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Series: Prog

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Classic Rock Presents Prog, Issue 13, February 2010 by Jerry Ewing13
Classic Rock Presents Prog, Issue 13, January 2011 by Jerry Ewing13
Classic Rock Presents Prog, Issue 14, March 2010 by Jerry Ewing14
Classic Rock Presents Prog, Issue 15, May 2010 by Jerry Ewing15
Classic Rock Presents Prog, Issue 16, July 2010 by Jerry Ewing16
Classic Rock Presents Prog, Issue 17, June 2011 by Jerry Ewing17
Classic Rock Presents Prog, Issue 18, October 2010 by Jerry Ewing18
Classic Rock Presents Prog, Issue 20, October 2011 by Jerry Ewing20
Classic Rock Presents Prog, Issue 23, February 2012 by Jerry Ewing23
Prog, Issue 24, March 2012 by Jerry Ewing24
Prog, Issue 25, July 2012 by Jerry Ewing25
Prog, Issue 26, May 2012 by Jerry Ewing26
Prog, Issue 28, July 2012 by Jerry Ewing28
Prog, Issue 29, August 2012 by Jerry Ewing29
Prog, Issue 34, April 2013 by Jerry Ewing34
Prog, Issue 36, June 2013 by Jerry Ewing36
Prog, Issue 37, July 2013 by Jerry Ewing37
Prog, Issue 44, March 2014 by Jerry Ewing44
Prog, Issue 46, June 2014 by Jerry Ewing46
Prog, Issue 47, July 2014 by Jerry Ewing47
Prog, Issue 49, September 2014 by Jerry Ewing49
Prog, Issue 51, December 2014 by Jerry Ewing51
Prog, Issue 55, April 2015 by Jerry Ewing55
Prog, Issue 56, May 2015 by Jerry Ewing56
Prog, Issue 59, September 2015 by Jerry Ewing59
Prog, Issue 60, October 2015 by Jerry Ewing60
Prog, Issue 62, January 2016 by Jerry Ewing62
Prog, Issue 63, February 2016 by Jerry Ewing63
Prog, Issue 64, March 2016 by Jerry Ewing64
Prog, Issue 65, April 2016 by Jerry Ewing65
Prog, Issue 66, May 2016 by Jerry Ewing66
Prog, Issue 67, June 2016 by Jerry Ewing67
Prog, Issue 69, September 2016 by Jerry Ewing69
Prog, Issue 70, October 2016 by Jerry Ewing70
Prog, Issue 71, November 2016 by Jerry Ewing71
Prog, Issue 75, March 2017 by Jerry Ewing75
Prog, Issue 76, May 2017 by Jerry Ewing76
Prog, Issue 78, July 2017 by Jerry Ewing78
Prog, Issue 80, September 2017 by Jerry Ewing80
Prog, Issue 82, December 2017 by Jerry Ewing82
Prog, Issue 83, January 2018 by Jerry Ewing83
Prog, Issue 86, April 2018 by Jerry Ewing86
Prog, Issue 87, May 2018 by Jerry Ewing87
Prog, Issue 88, June 2018 by Jerry Ewing88
Prog, Issue 89, July 2018 by Jerry Ewing89
Prog, Issue 90, September 2018 by Jerry Ewing90
Prog, Issue 91, October 2018 by Jerry Ewing91

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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