[ UK /ænθˈɒləd‍ʒi/ ]
[ US /ænˈθɑɫədʒi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a collection of selected literary passages
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How To Use anthology In A Sentence

  • And don't forget, they're celebrating this milestone with a way-cool anthology of audio fiction: StarShip Sofa Stories, Volume 1! Congratulations to StarShip Sofa and Episode #100!
  • This anthology pairs contemporary stories with folk tales, many of which interpret natural phenomena in the light of local knowledge and lore.
  • For the past couple of years, the appearance of Christmas lights and festive decorations has heralded the arrival of a weighty travel anthology.
  • I have thought it, for example, not humane to variegate the text of an Anthology with despairing obeli: and occasionally I have covered up an indubitable lacuna by artifices which I trust may pass undetected by the general reader and unreproved by the charitable critic. Preface
  • Then comes an entirely new set of challenges: face-offs with writer friends whose essays he failed to select for the literary pastiche and fears the anthology will get skewered fatally by critics.
  • The non-LP material that fleshes out the rest of the anthology is less rewarding.
  • Deborah is also editing an anthology regarding heterosexuality for Pluto Press.
  • Greta Christina is the editor of Best Erotic Comics 2008, and the author of "Deprogramming," an erotic short story from my new anthology. Boing Boing
  • This 30-track anthology explains just why so many of his contemporaries hold Reilly in such regard.
  • My poems are also going to be published in an anthology. Times, Sunday Times
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