1 3 1 Related Works

[Work to work relationship] (following Section 6), including a pre-existing work from which the work cataloged was adapted, a work to which the work cataloged is a sequel, or a work to which the work cataloged is a supplement. [type of data: normalized heading—related work identifiers (non-literal typed)]

Include one or more relator terms from the following list; choose the single most specific term, if possible; if none of these terms apply, compose a term to describe the relationship between the work being cataloged and the related work [type of data: composed data—controlled terms (non-literal typed)]:

about
[[div style="indent"]]use this when cataloging a work that is about the work in the related work identifier[[/div]]
abstract
adaptation
adaptation for children
adaptation from one medium of the graphic arts to another
contained by [use this when cataloging (analyzing) a work that is contained by the work in the related work identifier; examples, a member of a monographic series, “cat as sep” or an analyzed issue of a serial, “cat as sep.”]
contained — anthology in which contained
contained by and physically part of [use this when cataloging a work that is physically contained in the work in the related work identifier; example, a paper contained in a single volume of conference proceedings]
contained by and located with [use this when cataloging a work that is part of the work in the related work identifier and located with it; examples, a member of monographic series shelved at a single location or an analyzed issue of a serial]
contains [use this when cataloging a work that contains the work in the related work identifier; examples, a monographic series, “cat as sep” or an analyzed serial, “cat as sep.”]
contains — anthology contains
contains, physically part of [use this when cataloging a work that physically contains the work in the related work identifier; example, conference proceedings in a single volume containing a paper]
contains, located with [use this when cataloging a work that has a part-work that is located with it, represented by the related work identifier; examples, a monographic series shelved at a single location or an analyzed serial]
depicted [use this when cataloging a work that depicts the work in the related work identifier]
digest
dramatization
free transcription of musical composition
imitation
improvisation [use this when cataloging a musical work that is an improvisation on a previously existing work]
issued with
moving image adaptation
music for words
musical medley
musical variation on a theme
novelization
paraphrase
parody, imitation, etc.
preceding — absorbed
preceding — absorbed in part
preceding — continues in part
preceding — formed by the union of … and …
preceding — separated from
preceding — supersedes
preceding — supersedes in part
rewriting
sequel
series
succeeding — absorbed by
succeeding — absorbed in part by
succeeding — changed back to
succeeding — continued in part by
succeeding — merged with … to form …
succeeding — split into … and …
succeeding — superseded by
succeeding — superseded in part by
summary
supplement (is supplement to)
versification
words for music

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