A Very JSTOR Listicle: 'What Would They Have Searched?'

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10. Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon_wikimedia
“life hacks looking taller in portraits”

9. Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Elizabeth Cady Stanton Wikimedia
“do hemlines rly go up with stock prices”

8. Jean-Paul Sartre

JPS 2 Wikimedia
“simone de beauvoir bathing suit”

7. Emily Dickinson

Dickinson Wikimedia
“rhymes with ‘wampum of the night’”

6. Hegel

Hegel Wikimedia
“what does phenomenology actually mean”


5. Oscar Wilde

Portrait of Oscar Wilde with Cane
“topman final sale items”

4. Elizabeth I

Liz I
“singles events westminster”

3. Alexander the Great

Alex the Gr8 Wikimedia
“alexander the great”


2. Marie-Antoinette

Marie Antoinette Wikimedia
“1,500BR chateau max price 2 billion francs accepts credit”


1. Sigmund Freud

Sigmund_Freud wikimedia
“dream interpretation teeth falling out”


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