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Terri Quick wrote:
> We have had similar problems with Shakespeare.  Now instead on using
> 822.33 SHA, we use 822.33 and the first three letters of the title.  For
> example, Romeo and Juliet would be 822.33 ROM.  This new way has made it
> a little easier to locate the title you're looking for.

Another possibility, if you have sufficient Shakespeare books AND 
sufficient shelf space, is to devote one shelf to that author. I've been 
able to do that with a couple of authors, and it really helps.

David Lininger, kb0zke
MS/HS Librarian
Skyline MS/HS
Urbana, MO 65767
(417) 993-4226
t s s 0 0 3 @ t n p dot m o r e dot net

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