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The year of publication (marked red) is listed next to the author’s name.
In the hit list the location of the item (marked red) is listed beneath the author’s name. The location indicates where an item can be found in the library.
The location is also listed in the detailed information list of an item. Some libraries use colors as a guideline for different locations. The same colors can be found on an item so that readers find more easily what they are looking for.
For every author a link to Wikipedia is generated. This will help to get quick informations about the author.
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