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    MANY of the more advanced theorems in geometry, which are not very often treated to any extent in elementary books, are here dealt with. The author's idea seems to have been to connect the theorems together as much as possible in a continuous and graduated series; and this, together with the fact that they are worked out in a neat and concise form, will greatly add to the utility of the book.

    Higher Geometry.

    Containing an Introduction to Modern Geometry and Elementary Geometrical Conics. By W. J. Macdonald. (Edinburgh: James Thin, 1890.)

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