John Barth

#TitleYearScore
1Add to wishlist.LETTERS197934.32*Corpus frequency correction applied.
2Add to wishlist.Lost in the Funhouse196831.32
3Add to wishlist.The Sot-Weed Factor196025.58
4Add to wishlist.Giles Goat-Boy196624.07
5Add to wishlist.Chimera197222.00
6Add to wishlist.The Floating Opera195619.18
7Add to wishlist.The End of the Road195818.25
8Add to wishlist.Sabbatical198212.12
9Add to wishlist.Once Upon a Time199412.03
10Add to wishlist.The Tidewater Tales19879.76
11Add to wishlist.The Last Voyage of Somebody the Sailor19918.55

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N-gram Frequency Correction.

Titles consisting of words or phrases that are exceedingly common in the English language corpus (such as Stephen King's It or Joyce Carol Oates's them) tend to be overrepresented in search results, thus resulting in an articially inflated citation count. To counteract this tendency, Metacanon adjusts the scores for these works accordingly. Scores subjected to n-gram frequency correction are estimates only and are marked with an asterisk. N-gram freqencies are drawn from the Corpus of Contemporary American English.

We apply a slightly different n-gram frequency correction to New York Times citation counts. These are marked with a dagger, where applicable.


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Non-unique author Correction.

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