Can you use the same title for an entire series and just add a part 1, part 2, etc?
Will you have problems with search engines if you do this?
Yes, you can do that. Search engines would not have a problem with that.
Actually, HubPages said in a blog post called "easy fixes and common blunders" that you should specially NOT do that.
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