Current Bibliography

Current Bibliography

 

(more accurately, current index [listing or survey] of materials, according to GOST [State Standard] 16448–70 under “Bibliography: Terms and Definitions”). A current bibliography is an index of new works in print that appears regularly at set intervals, sometimes as a continuing publication. Current indexes are compiled according to types of printed matter, such as books, periodicals, sheet music, and maps. They may also be compiled according to areas of knowledge or individual subjects.

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Daughters of Alchemy is compelling, clearly written, and extensively documented with previously unpublished archival primary sources as well as current bibliography of secondary scholarship.
Walt Whitman: A Current Bibliography," now covering work on Whitman from 1838 to the present, is available in a fully searchable format online at the Walt Whitman Quarterly Review website (ir.
The uniform changes are part of a broader programme implemented by the Cyprus police over the last two years, based on qualitative research and current bibliography in the field, the statement said.
The original essays they herein assemble--on topics as diverse as the free love movement, manners and the "politics of visitation," and Hawthorne and others, including Fourier, George Sand, and Anna Leonowens--ably argue their point, and are followed, as usual, by book reviews and the current bibliography.
From the scholar interested in Stravinsky's compositional process to the enthusiast of musical theatre and ballet, these books are a valuable addition to the current bibliography on Stravinsky.
The current bibliography aspires to include all serious contributions to Hemingway scholarship.
At the time critics such as Jonathan Ngate in A Current Bibliography of African Affairs (1986-87) characterized her depiction as problematic.
The current bibliography follows those previous volumes in content and organization, breaking Miller's primary works into eight categories: Separate Publications; Collected Editions: First-appearance Contributions to Books, Pamphlets, and Occasional Publications; First Appearances in Magazines and Newspapers; Translations; Publications in Braille; Music; and Blurbs.
Any current bibliography of eighteenth-century scholarship will show that Diderot's art criticism, novels, dialogues, anticolonial works, and correspondence have all attracted widespread study for many years; again, all his major works are readily available in cheap editions, so that the picture given by Blom is not supported by the evidence.
The eighteenth-century current bibliography (ECCB), n.
In Colombia, this is the first case documented and the sixth at world level, bearing in mind current bibliography reviewed.