For more information about how to use this search form, see the Notes section below the form.
Enter your search terms in only one or two fields. If you enter search terms in more than one field, any results you get will have to match what you entered in all of those fields. Because of this, consider beginning by searching on only one field.
Note: This database includes anthologies and collections.
Notes on searching
This search engine is very basic: it will not correct for spelling errors.
Enter your search terms in only one or two fields. If you enter search terms in more than one field, any results you get will have to match what you entered in all of those fields. Be as accurate as possible in your spellings, Do not include any punctuation or quotation marks in your entries. If you get no results, reduce the number of fields in which you search.
Explanation of fields
- Abbreviation: if you found the abbreviated name of an anthology or collection in the INDEX, enter it here to find the full citation.
- Editor: enter the name of an editor or compiler of an anthology, or the name of a composer of a collection. Partial names might produce better results then full names.
- Title: enter a full or partial name of an anthology or collection.
- Series: enter the full or partial name of a series.
- Contents: enter the full or partial name of a composer, or a full or partial title of a composition.
- Publisher: enter the full or partial name of a company or other publishing entity.
- Libraries: Enter the OCLC code of a particular library, or for the USA a state abbreviation followed by a hyphen (i.e. NJ-, if you want to find libraries in New Jersey that own a copy of the volume you want to find).
The following fields will appear as part of your search results, but they contain primarily abbreviations, and are not practical for quick searches. As a result, they are not currently included in the search form.