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Stephen, are you saying that the $n and $p should be included in the 
work title? Can you give an example or two?

Thanks,
kc

On 4/17/15 12:45 PM, Stephen Hearn wrote:
> Note that 245 subfields $n (Part number) and $p (Part title) are 
> generally included as components of the title proper when constructing 
> authorized access points for a work that is part of another work. 
> Their use in the transcribed 245 can pose all kinds of problems, but 
> when they're there, and when they're correct, and when there's no 
> 130/240 to prefer ...
>
> Stephen
>
> On Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 2:17 PM, J. McRee Elrod <[log in to unmask] 
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>
>     Mark said:
>
>
>     >pybibframe uses 245$a as our base Work title in BF Lite
>
>     Even is there is a 130 or 240?
>
>     Is this because Bibframe considered different expressions to be
>     different
>     works?
>
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