All things being relative, the Times is still a book-review bonanza.
He had sold only one book-review, and he was using Corydon's money again.
There was a book-review in it a few days ago that I—I liked very much.'
The comparison of a review to a portrait fixes attention on one essential quality of a book-review.
Whether that it so or not, the book-review is not, as a rule, the place for abstract argument.
It is a result, I believe, of a wrong conception of what a book-review should be.
The cost of the other room was the price of a book-review, and that sometimes meant a whole day of his precious time.
His father came out and stretched in a wicker chair with the Times book-review section.