Meaning of anthologization in English:



(also British anthologisation)

See anthologize

‘But, as scrutiny of the volumes quickly reveals, the process of anthologization and categorization is neither simple nor self-evidently logical.’
  • ‘Read from an international perspective, the Irish debate about anthologization and its omissions may appear a very late entry into the Anglo-American canon wars of the 1980s.’
  • ‘This is vaguely amusing, perhaps (even though the sentiment it expresses is entirely and damnably false), but is it worthy of anthologization?’
  • ‘The typical approach to anthologization is simply to do everything in one genre.’
  • ‘He received more requests for anthologization of this story than any other.’