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Using citation (bibliographic) search

Citation search lets you look for words that occur in author, title or subject fields.

To use the citation search enter a term or phrase in the text box and select the drop-down to select the citation field you wish to search within (i.e., author, title, subject). This type of search is limited to the bibliographic fields associated with the texts, not the texts themselves. You will not be searching the full text during a citation search.

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