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anthology in Newspapers, printing, publishing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanthologyan‧thol‧o‧gy /ænˈθɒlədʒi $ ænˈθɑː-/ ●○○ noun (plural anthologies) [countable]  TCNa set of stories, poems, songs etc by different people collected together in one book syn collection an anthology of American literatureanthologist noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
anthologyThe story of his being signed to Restless Records is itself worthy of inclusion in an anthology somewhere.The entire history on which our leading Occidental religions have been founded is an anthology of fictions.Both books are anthologies of materials by a large number of contributors.Feminist anthologies often include a couple of pieces by young and old women.The Anglo-Norman fabliaux are preserved in manuscripts that are miscellaneous literary anthologies.For one thing, a government agency may have commercial or political aims in commissioning surveys or anthologies.I tried to make out the cover and thought it might be a recent anthology of poetry.My response was to make one condition of my own - that the anthology should include prayers from other religions.