from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Pertaining to anthology; consisting of extracts from different authors.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to anthology; consisting of beautiful extracts from different authors, especially the poets.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to an anthology; consisting of beautiful extracts, especially from the poets.
- Treating of flowers.
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As I had no books at home (my own books, bought by myself, however with money borrowed from a friend, I would only have when I was 19) the Portuguese language textbooks, with their "anthological" character, were what opened to me the doors of literary fruition: even today I can recite poetry learnt in that distant era.
Perhaps the victim is some kind of anthological expert and I am overreacting.
As I had no books at home (my own books, bought by myself, however with money borrowed from a friend, I would only have when I was 19) the Portuguese language textbooks, with their “anthological” character, were what opened to me the doors of literary fruition: even today I can recite poetry learnt in that distant era.
On top of that, Kring noted that "My original idea was more of an anthological vibe to it, where you regenerate the characters."
The New Wave deserves recognition as well, but rather than get into a list of novels, I'll pick the anthological exemplar, Dangerous Visions.
His album Thriller was the most commercially and critically successful non-anthological album in history, and is expected to remain that way in the future.
Perhaps we should soon expect someone to come up with an anthological resumé of such transparent excuses.
Revenant says he has read the Bible, but he clearly does not understand what it is, or what the "new" part means in New Testament, or the anthological aspect, or the literary aspect, or the folklorical aspect, or, in fact, any other aspect other than the idea that it is a set of facts that he -- as an intellectual, you understand -- disputes.
Critical texts on contemporary poetry are far too rare, and the heated response to anthological attempts to create an assemblage of voices however exclusivist, such as American Hybrid, prove only that contemporary poetry needs more, not fewer, texts such as these, without the reactionary fear that critical texts on poetry or contemporary anthologies of poetry are the final word.
You'll find a wee note from Stein via the Hound, as well as excellent tidbits from such luminaries as Treadwell herself, and CA Conrad, Joyelle MacSweeney on "anthological thinking," love that! and belladonna's Rachel Levitsky, and so on.