classification of Tough Guide?
jon_p_noble at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 7 02:21:14 EST 2003
The 793.93 number is actually for fantasy role play
games. I looked it up if a few other libraries to see
how they treated it. The University of Sydney has a
copy in their Rare Book Collection (this doesn't mean
we have to start insuring our copies for megabucks -
it will be in their special collection of fantasy and
sf - one of the best in the world) but they don't give
it a Dewey number. The library of congress gives it
700.41521 which should be a visual arts number
although as I'm at home not work I couldn't sure
exactly what. In trying a few other online libraries
the University of Surry puts it at 809.915 which at
least is a literature number, as is the different
number that the Buckinhamshire Chilterns University
College gives it - 809.38766. My personal copy of
Dewey is too old to give a specific number for Fantasy
as opposed to SF (which is 809.3876) but I have an
idea it is actually 809.3915.
So you can take your pick.
--- "Ding, Kylie (KAM.RIC)" <Kylie.Ding at kline.com>
> I have found it listed in a catalog under 793.93.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Kale [mailto:lskale at metaplaxia.net]
> > Sent: Friday, 7 March 2003 10:39 AM
> > To: dwj at suberic.net
> > Subject: classification of Tough Guide?
> > The Tough Guide to Fantasy Land is out of print in
> the US, so
> > I've been
> > checking Los Angeles area libraries, with
> > results. They'd
> > been so good with other DWJ titles, after all.
> (The Los
> > Angeles Public
> > Library has Diana Wynne Jones: An Exciting and
> Exacting Wisdom, BTW.)
> > Anyway, it made me wonder how a librarian would
> classify this book?
> > Should it just go under science fiction/fantasy,
> or would it
> > be assigned
> > a dewey decimal number? Any thoughts?
> > Kale
> > (who is lucky LAPL also has Everard's Ride, as
> that would be
> > pretty hard
> > to find otherwise)
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