The Library of Congress > Linked Data Service > LC Genre/Form Terms (LCGFT)


  • URI(s)

  • Instance Of

  • Scheme Membership(s)

  • Collection Membership(s)

  • Form

    • Bibliographies
  • Variants

    • Book lists
    • Lists of books
    • Lists of publications
    • Publication lists
    • Webliographies
  • Broader Terms

    • Reference works
  • Narrower Terms

  • Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

  • Sources

    • found: Art & architecture thesaurus online, June 25, 2014(bibliographies. UF book lists. Lists of books, documents, and other bibliographical items, often all related by author, topic, or another criterion. Bibliographies are arranged in some logical order giving brief information about the works, such as author, date, publisher, and place of publication.)
    • found: Genre terms : a thesaurus for use in rare book and special collections cataloging, via WWW, July 26 2014(Bibliographies. BT Reference works)
    • found: Reitz, J.M. ODLIS: online dictionary for library and information science, July 26, 2014(bibliography: Strictly speaking, a systematic list or enumeration of written works by a specific author or on a given subject, or that share one or more common characteristics (language, form, period, place of publication, etc.); webliography: An enumerative list of digital resources on a specific topic or subject, available in print or on the Web. Typically, the URLs of any Web sites included in the resource list are embedded in the HTML document, enabling the user to connect to the site by clicking on its hypertext link.)
    • found: Görlach, M. An alphabetical list of English text types, in Text types and the history of English, c2004:p. 29 (bibliography)
  • Change Notes

    • 2014-12-01: new
    • 2015-01-28: revised
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