Volume (bibliography)

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Book

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A volume is a physical book.
Although in ordinary academic parlance a monograph is understood to be a specialist academic work, rather than a reference work on a single scholarly subject, in library and information science monograph denotes more broadly any non-serial publication complete in one volume (book) or a finite number of volumes (even a novel like Proust's seven-volume In Search of Lost Time), in contrast to serial publications like a magazine, journal, or newspaper.

Periodical literature

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For instance, a library that subscribes to a periodical and wishes to preserve it typically takes a set of the issues and has them bound into a volume.
Perodicals are typically published and referenced by volume and issue.

Codex

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It may be printed or handwritten.

Monograph

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A volume may also be composed of entries, as in an encyclopedia, or chapters, as in a monograph.
In library cataloging, monograph has a broader meaning, that of a nonserial publication complete in one volume (book) or a definite number of volumes.

Collection

Collection (disambiguation)
The term is commonly used to identify a single book that is part of a larger collection.

Sequence

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Volumes are typically identified sequentially with Roman or Arabic numerals, e.g. "volume 3" or "volume III", commonly abbreviated to "Vol.".

Roman numerals

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Volumes are typically identified sequentially with Roman or Arabic numerals, e.g. "volume 3" or "volume III", commonly abbreviated to "Vol.".

Arabic numerals

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Volumes are typically identified sequentially with Roman or Arabic numerals, e.g. "volume 3" or "volume III", commonly abbreviated to "Vol.".

Bookbinding

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Volumes may be published directly, or they may be created out of bound issues.

Publishing

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A publisher may also separately publish a volume out of previously published issues; this is common with graphic novels.

Graphic novel

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A publisher may also separately publish a volume out of previously published issues; this is common with graphic novels.

Encyclopedia

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A volume may also be composed of entries, as in an encyclopedia, or chapters, as in a monograph.

Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men

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The Lives of the Most Eminent Literary and Scientific Men comprised ten volumes of Dionysius Lardner's 133-volume Cabinet Cyclopaedia (1829–46).

List of poetry collections

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A poetry collection is often a compilation of several poems by one poet to be published in a single volume or chapbook.

List of the largest libraries in the United States

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The size of libraries in the United States is determined by a number of metrics, including number of holdings (in terms of volumes or titles held), by circulation (i.e., library materials checked out or renewed); or by number of library visits.

University of California, Santa Barbara Library

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The library has some three million print volumes, 30,000 electronic journals, 34,450 e-books, 900,055 digitized items, five million cartographic items (including some 467,000 maps and 3.2 million satellite and aerial images), more than 3.7 million pieces of microform, 167,500 sound recordings, and 4,100 manuscripts.

University of Michigan Library

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As of 2017–18, the University Library contained more than 14,217,179 volumes, while all campus library systems combined held more than 15,669,216 volumes.

The Bible Story

The Bible Story is a ten-volume series of hardcover children's story books written by Arthur S. Maxwell based on the King James and Revised Standard versions of the Christian Bible.

Michigan State University Libraries

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As of 2015-16, the MSU Libraries ranked 26th among U.S. and Canadian research libraries by number of volumes (7,261,157 volumes) and 11th among U.S. and Canadian research libraries by number of titles held (7,800,120 titles).

The Betrothed (Manzoni novel)

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The Betrothed (I promessi sposi ) is an Italian historical novel by Alessandro Manzoni, first published in 1827, in three volumes.

Tome

Tome (disambiguation)
A tome or codex is a large book, especially one volume of a multi-volume scholarly work.

Mysticons

Princess Arkayna Goodfey
Arkayna, Emerald, Zarya and Piper undertake an arduous quest to find four spellbooks and animal-themed bracers of mystical power to form the Codex.

I quattro libri dell'architettura

Quattro libri dell'architetturaQuattro LibriFour Books of Architecture
It was first published in four volumes in 1570 in Venice, illustrated with woodcuts after the author's own drawings.