I did wonder about this. RDA 25.1 defines a related work as "a work related to the resource being described (e.g., an adaptation, commentary, supplement, sequel, part of a larger work)" and Vanda's book is none of these. But, her book would not have been written if LCSH hadn't been written first - like the example of "Bored of the Rings" she took an existing Work and wrote her book around it, rather than just on the same subject.
I've used this reasoning for other records later, so would be good to know if any else has any thoughts on this!
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Is the relationship between the book and LCSH not one of subject, rather than Work?
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examples like that in downloaded RDA records.