b'Types of Subject Headings / Namestitle, such as Gone with the wind (Motion picture) or Beowulf, as a subject. Materials about aliterary work with a known author are entered under a name-title heading consisting of the authorsname followed by the title, such as Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Hamlet for a book aboutShakespeares play.Like geographic headings, name headings are numerous beyond the scope of the Sears List andmust be established by the cataloger as needed. Suggested sources for personal and corporate namesare Whos Who; Whos Who in America; Merriam-Websters Biographical Dictionary; TheDictionary of National Biography; the Encyclopedia of Associations; the Library of Congress NameAuthorities online; and the Virtual International Authority File (VIAF) at http://viaf.org/. Generalencyclopedias and standard reference works limited to specific fields are also useful sources fornames.A-26'