sets, lists, sorted sets, and hashes. Sets, lists, and hashes mimic the
interfaces of their Python equivalents - `set`, `list`, and `dict` - as much
as possible. (Sorted sets have no real Python equivalent, but their interface
-is a hybrid of the `set` and `dict` interface.)
+is a hybrid of the `set` and `dict` interface.) Each has a read-write version,
+and a read-only version suffixed with `View`.
All of them support using non-string types as values (and keys and scores,
as appropriate) by passing :ref:`converters` to the constructor.
+.. autoclass:: SortedSetView