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Tips for Searching

AND, OR, NOT (Keyword Boolean)

  • Use AND, OR, NOT to combine search terms
  • Use quotation marks to indicate phrases: "Divina Commedia"
  • Use opening and closing parentheses to group search terms
  • Use ? or * to truncate: donna? or donna*  (will find singular and plural forms). Note that the use of truncation symbols vary in each database or catalog.
  • There is no need to write with diacritics (accents, tildes, etc.)

Examples:

Celestina AND (tema? OR critica?)

Fernando de Rojas AND “Celestina”

“Teatro” AND "comedia" AND Spain

"social aspects" AND “Spanish literature”

Spanish AND "clitic placement"

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Interlibrary Loan

If we do not have the book you are looking for, you can request to have it brought from another library through the Interlibrary Loan service. Click here to access the form.