-- See Anthologies Here are entered collections of general interest, too broad to use more specific headings such as Literature--Collections; Quotations; Sports stories; etc. --names of literatures, e.g. English literature; and subdivision Literary collections under subjects for literary anthologies involving two or more literary forms, e.g. Fishing--Literary collections
-- See Readers Here are entered works containing material for instruction and practice in reading English. Readers in other languages are entered under the name of the language with subdivision Readers.Works containing reading material in a particular subject field or literary genre are entered under headings illustrated by the following examples: [For English] Readers--Agriculture, [Art, Geography, etc.]; Readers--Drama, [Fairy tales, Love stories, etc.] [For other languages] French language--Readers--Science; French language--Readers--Science fiction.Works containing reading material limited to a specific age level are entered under Readers (Primary), [(Elementary), etc.]Material designed exclusively or predominantly for oral presentation is entered under Recitations.Selections of reading material in the English language, literary as well as non-literary, compiled for training college students in reading comprehension, rhetoric and related topics are entered under College readers. Works containing literary selections for general use as well as for the study of literature are entered under appropriate literary headings, e.g. American literature; English literature--18th century.