On Mon, 10 Aug 2020 19:27:39 +0000, Adam L Schiff <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>If we have a single work that is a collaboration between two authors, then one NAR would be established to represent the work, with one of the authors in the 100 and the other in the 400:
>100 Author 1. $t Title
>400 Author 2. $t Title
>500 $w r $i Author: $a Author 1
>500 $w r $i Author: $a Author 2
>Is Roman de la Rose a collaborative work?
>If it is a collaborative work, then the part by Jean de Meun would be established under author 1 as:
>100 Author 1. $t Title. $n Lines 4,059-21,782
>At least that is the logical result of treating this work as a single poem by two authors.
>University of Washington Libraries
It is NOT a collaborative work. Its original form in NAF was as a title. The following two paragraphs are from my 2017 post:
*I don't see how even under AACR 2 the creation of the AAP for this work as a combination of the first author's name and the title was justified; see AACR 2 21.7B1. Under RDA, how could it be considered anything but a "Compilation of Works by Different Agents" (220.127.116.11)? "If the work is a compilation of works by different agents, construct the authorized access point representing the work by using the preferred title for the compilation (see 6.2.2)."
*Why was the AAP for this work changed from title only (as noted in the record, it was thus on the LC manual authority card; see NUC Pre-1956 Imprints and the older records in LC's own online catalog)? Why was this change made under AACR 2, and then confirmed as correct under RDA? I can only guess that the intent was to treat the work as one "produced by the collaboration of two or more persons" (AACR 2 21.6A) or one that "two or more agents are collaboratively responsible for creating" (RDA 18.104.22.168). But how can collaboration be a factor here, when the author of the second part was probably not even born when the first part was created?
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