anthologise


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anthologise


Past participle: anthologised
Gerund: anthologising

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.anthologise - compile an anthology
compile, compose - put together out of existing material; "compile a list"
References in periodicals archive ?
It followed Carol Ann's September launch of the Anthologise Education Project - a national poetry competition for secondary schools - which the duchess attended.
Camilla read one of her favourite verses, Robert Burns's My Heart's In The Highlands, to pupils at Alexandra Park School, Haringey, north London, as she launched the Anthologise project - a competition in which groups of pupils will compile their own collections of their favourite works.
Notwithstanding the curious appearance of the words "The Subcontinent," the title of this anthology suggests that a change has taken place in South Asian fiction; a "new" anthem is now being heard and the subcontinent is telling stories in this collection "in its own words." Ahmede Hussain's editor's note reveals that the idea behind The New Anthem is to "anthologise all the new major writers of South Asian fiction, particularly the ones, who with their unique narrative voice, have endeavoured to reinterpret the region's turbulent history, both at a personal and national level."
In addition, the impetus to anthologise, record, and publish the elements in the field, keeping up to date with emerging work, seems less marked now than before.
Carcanet had begun to anthologise some of this "left-field" writing in the late 1980s, and in 1995 published Michael Haslam's A Whole Bauble, gathering an exemplary, individual career from 1977 to 1994.