New Shakespeare Search Engine Launches
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.1041 Wednesday, 22 November 2006
From: Philip Weller <
Date: Tuesday, 21 Nov 2006 20:01:19 -0800
Subject: 17.1023 New Shakespeare Search Engine Launches
Comment: Re: SHK 17.1023 New Shakespeare Search Engine Launches
One severe limitation of the Folger search engine is that there is no way
(that I can see) to get a partial match. For instance, a search on
"blood" will not bring up "bloody," "bloodier," or "bloodiest."
The search engines on my site <http://www.clicknotes.com>will do only
whole words or partial matches -- your choice.
Another note: There is no search engine that will return the idea, not
just the word--for instance, Lady Macbeth's "I scorn to bear a heart so
The link in Martin Mueller's message did not work, so I Googled Wordhoard
& found that it's something that has to be downloaded and has system
requirements that are beyond the capabilities of my machine.
I think the best--most flexible, most intuitive--Shakespeare search engine
is at this address:
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