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Introduction

You can describe anthology as an assortment of literary works that a compiler puts together into book form. Usually, it offers an eclectic mix of songs, poems, short stories, essays, or excerpts from books. The books can be by the same author or several different ones.

It might seem strange to go from reading about a collection of books to searching for anthology dog names, but the overall topic and even books within the anthology theme can be inspiring. You can find yourself drawn in by the drama of each collection, and before you know it, end up a fan of the genre.

Therefore, why wouldn’t you want to call your dog a name from an anthology book or your favorite author? The challenging part is not so much wondering whether it’s a good idea or not; it’s choosing anthology dog names that work. 

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Anthology Dog Name Considerations

As mentioned above, deciding you’d like to consider anthology dog names for your new family addition is one thing, but finding one you like is a whole other problem. You have to consider whether you want to name your dog after a book, an author, or a collection.

Will they suit the name of a book excerpt, a short story, or a literary mastermind that appears at the top of the food chain? There are so many things to consider, not to mention whether the name you like the best will even suit your dog.

If you want to make the process easier for yourself, you can start by narrowing down names by gender. Are you getting a female or a male? Many names and words that appear in the theme will suit both genders, but some anthology names could take after a man or woman. It’s up to you to choose wisely.

You may also find that your new puppy is characteristic of your favorite anthology author. They may appear happy and jovial in how they write, or they could even have quirks not dissimilar to your dog. Your dog will have their name for life, so take your time in choosing the best anthology dog names that will suit your pooch well. 

Male Anthology Dog Names

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Terry
Terry Teachout, an acute cultural commentator
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Amaravati
Amaravati Poetic Prism
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Aneirin
A Welsh medieval manuscript
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Bodley
From the Book of Bodley Head Verse
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Albion
1969 works of Children of Albion
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Contes
A section of Contes et nouvelles en verse ribald tales
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Quill
From the publisher Quill and Parchment Press
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Helicon
From the 1600 Englands Helicon works
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Faber
Of the publishers Faber & Faber
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Ivo
An anthology works editor
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Georgie
Taken from Georgian poetry
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Harvill
A section of the Harvill Book of 20th Century Poetry in English
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Isshu
13th century Japanese poet
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Waka
Classical Japanese literature
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Kaifuso
Fond recollections of poetry
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Kanshi
Meaning Chinese poetry
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Teika
Fujiwara no Teika, a Japanese poet and critic
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Kokin
Collection of ancient and current Japanese poems
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Yoshu
Part of Man Yoshu Anthology of a Myriad Leaves
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Mochi
From the poet Otomo no Yakamochi
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Oestara
From Oestara Publishing LLC
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Oxford
From Oxford English
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Palgrave
From the 1861 collection Palgrave's Golden Treasury
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Hazara
Poems for the Hazara
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Percy
From the 17th century Percy Folio
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Wole
Poet Wole Soyinka
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Jing
Shi Jing, the book of classic poetry
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Tottels
Songs and sonnets
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Gogh
Of Van Gogh's Ear: Best World of Poetry & Prose
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Theri
Play on Therigatha, Buddhist text

Female Anthology Dog Names

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Lisa
Author of Sisters of Tomorrow
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Elizabeth
An anthology editor
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Marie
Of Marie de France, 1170 poet
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Julian
The earliest woman to write an anthology book
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Margery
An English Christian mystic
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Anne
An English writer and poet
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Isabella
First professional female writer in Britain
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Aemilla
Professional poet and author of Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum
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Rachel
A poet and polemicist
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Jane
An anthology Christian mystic
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Aphra
An English playwright who broke down cultural barriers
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Lucy
A former slave who wrote the Bars Fight ballad
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Wheatley
Phillis Wheatley, the first African American published poet
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Baillie
From Joanna Baillie, the Scottish poet and dramatist
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Dot
Short for Dorothy, a diarist, author, and poet
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Letitia
A writer primarily known as L.E.L
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Fern
Fanny Fern, the American novelist and children's writer
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Charlotte
From the well known Charlotte Bronte
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Florry
A play on Florence Nightingale, an English social reformer
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Augusta
An English poet and writer
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Chopin
From the woman Kate Chopin, American short stories author
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Olive
The name of an anti-war campaigner and South African poet
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Willa
A recognized American author who wrote about life on the Great Plains
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Mina
A first generation modernist - the last of her kind
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Elinor
Known for her sensuous poetry
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Zora
Influential African American anthrologist
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Djuna
Know for her lesbian fiction book Nightwood
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Marita
Commonly associated with the Harlem Renaissance
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Meridel
Involved with the proletarian movement
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May
The prolific American poet

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