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To find a book without knowing the title as of 2015, perform a search for the book in an online book database, such as WorldCat.org or BookFinder.com, using the information you have on the book. If you know the author, y... More »

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Visiting the closest library or using the Internet can successfully determine an unknown book title. In order to search for the book, it is necessary to have information about the text, such as the author, subject or mai... More »

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You can find a book without knowing its title by searching for the author, the ISBN or even relevant keywords online. Alternately, you can try a local bookstore to ask a professional or an online book forum to see if the... More »

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The International Standard Book Number on a book is located on its bar code, which is typically located on the back side of the book or on the title page. It can also be located on a book's copyright page. More »

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