commonplace book to arrange found material (thoughts, writings,
lists etc) in a given order; published examples are by W.H.Auden, S.T.Coleridge.
notebook the daily writing down/drawing of observations
and other thoughts; S.T.Coleridge, edited by Kathleen Coburn; also used
for the purposes of recording in sketch form and in the process of refining
a picture. Often the combination of image and text, Picasso and Samuel
editing to prepare for publication, often by excising;
ie. Valerie Eliot (ed)T.S.Eliot, The Wasteland, a facsimile & transcript
of the original drafts inc.the annotations of Ezra Pound , Faber and
Faber London 1971. Sending back the altered draft, Pound wrote to Eliot,
" Caro mio: MUCH improved. Complimenti, you bitch. I am wracked
by the seven jealousies. ". See also film editing
abridgement to shorten by omitting details; abbreviate
anthology a collection of existing created material,
usually literary ie. Geoffrey Grigson, The Romantics, The Victorians
. Guido Almensi, Claude Beguin, Theatre of Sleep , an anthology of literary
compilation to collect and put together in the service
of some thesis. ie The Penguin Book of Lies .
alphabetic compilation arranged alphabetically; Geoffrey
Grigson, The Country Alphabet .