On first encounter, the Romanians' anthology felt like a wonderful one-liner.
Khalil Gibran, the Lebanese poet best known to readers here for his 1923 book The Prophet, begins the anthology.
The strength of this anthology is that it gives us an idea of what is European in the broadest possible sense.
Davis is 97 years old, the only one of the 14 authors with stories in the anthology who is still alive.
Her most recent book, Reality Matters , is an anthology of essays that she edited about reality shows.
If one were to compile an anthology of the world's best twenty stories, this story would be among them.
Selections from these, arranged in chronological order, appear in this anthology.
These have been collected into the "Greek anthology;" but the greater part of them are contemptible in a poetic point of view.
For these reasons we have admitted few punning epigrams into this anthology, and those only as examples of a faulty kind.
With a sigh Missy put the pad and pencil in the anthology, laid the whole on the bench, and obediently went to mind the Baby.
1630s, "collection of poetry," from Latin anthologia, from Greek anthologia "collection of small poems and epigrams by several authors," literally "flower-gathering," from anthos "a flower" (see anther) + logia "collection, collecting," from legein "gather" (see lecture (n.)). Modern sense (which emerged in Late Greek) is metaphoric, "flowers" of verse, small poems by various writers gathered together.