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Nature volume 127, page 371 (07 March 1931) | Download Citation



IT cannot yet be said that the good index is the general rule, whether for books or for periodical literature, and no reader of NATURE will regard a new book on the subject as superfluous. Dr. Walsh's book does not deal with main theoretical principles, and contains little that is new for actual practice? but the main features that make for good indexing cannot be repeated too often, and they are here, on the whole, set out with due emphasis.

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