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A good book review is a short, good essay. "Indeed," Dr. King once suggested in his essay The Book Review, "a review of only 50 or 60 words may serve admirably. . . . There is no intrinsic value in a 60-word limit, but for acquiring writing discipline, there is a great value in having limits which must be respected." Books are not book reviews, however, and brevity may be damaging. A book intended for specialists in radiology, hematology, and chemotherapy is definitely no place to cut corners.
Although there are numerous good and redeeming features in each of the
Clinical Radiology of the Lymphomas.. Ann Intern Med. 1974;81:421. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-81-3-421_1
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