See also:
Search Fields|Search Options|Browse Indexes
Boolean Searching |Proximity Searching
Truncation Searching|Customise Search Results

Eighteenth-Century Fiction: Search

From the Search page, you can use the Page Toolbar to open a context-sensitive Help page and to clear the Search form.

From every page in Eighteenth-Century Fiction you can use the Right-Hand Toolbar to consult general information about Eighteenth-Century Fiction, to start a new search, to access the top-level Table of Contents page, and to switch between components of Individual Literature Collections.

You can access the Search page by clicking the Refine Search icon on the Page Toolbar of any of the Eighteenth-Century Fiction pages. Your original search terms will be preserved in the Search form. You can start a fresh search by clicking on the New Search icon on the Right-Hand Toolbar.

You can search Eighteenth-Century Fiction using a combination of the following search fields:

To conduct a search, either type the required search terms (individual words or phrases) into the relevant search boxes or select them from a browse index. Search Options are selected from drop-down lists. In addition, a customise search results option enables you to specify the way in which results are retrieved.

In the Search page, you can combine search terms using Boolean and proximity searching and search for variations on search terms using truncation.

Note: Between search boxes, all terms are treated by default as if they were combined using the Boolean operator AND.

When you have finished making your selections, click Search. The Summary of Matches page will appear displaying the results of your search.

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