Aren’t LCCN 97061407 and 2001430808 both compilations of works by different persons and as such would have an authorized access point based on the preferred title of the compilation (RDA 126.96.36.199)?
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Subject: [PCCLIST] Conflict between author/title NAR and bib 100/245
I'm wondering what the rest of you are doing about conflicts that arise when the title proper for a work consists of the creator's name and the author/title combination appears as a variant on a NAR for a different work.
Consider, for example, the NAR for Spencer, Stanley, ǂc Sir, ǂd 1891-1959. ǂt Works. ǂk Selections. ǂf 2001 (n 2003038257) and the bibliographic record with LCCN 97061407. The 100/245 bib combination matches the 400 on the authority record. (The NAR is coded AACR2 but that's only because of the subfield $c.) How would you break the conflict? Would you add a qualifier to the 400 field of the NAR and if so, what would it be? Or would you change that work's authorized access point by adding a 240 field?
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