From the search pages, you can use the toolbar to open a Help page, consult general information about the Digitale Bibliothek Deutscher Klassiker, start a search or access the Table of Contents, Works by Author, Search History and Marked List pages.
The Search Diaries page can be opened by clicking Diaries on the toolbar.
You can search the Digitale Bibliothek Deutscher Klassiker 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 a drop-down list. In the Search Register page, you can combine search terms using Boolean and proximity searching and search for variations on search terms using truncation searching.
You can use the Keyword field to search for any word or phrase contained within a diary entry. To enter terms into the search box:
When searching in the Keyword field, you can use truncation to retrieve documents containing variations on a term. If you choose to search for more than one term, you can also combine them using Boolean and proximity searching.
You can use the Author field to search for the author of a particular diary entry. To enter terms into the search box:
You can use the Date field to select a range of years to search in.
To select a range of years:
The search will now be restricted to diary entries found in those years.
You can use the Search in field to restrict your search to particular elements in the database.
To select an option:
The search will now be restricted to this selection. The default selection is Full Text and Apparatus.
You can use Display Search Results to choose the way in which the results of your search are presented.
To select an option:
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