If you wish to work with characters that fall outside the basic Latin alphabet, you may need to use the "\u" escape character followed by the hexadecimal Unicode value of the character you want. For example, \u00E9 will translate to é; \u1F00 becomes ἀ.
Because Exhibit follows a 32-bit convention, not the 8-bit convention used by Babel, you may encounter problems when you convert text. See discussion here.
If you need to include a quotation mark within a field in your JSON data file, precede it with the \, e.g., "publisher" : "\"Martis\"", results in
"Martis" when you invoke