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- You have heard that Charles Dickens first published Oliver Twist serially and under a pseudonym and you would like to find the first installation of the novel.
- The history of fashion course you are taking has assigned a research paper on the role of makeup in history. You have decided to look at theatrical makeup.
- You are interested in looking at articles discussing John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion. You realize after you start your search that you are most interested in what was being written during the 1940’s.
NOTE: You can also run your search without any Publication date limitation and then narrow your search results by clicking on the Enter a specific date range right underneath the Publication date histogram
- Knowing that events and eras are named after the fact, you want to find the year when World War I first was referred to by that name in an article title. You think it probably happened sometime between 1935 and 1945.
NOTE: Put quotation marks around phrases like “great war” in order to search for these words as exact phrases.
- You are interested in finding economics journals that also cover political science topics.