Compilations pt. 4-Commentaries, etc. - TPOT

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RDA Special Topics: Compilations &
Collaborations—Pt. 4
Ana Lupe Cristán
Policy and Standards Division
Revised July 2012
Adapted for UC San Diego Catalogers
Presented September 5, 2013 by
Shi Deng and Marilú Vallejo
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Agenda
What are we covering today:
• RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, annotations, illustrative
content, etc., added to a previously existing work
• LC Classification & Shelflisting Manual on criticism and
commentaries, etc. (F632, F570, G340)
What have covered:
 Compilations vs. collaboration
 Compilations of works by one creator
 Compilations of translations/language editions
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
If:
the work consists of a previously existing work with added
commentary, annotations, illustrative content, etc.
and
it is presented as the work of the person, family, or corporate body
responsible for the commentary, etc.
then:
construct the authorized access point representing the work by
combining (in this order):
a) the authorized access point representing the person (see
9.19.1), family (see 10.10.1), or corporate body (see 11.13.1)
responsible for the commentary, etc., as applicable
b) the preferred title for the commentary, etc. (see 6.2.2).
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Three treatments, depending on the situation
1. Presented as the work of the commentator,
annotator, illustrator, etc.
2. Presented simply as an edition of the previously
existing work
3. Presented as a compilation of separately titled works,
one or more of which is a commentary, etc.
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Situation #1
Presented as the work of the commentator, annotator,
illustrator, etc.
– Follow 6.27.1.6 and treat as a new work
– Make an analytic added entry for the original work
(LC-PCC PS for 25.1)
LC-PCC PS 25.1: If RDA 6.27.1.6 is being applied to identify
the work as a commentary, include in the bibliographic
record an authorized access point for the original resource
as a related work.
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Situation #1 – Example 1
Presented as the work of the commentator, annotator,
illustrator, etc.
100 1# $a Hastings, Gerard, $e author, $e writer of added
commentary.
245 10 $a Drawing to a close : $b the final journals of Keith
Vaughan / $c Gerard Hastings.
60010 $a Vaughan, Keith, $d 1912-1977 $v Diaries.
650 #0 $a Painters $z England $v Diaries.
700 12 $i Contains (Work): $a Vaughan, Keith, $d 1912-1977. $t
Diaries. $k Selections.
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Situation #1 – Example 2
Presented as the work of the commentator, annotator,
illustrator, etc.
100 1# $a Lambert-Hurley, Siobhan, $e author, $e writer of added
commentary.
245 10 $a Atiya's journeys : $b a Muslim woman from colonial
Bombay to Edwardian Britain / $c Siobhan Lambert-Hurley and Sunil
Sharma.
500 ## $a Includes the full English translation of Atiya FyzeeRahamin’s Time of education.
700 12 $i Contains (Expression): $aFyzee-Rahamin, Atiya Begum, $d
1876-1967. $t Zamanah-yi taḥṣil. $l English.
700 1# $a Sharma, Sunil , $d 1964- $e author, $e translator, $e writer
of added commentary.
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Situation #1 – Example 3
Presented as the work of the commentator, annotator,
illustrator, etc.
100 1# $a Alpers, Paul J, $e author, $e writer of added
commentary.
245 14 $a The singer of the Eclogues : $b a study of Virgilian
pastoral, with a new translation of the Eclogues / $c Paul Alpers.
500 ## $a Includes parallel Latin text and English translation of
Virgil's 'Eclogues
600 00 $a Virgil. $t Bucolica.
650 #0 $a Pastoral poetry, Latin $x History and criticism.
650 #0 $a Pastoral poetry, Latin $v Translations into English.
700 02 $i Contains (Expression): $a Virgil. $t Bucolica.
700 02 $i Contains (Expression): $a Virgil. $t Bucolica. $l English.
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Situation #2
Presented simply as an edition of the previously existing
work
– Treat it as an expression of the original work
– *Optionally, make 7XX authorized access point(s)
for contributors that made comments, annotations,
illustrations, etc.
UCSD apply the option.
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Situation #2 -- Example
Presented simply as an edition of the previously existing work
100 1# $a Joyce, James, $d 1882-1941, $e author.
240 10 $a Dubliners
245 10 $a James Joyce’s Dubliners : $b an illustration edition with
annotations / $c [edited by] John Wyse Jackson & Bernard McGinley
*700 1# $a Jackson, John Wyse, $e editor, $e writer of added
commentary.
*700 1# $a McGinley, Bernard, $e editor, $e writer of added
commentary.
(note: annotations were written by Jackson and McGinley; in addition, they
collected and supplied illustrations of photos, clips of advertisements, etc.)
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Situation #3
Presented as a compilation of separately titled works, one or
more of which is a commentary, etc.
– Treat as a compilation (6.27.1.4)
– LC-PCC PS for 6.27.1.6: If the resource contains the
original work and a separate commentary (or
commentaries) and the commentary has its own title
proper, apply RDA 6.27.1.2 or 6.27.1.4 to the
compilation.
– *Optionally, make 7XX authorized access point(s) for
original work, and, if it is important for identification,
for contributors that made comments, annotations,
illustrations, etc. (UCSD apply the option.)
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Al-Turtushi (Creator)
Siraj al-muluk
(Work)
Spanish translation
(Expression)
Alarcón (Creator)
Translator’s Prólogo
(Work)
Spanish text
(Expression)
Marín (Creator)
Maximiliano Agustín
(1880-1933) y el arabismo
de su tiempo (Work)
Spanish text
(Expression)
Printed text
(Manifestation)
Electronic text
(Manifestation)
Owned by the
Library of
Congress (Item
with 2 pieces)
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Siraj al-muluk
(Work)
Translator’s
Prólogo (Work)
Maximiliano Agustín (18801933) y el arabismo de su
tiempo (Work)
Compilation
(Work)
Spanish text
(Expression)
CD-ROM &
Printed text
(Manifestation)
Owned by the
Library of Congress
(Item in 2 pieces)
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Situation #3 -- Example
Presented as a compilation of separately titled works, one or
more of which is a commentary, etc.
245 00 $a Lámpara de los príncipes / $c Abubéquer de Tortosa ; traducción
de Maximiliano Alarcón ; estudio preliminar de Manuela Marín.
*700 12 $i Contains (Expression): $a 1001 Ṭurṭūshī, Muḥammad ibn alWalīd, $d 1059 or 1060-1126 or 1127. $t Sirāj al-mulūk $l Spanish.
*700 12 $i Contains (Work): $a Alarcón y Santón, Maximiliano A. $t
Prólogo.
*700 12 $i Contains (Work): $a Marín, Manuela. $t Maximiliano Agustín
(1880-1933) y el arabismo de su tiempo.
*7001# $a Alarcón y Santón, Maximiliano A., $e translator, $e writer of
added commentary.
*7001# $a Marín, Manuela, $e writer of added commentary.
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Discussion
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LC CSM for commentaries, etc.
• F 570 Commentaries on Individual Works
(Classification)
• G340 Criticism/Commentaries (Shelflisting)
– Criticism/commentary on the first Cutter number.
– Criticism/commentary on the second Cutter number.
– Criticism/commentary of a criticism/commentary.
• F632 Literary authors (Classification)
– Section 5. Criticism of the works of an individual literary
author (New)
• Criticism of an individual work or collection classed as a separate
work.
• Criticism of multiple works or of a work classed as a collection
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F 570 Commentaries on Individual Works
LC CSM F 570 Commentaries on Individual Works
(Classification)
• General rule: Classify commentaries with the original
text in the original language. If the full call number
for the original work is not available, create such a
number so that it can be expanded according to
G340.
• Special provisions in the schedules: Take precedence
over this general rule.
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G340 Criticism/Commentaries: 1st Cutter
Situation #1
Criticism/commentary on the first Cutter
number (for creator of the original text).
Assign the same call number to the
criticism/commentary that was assigned to
the original text in the original language,
plus the digit 3. Assign a second Cutter for
the main entry [i.e. creator of
commentary].
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G340 Criticism/Commentaries: 1st Cutter
Situation #1 -- Example
Original work
050 00 $a Q125 $b .C67 1984
Creator: Cooper, George E.
Title/date: History of scientific theories and ... 1984.
Criticism/Commentary
050 00 $a Q125.C673 $b B76 1986
Creator: Brown, Robert C.
Title/date: A critical analysis of history ... 1986.
Subject heading: Cooper, George E. History of scientific theories
and ...
The digit 3 after first Cutter C67 for commentary.
The second Cutter B76 for Brown, the creator of commentary.
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G340 Criticism/Commentaries: 2nd Cutter
Situation #2
Criticism/commentary on the second Cutter
number (for creator of the original text).
Assign the same call number to the
criticism/commentary that was assigned to
the original text in the original language, plus
the digit 3. Add a digit or digits to represent
the main entry [i.e. creator of commentary].
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G340 Criticism/Commentaries: 2nd Cutter
Situation #2 -- Example
Original work
050 00 QA76.U6 $b C65 1982
Creator: Comens, Charles.
Title/date: Computers in the United States ... 1982.
Criticism/Commentary
050 00 QA76.U6 $b C6536 1983 (The digit 3 for commentary)
Creator: Nelson, Ryan. (The digit 6 after 3 for Nelson)
Title/date: A critical analysis of computers in the United States ...
1979.
050 00 QA76.U6 $b C6537 1983
Creator: Smith, Frank. (The digit 7 after 3 for Smith)
Title/date: A criticism of computer usage ... 1983.
Subject heading: Comens, Charles. Computers in the United States ...
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G340 Criticism/Commentaries: Extended Cutter
Situation #3
Criticism/commentary of a
criticism/commentary. Cutter for the
original criticism. Add the digit 3 for the
second criticism and add a digit for the
main entry [i.e. creator] of the second
criticism.
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G340 Criticism/Commentaries: Extended Cutter
Situation #3 – Example
Original work
050 00 $a BQ1955 $b .A8 1972
Creator: Asanga.
Title/date: Abhisamayalankara ... [1972]
Original criticism
050 00 $a BQ1955.A83 $b T76 1977
Creator: Tson-kha-pa Blo-bzan-grags-pa, 1357-1419.
Title of Work: Legs bsad gser phren
Title/date: Ses rab kyi pha rol ... [1977]
Subject heading: Asanga. Abhisamayalankara.
Criticism of criticism
050 00 $a BQ1955.A83 $b T7633 1982
Creator: Blo-gros-rgya-mtsho.
Title/date: Dran ba dan nes pai ... [1982]
Subject heading: Tson-kha-pa Blo-bzan-grags-pa, 1357-1419. Legs bsad
gser phren.
Subject heading: Asanga. Abhisamayalankara.
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F632 Literary authors—Section 5
F632 Section 5. Criticism of the works of an individual
literary author (NEW, March 2013)
Situation #1
Criticism of an individual work. Classify a criticism of a
work or collection classified as a Separate work with
the text of the work, following the guidelines presented
in F 570 and G 340.
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F632 Literary authors—Section 5
Situation #1 -- Example
Original Work
050 00 $a PS3562.A316 $b N36 2003
100 1# $a Lahiri, Jhumpa.
245 14 $a The namesake.
Criticism/Commentary
050 00 $a PS3562.A316 $b N3633 2010
100 1# $a Batra, Jagdish
245 10 $a Jhumpa Lahiri’s The namesake : $b a critical study.
Note: The Namesake is a novel and is classed as a separate
work.
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F632 Literary authors—Section 5
Situation #2
Criticism of multiple works or of a work classed as a collection.
Classify a criticism of two or more literary works, or of a work
classed as a collection, in the general criticism number(s) for the
literary author
– Table P-PZ40 applies. Use .Z5-999, Biography and
criticism, General works
.xZ5-.xZ599 A-F
.xZ6-.xZ699 G-L
.xZ7-.xZ799 M-R
.xZ8-.xZ899 S-U
.xZ9-.xZ999 V-Z
Table arrangement taken from E. Franco’s webinar on P class
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F632 Literary authors—Section 5
Situation #2 -- Example
Criticism of multiple works or of a work classed as a collection.
Original Work
050 00 $a PS3562.A316 $b A6 1999
100 1# $a Lahiri, Jhumpa.
240 10 $a Short stories. $k Selections
245 10 $a Interpreter of maladies : $b stories.
Criticism/Commentary
050 00 $a PS3562.A316 $b Z67 2002
245 00 $a Jumpa Lahiri, the master storyteller : $b a critical response to
Interpreter of maladies.
[A criticism of Interpreter of Maladies, a collection of short stories with
a conventional collective title.
Table P-PZ40 applies. Use .Z5-999, Biography and criticism, General
works]
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RDA 6.27.1.6 Commentary, etc. with original text
Questions?
Thank you!
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