Reference sources may contain citations to repositories of papers or other primary material. Look under the Background Information tab.
Bibliographies in scholarly books often arrange sources consulted by type. The language may vary but the arrangement is clear - primary and secondary, published and unpublished, manuscripts, letters, papers, archives, etc.
Footnotes in books and journal articles may refer to contemporary publications or other primary materials.
Search by the Title of the book, using the "TITLE" field. You may find this information in bibliographies or lists at the end of entries in reference sources.
If you wish to search for a TOPIC, use the "Anywhere" field. The subject field uses 'official subject headings' and you may not be familiar with them.
USE the Catalogue Search Box in the right hand column.
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