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book review

noun
1.
a critical description, evaluation, or analysis of a book, especially one published in a newspaper or magazine.
2.
a section or page of a newspaper or magazine devoted to such material.
Origin of book review
1860-1865
1860-65
Related forms
book reviewer, noun
book reviewing, noun
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  • A book review (written by a woman) which I have at hand contains some generalizations which bear on the subject.

  • Tom was engaged on a book review for The New Democracy on the staff of which he was employed.

    This Side of Paradise F. Scott Fitzgerald

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