a history or information of books and manuscripts with sees of this different versions the times if they had been printed etc
- a list of writings over time and place of publication (like the writings of an individual author or perhaps the works regarded in organizing a document etc.)
- a brief history or description of publications and manuscripts, with sees of different versions, the days when they had been imprinted, etc.
publications or articles being pertaining to a subject or author. This is an annotated bibliography and. A large bibliography is published as a novel sometimes.
1670s, "the writing of publications," from Greek bibliographia "the writing of books," from biblio- + graphos "(something) attracted or written" (see -graphy). Feeling of "a list of publications that form the literature of an interest" is first attested 1869. Related: Bibliographic.
In formal or scholastic writing, a bibliography is a list of references or citations acknowledging the origin of data or a few ideas. Your message "bibliography" virtually means "writing about publications."
(n.) A brief history or information of publications and manuscripts, with sees associated with the various versions, the occasions when they had been imprinted, etc.
A historical bibliography of these curves is given in Brocard, Notes de bibliographie des courbes geometriques (1897).