Set of books containing articles on all subject.
The topic of a book (not its actual name).
Alphabetical list of subjects in a book.
Person or company which produces the book.
A book that gives meanings, definitions, etc. of words.
A book of maps.
Part of a book where statistcis and factual information is found (usually an addition at the end of a book or document).
The beginning remarks in a book.
Legal rights to a book.
A book is divided into several of these.
Name of the section of the library where atlases, almanacs, encyclopedias, etc. are found.
The name of any book.
Annual book giving brief facts and figures.
Place where books are found.
List of chapter headings.
A blank sheet of paper at the beginning or end of a book, pamphlet, etc.
The area at the top of a page.
Writing about a person's life.
Dictionary of geographical names (places, seas, mountains, etc.)
List of special, technical, or difficult words, usually in alphabetical order, with explanations or comments.
A biography narrated by the author him/herself.
Note or comment at the bottom of a page referring to something on the page.
List of books, articles, magazines, etc. about a particular person or subject.
A collection of selected literary pieces or passages or works or art or music.
The supporting back portion of a book cover.
Literature that is invented by someone.
The main part of a book, excluding the introduction, appendixes, etc.
Literature that is real.