There are multiple ways of navigating the content:
- The main Search box in the header
- Advanced Search (available to users from institutions that have purchased access): search by keyword with date range and content type filter; search using combinations of author name, title, category, date range or identifier
- Explore options: browse lists of people, places, periods, languages, topics and special features (text features including illustration and marginalia)
- Search in English or Arabic: search by English or Arabic in either the English language or Arabic interface by using the dropdown keyboard in the main search box
There are a number of ways to view archive images:
- Click on an image thumbnail on the volume page, a link from the table of contents or link to a chapter or page within search results to open the image viewer
- Images from books are readable from left to right or right to left depending on the volume’s original orientation
- Click through images by using the left and right arrows in the main viewer or in the thumbnail strip. Alternatively, select a thumbnail to view that image.
- Use the image viewer controls on the right to zoom, rotate, return to default view, expand to full screen and move between single image and dual image views.
- Where there are multiple images available, they are displayed by default as double page spreads (except for spine and binding images and fold-outs). To move to single page view select the single page icon at the foot of the icon set in the main image viewer (not available on mobile).
- To navigate through a large set of images quickly, use the image scrollbar. The image scrollbar numbering displays the number of thumbnails not the number of original images.
- Binding, spine and page edge images, where available, are displayed at the beginning (front cover) and end of the set of images (spine, page edges, back cover).
Yes! It's quick and easy for any authenticated user to set up a personal account to save books, chapters or other items to view later, organise saved items into folders, email and export citations, save searches and set up search alerts.
Follow the link in the header to 'Sign in to your personal account': you then have the option to sign in using Google Plus, Facebook or Twitter, or to select 'Sign up now' and enter a few personal details (name, occupation, country, email address and password) to create a Personal Account.
Please note you can use the same Personal Account details to sign in on multiple Bloomsbury platforms, including Bloomsbury Popular Music, Drama Online, Churchill Archive and other forthcoming resources.
Yes, you can print and download individual commentary articles and archive images. All use of the site content is subject to our Terms and Conditions: printing and saving should be for personal use, and standard copyright restrictions apply regarding unauthorised copying and distribution.
From the content page, click on the 'cite' icon to view formatted citations in APA, MLA and Chicago citation styles. You can also download a file in RIS format for importing into reference manager software.
Special features help you navigate to pages with additional features including marginalia, illustration, fold-outs etc. You can browse titles with special features through 'Explore Library' by Special Feature. If a volume includes special features, you can expand the listing at the foot of its volume record and navigate directly to the pages listed.