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741.5 or graphic novels in the DDC. Julianne Beall Assistant Editor, DDC 7 April 2006 Colloque International sur la Médiation de la Bande Dessinée en Bibliothèque. Outline. Discussions leading to new 741.5 741.5 vs. subject in 001-999 Why the 700s (instead of the 800s)?

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741 5 or graphic novels in the ddc

741.5 or graphic novels in the DDC

Julianne Beall

Assistant Editor, DDC

7 April 2006

Colloque International sur la Médiation de la Bande Dessinée en Bibliothèque

outline
Outline
  • Discussions leading to new 741.5
  • 741.5 vs. subject in 001-999
  • Why the 700s (instead of the 800s)?
  • Comic books, graphic novels, fotonovelas vs. Cartoons, caricatures, comic strips
outline continued
Outline (continued)
  • Geographic notation for individual works
  • History, biography, & critical appraisal
  • Techniques
http www oclc org dewey discussion
http://www.oclc.org/dewey/discussion/
  • Graphic Novels in DDC: Discussion Paper (2004-06)
  • Supplement to Graphic Novels in DDC (2004-07)
  • Draft schedule 741.5 Cartoons, caricatures, comics, graphic novels, fotonovelas available for testing (2004-11)
http www oclc org dewey discussion5
http://www.oclc.org/dewey/discussion/
  • Supplement to Draft schedule 741.5 (2005-03)
  • Graphic Novels – an Update (2005-06)
new 741 5 implemented 2006 02
New 741.5 implemented 2006-02
  • February 2006 [PDF] [Word]
    • http://www.oclc.org/dewey/updates/new/
  • Sample Title/DDC List: 741.5 Comic books, graphic novels, fotonovelas, cartoons, caricatures, comic strips
    • http://www.oclc.org/dewey/discussion/
741 5 vs subject in 001 999
741.5 vs. subject in 001-999
  • Use 741.5 and its subdivisions for works of the imagination in comic book, graphic novel, fotonovela, cartoon, caricature, or comic strip forms that are primarily intended to delight
  • Use 001–999 . . . for works in these forms that are primarily intended to inform or persuade
001 999 examples
001-999 examples
  • The Picture Bible (script by Iva Hoth; illustrations by Andre Le Blanc) 220.9505
  • The Cartoon Guide to Physics by Larry Gonick 530.0207
  • Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi 955.0542092
why the 700s for fictional graphic novels
Why the 700s for fictional graphic novels?

Why are fictional graphic novels classed in the 700s instead of the 800s?

General DDC rule:

When fictional narrative is presented primarily visually, or when graphics and text are equally important, prefer 700 over 800

why the 700s continued
Why the 700s? (continued)

First of two rule: The rule instructing that works dealing equally with two subjects that are not used to introduce or explain one another are classed in the number coming first in the schedules or tables

700 The arts Fine and decorative arts

. . . for literature, see 800

why the 700s continued11
Why the 700s? (continued)

The same preference for 700 holds for a combination of

  • acting and literature
  • music and literature
  • cinematography and literature
  • dancing and literature
700s 800s examples
700s & 800s: examples
  • Shakespeare, Othello 822.33
    • Stage production 792.92
  • Verdi, Otello 782.1
    • Stage production 792.542
  • Orson Welles’s film, The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice (adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello) 791.4372
741 5 741 59 vs 741 56
741.5 & 741.59 vs. 741.56
  • Use 741.5 and 741.59 for comic books, graphic novels, fotonovelas
    • Multi-panel works written to be read in relatively long segments, like short stories or novels
  • Also use 741.5 & 741.59 for comprehensive works
741 5 741 59 vs 741 56 continued
741.5 & 741.59 vs. 741.56 (continued)
  • Use 741.56 and 741.569 for cartoons, caricatures, comic strips
    • A single panel, or a few panels issued daily or weekly online or in a newspaper
    • Written to be read in brief segments, like jokes or anecdotes
741 59 examples
741.59 examples
  • Astérix by Goscinny & Uderzo 741.5944
  • Dead End by Thomas Ott 741.59494
  • Astro Boy by Osamu Tezuka 741.5952
  • Paul a un travail d\'été by Michel Rabagliati 741.5971
  • It\'s a Good Life, If You Don\'t Weaken by Seth 741.5971
741 569 examples
741.569 examples
  • For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston 741.56971
  • Garfield by Jim Davis 741.56973
  • Peanuts by Charles Schulz 741.56973
  • Mafalda by Quino 741.56982
comic book comic strip characters
Comic book & comic strip characters
  • Avoid separating works about the same characters between 741.569 and 741.59; use the number for the form in which the characters most commonly appear, regardless of whether the content of the work in hand was originally issued as comic strips or comic books
comic book comic strip characters examples
Comic book & comic strip characters: examples
  • Dick Tracy by Chester Gould; Dick Locher & Michael Kilian 741.56973
  • The Amazing Spider-Man by Stan Lee & Steve Ditko 741.5973
geographic notation for individual works at 741 593 599 and 741 5693 5699
Geographic notation for individual works at 741.593–.599 and 741.5693–.5699
  • Use notation for the country of the artist or writer for a work . . . that features a particular artist or writer
  • Use notation for the country where first published for a work or . . . where multiple hands have contributed and no one artist or writer is featured
geographic notation for individual works continued
Geographic notation for individual works (continued)
  • If in doubt, try to determine what area’s cultural tradition the work primarily reflects or was originally aimed at, and use the notation for that area
  • If still in doubt, prefer notation for the area that comes later in Table 2
  • Do not add anything beyond notation for country
geographic notation for individual works examples
Geographic notation for individual works: examples
  • Astérix by Goscinny & Uderzo 741.5944
  • Tintin by Hergé 741.59493
  • Astro Boy by Osamu Tezuka 741.5952
  • Cerebus by Dave Sim 741.5971
  • Wonder Woman 741.5973
geographic notation for individual works examples continued
Geographic notation for individual works: examples (continued)
  • For Better or For Worse by Lynn Johnston 741.56971
  • Garfield by Jim Davis 741.56973
  • Garfield prend du poids / Jim Davis ; traduction Jeannine Daubannay 741.56973
biographies and critical appraisal of individual artists or writers
Biographies and critical appraisal of individual artists or writers
  • Use the same number as for individual works
  • Do not add notation from Table 1
  • Examples:
  • Biography of Charles Schulz 741.56973
  • Critical appraisal of Hergé 741.59493
history biography and critical appraisal of multiple artists or writers
History, biography, and critical appraisal of multiple artists or writers
  • You may add notation from Table 1
  • Examples:
  • General history of U.S. comic strips 741.5697309
  • Collected biography of Japanese manga artists 741.59520922
741 51 techniques
741.51 Techniques . . . .
  • Class here comprehensive works on . . . drawing and writing comic books, graphic novels, fotonovelas, cartoons, caricatures, comic strips
  • Class techniques, procedures . . . used for special aspects in 741.53
741 53 special aspects
741.53 Special aspects . . .
  • Class here critical appraisal and description of genres, techniques for creating works in specific genres
  • Class single works and collections . . . regardless of genre in [741.569 or 741.59]
741 532 539 works dealing with specific themes and subjects
741.532–.539 [Works] dealing with specific themes and subjects
  • Add notation from Table 3-C
  • Examples:
  • History & critical appraisal of superhero graphic novels 741.5352
  • Drawing cartoon animals 741.5362
do you have suggestions for the sample title ddc list 741 5
Do you have suggestions for the Sample Title/DDC List: 741.5?
  • http://www.oclc.org/dewey/discussion/
  • The list is not intended to be exhaustive, but we do welcome suggestions for additional titles
  • Please send suggestions to:
  • Julianne [email protected]
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