in 1995.
Anthology: The Temptations is one of three greatest hits collections released by Motown Records covering the work of soul/R&B group The Temptations. The initial release was a vinyl three-LP set issued on August 23, 1973, which covered the group's work up to that point. A compact disc double album version was issued in 1986, including five additional tracks recorded between 1973 and 1984.
Anthology is a three-disc/three-cassette box set that provides a comprehensive overview of Selena's brief career. The set is divided into three parts -- a disc of mariachi, a disc of cumbia and a disc of pop recordings, many of which are in English.
Chuck Berry - Anthology was released in 2000 under Chess Records. The album is intended as an overview of Chuck Berry's song-writing career. It is a two-disc anthology which contains 50 tracks of Chuck Berry's finest songs.
Anthology is a 3 CD boxed set of recordings from punk rock band Generation X. Released in 2003, it features a selection of tracks from the band's three studio albums, the previously unreleased studio album Sweet Revenge in its entirety (originally pencilled in to be the band's third album and previously only available as a bootleg release) and a 1978 live recording from Osaka, Japan. Also featured is an interview recorded with bassist Tony James and several studio rarities and alternate mixes.
Anthology is a 2-disc greatest hits album by released by funk/R&B group Cameo in 2002. The collection is arguably the best representation of Cameo released to date, containing 23 of their 26 Top-40 R&B hits. Strangely though, the top 5 "You Make Me Work" is not present.
Anthology is a 3 disc compilation DVD by Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer of Iron Maiden. The DVD features three live performances as well every single promotional video made during Bruce's solo career. The DVD also includes over an hour of extras and unreleased footage.
Anthology is the third compilation album released by Danny Elfman's band Oingo Boingo. Released in 1999, this two disc album contains songs from all of the band's previous albums and some non-album content, such as a new version of Ain't This The Life.
This compilation album is a tribute to the glory and might of Varg Vikernes' Burzum. This CD is not to be considered as a cheap bootleg, but merely a legacy, an anthology... All songs are carefully selected and parts of the profits where donated to the Allgermanic heathenfront program.