741.5 or realistic books in the DDC.


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Comic books, realistic books, fotonovelas versus Toons, personifications, funny cartoons ... Comic book & funny cartoon characters. Abstain from isolating works about the same characters ...
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741.5 or realistic books in the DDC Julianne Beall Assistant Editor, DDC 7 April 2006 Colloque International sur la Médiation de la Bande Dessinée en Bibliothèque

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Outline Discussions prompting new 741.5 versus subject in 001-999 Why the 700s (rather than the 800s)? Comic books, realistic books, fotonovelas versus Kid\'s shows, exaggerations, funny cartoons

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Outline (proceeded with) Geographic documentation for individual works History, life story, & basic evaluation Techniques

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http://www.oclc.org/dewey/dialog/Graphic Novels in DDC: Discussion Paper (2004-06) Supplement to Graphic Novels in DDC (2004-07) Draft plan 741.5 Cartoons, personifications, funnies, realistic books, fotonovelas accessible for testing (2004-11)

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http://www.oclc.org/dewey/discourse/Supplement to Draft plan 741.5 (2005-03) Graphic Novels – an Update (2005-06)

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New 741.5 executed 2006-02 February 2006 [PDF] [Word] http://www.oclc.org/dewey/overhauls/new/Sample Title/DDC List: 741.5 Comic books, realistic books, fotonovelas, toons, exaggerations, funny cartoons http://www.oclc.org/dewey/talk/

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741.5 versus subject in 001-999 Use 741.5 and its subdivisions for works of the creative ability in comic book, realistic novel, fotonovela, toon, personification, or funny cartoon shapes that are basically proposed to pleasure Use 001–999 . . . for works in these structures that are fundamentally expected to advise or convince

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001-999 cases The Picture Bible (script by Iva Hoth; outlines by Andre Le Blanc) 220.9505 The Cartoon Guide to Physics by Larry Gonick 530.0207 Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi 955.0542092

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Why the 700s for anecdotal realistic books? Why are anecdotal realistic books classed in the 700s rather than the 800s? General DDC guideline: When anecdotal story is exhibited fundamentally outwardly, or when design and content are similarly critical, incline toward 700 more than 800

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Why the 700s? (proceeded with) First of two manage: The tenet teaching that works managing similarly with two subjects that are not used to present or clarify each other are classed in the number starting things out in the calendars or tables 700 human expressions Fine and enlivening expressions . . . for writing, see 800

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Why the 700s? (proceeded with) The same inclination for 700 holds for a mix of acting and writing music and writing cinematography and writing moving and writing

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700s & 800s: illustrations Shakespeare, Othello 822.33 Stage generation 792.92 Verdi, Otello 782.1 Stage creation 792.542 Orson Welles\' film, The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice (adjustment of Shakespeare\'s Othello ) 791.4372

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741.5 & 741.59 versus 741.56 Use 741.5 and 741.59 for comic books, realistic books, fotonovelas Multi-board works composed to be perused in generally long sections, similar to short stories or books Also utilize 741.5 & 741.59 for thorough works

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741.5 & 741.59 versus 741.56 (proceeded with) Use 741.56 and 741.569 for toons, exaggerations, funny cartoons A solitary board, or a couple boards issued day by day or week after week online or in a daily paper Written to be perused in a nutshell fragments, similar to jokes or tales

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741.59 illustrations Astérix by Goscinny & Uderzo 741.5944 Dead End by Thomas Ott 741.59494 Astro Boy by Osamu Tezuka 741.5952 Paul an un travail d\'été by Michel Rabagliati 741.5971 It\'s a Good Life, If You Don\'t Weaken by Seth 741.5971

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741.569 case For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston 741.56971 Garfield by Jim Davis 741.56973 Peanuts by Charles Schulz 741.56973 Mafalda by Quino 741.56982

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Comic book & funny cartoon characters Avoid isolating works about the same characters somewhere around 741.569 and 741.59; utilize the number for the structure in which the characters most regularly show up, paying little heed to whether the substance of the work close by was initially issued as funny cartoons or comic books

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Comic book & funny cartoon characters: cases Dick Tracy by Chester Gould; Dick Locher & Michael Kilian 741.56973 The Amazing Spider-Man by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko 741.5973

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Geographic documentation for individual works at 741.593–.599 and 741.5693–.5699 Use documentation for the nation of the craftsman or essayist for a work . . . that elements a specific craftsman or essayist Use documentation for the nation where initially distributed for a work or . . . where different hands have contributed and nobody craftsman or essayist is highlighted

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Geographic documentation for individual works (proceeded) If in uncertainty, attempt to figure out what zone\'s social custom the work principally reflects or was initially gone for, and utilize the documentation for that zone If still in uncertainty, lean toward documentation for the range that comes later in Table 2 Do not include anything past documentation for nation

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Geographic documentation for individual works: cases Astérix by Goscinny & Uderzo 741.5944 Tintin by Hergé 741.59493 Astro Boy by Osamu Tezuka 741.5952 Cerebus by Dave Sim 741.5971 Wonder Woman 741.5973

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Geographic documentation for individual works: cases (proceeded) For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston 741.56971 Garfield by Jim Davis 741.56973 Garfield prend du poids/Jim Davis ; traduction Jeannine Daubannay 741.56973

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Biographies and basic examination of individual craftsmen or authors Use the same number with respect to individual works Do not include documentation from Table 1 Examples: Biography of Charles Schulz 741.56973 Critical evaluation of Hergé 741.59493

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History, account, and basic examination of various specialists or scholars You may include documentation from Table 1 Examples: General history of U.S. funny cartoons 741.5697309 Collected history of Japanese manga specialists 741.59520922

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741.51 Techniques . . . . Class here extensive takes a shot at . . . drawing and composing comic books, realistic books, fotonovelas, toons, cartoons, funny cartoons Class methods, strategies . . . utilized for exceptional perspectives as a part of 741.53

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741.53 Special angles . . . Class here basic evaluation and portrayal of types, procedures for making works in particular classifications Class single works and accumulations . . . notwithstanding class in [741.569 or 741.59]

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741.532–.539 [Works] managing particular topics and subjects Add documentation from Table 3-C Examples: History & basic evaluation of superhero realistic books 741.5352 Drawing toon creatures 741.5362

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Do you have recommendations for the Sample Title/DDC List: 741.5? http://www.oclc.org/dewey/dialog/The rundown is not expected to be comprehensive, but rather we do welcome proposals for extra titles Please send recommendations to: Julianne Beall jbea@loc.gov

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