Q. How can I find this article?

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If you have a title, the quickest way to search for it might be to type (or copy/paste) that article title into the search box on the Library's main page.

Usually, even part of a title is enough.  For example, entering the title "Irony, Silence, and Time" brings up the correct article.  Typing the full title ("Irony, Silence, and Time: Frederick Douglass on the Fifth of July") isn't necessary.

  • Last Updated Sep 24, 2020
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  • Answered By A.D. Griffith

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