theoldlibrarian wrote:No, thanks for informing us but 823 refers to British Fiction.
It's not a book but a fold out map quite easy available from PJSM PRINTSraisindot wrote:theoldlibrarian wrote:No, thanks for informing us but 823 refers to British Fiction.
Yeah, out Dewey Decimnal System can be a bit weird at times. You'll find a lot of fiction scattered about with nonfiction numbers like this. It happens quite a lot with anthologies of myths, fairy tales, and other kinds of stories that don't easily classify as being the work of an author.
I suppose that "The Science of Discworld" would also be classified as a nonfiction book as well.
What I really want to know is which library in America has this particular book? I'd love to get my hands on it!
Ponder Stibbons wrote:Where does lancre bleu come from, then?
Ponder Stibbons wrote:I don't know. I seem to remember enjoying Lancre Bleu cheese before i even picked up a TP. I may be wrong of course
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