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ARTH 348 - British Portraiture - Trittel: Find Articles

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  • Group keywords with quotation marks to search as an exact phrase. Example: “dragon robe”
  • Use AND to combine several keywords or phrases. Example: “dragon robe”  AND chinese
  • Use OR to search for information about one term, and also articles about another term. Example: textile OR fiber
  • Use the asterisk * if you want to search multiple iterations of a keyword. Example: weav* = weaving, weave, weaved

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  • Subject links limit results to a specific topic or discipline
  • Specify a publication date range
  • Search within the title of an article, the summary or the entire text

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