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  1. Systematic Reviews : Synthesis of Best Evidence for Health Care Decisions
  2. The Child's View of the Third Reich in German Literature: The Eye Among the Blind.(Book Review): An article from: The Modern Language Review by Bill Niven, 2002-10-01
  3. The Division of Literature: Or, the University in Deconstruction.(Review): An article from: The Modern Language Review by Paul Smethurst, 1999-07-01
  4. Haiti.(Review): An article from: World Literature Today by Jacqueline Brice-Finch, 1999-03-22
  5. The Scottish Invention of English Literature.(Review): An article from: The Modern Language Review by Macdonald Daly, 2000-01-01
  6. Der weiBe Berg. (Mongolia). (book review): An article from: World Literature Today by Keith Hitchins, 2001-06-22
  7. Supply management: what's in a name? Or, do we know who we are? (A Point of View).(literature review; etymology): An article from: Journal of Supply Chain Management by Ralph G. Kauffman, 2002-09-22
  8. The Vietnam War in History, Literature, and Film.(Book Review): An article from: Infantry Magazine by James Clifford, 2004-09-01
  9. The Uses of Literature: Life in the Socialist Chinese Literary System.(Review): An article from: World Literature Today by Timothy C. Wong, 2001-01-01
  10. Playboys: Production Histories.(Playboys of the Western World: Production Histories)(Book Review): An article from: English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 by J.P. Wearing, 2005-09-22
  11. Classics of Modern South Asian Literature.(Review) (book review): An article from: The Journal of the American Oriental Society by Michael C. Shapiro, 2000-04-01
  12. Woolf & ten women.(Book Review): An article from: English Literature in Transition 1880-1920 by Eleanor McNees, 2005-03-22
  13. The Spirit Level. (book reviews): An article from: World Literature Today by Sudeep Sen, 1996-09-22
  14. The Sociology of literature: Theoretical approaches (Sociological review monograph)

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122. The Fantasy Place: Fantasy And Science Fiction Book Reviews
Provides reviews of fantasy literature for children and young adults.
Updates: August 29, 2002- Yes, I am aware that I have been absent for over a year, and yes, I am deeply sorry. However matters of education (ahh! it's all about to start again!) have caused me to abandon this site. However I've got some goodies: a new color scheme, a new page (about me- not like anyone really wanted to know), and a bunch of reviews in the works.
July 21, 2001 -I have fiddled around, updated everything, done lotsa cool stuff... I am also working on the coding for a cool new thing (for me!)a button bar! See the Coming Soon section for more. June 17, 2001 - I added the review for The Subtle Knife June 16, 2001 - Oh my gosh! I am very very sorry for the long span of time I was away, school makes this kind of thing very difficult. Anyway, I have been showing off my artistic prowess by making two new banners ! Hooray! I am also in the middle of a lot of other stuff, reviews, small fixes, etc. The delinquent counter is now officially banished; as my web host keeps sending me emails about my use of cgi script and blah blah blah... October 31, 2000

123. BookAngles
BookAngles is the conservativevalues angle on literature for home and family. Their family reviews books to help you judge suitability for your family.

124. Canadian Literature: Review
Review of The Closer We Are to Dying from the journal, Canadian literature.
"Life Stories " Joe Fiorito The Closer We Are to Dying . McClelland and Stewart $22.99 Order It!
Josef Skvorecky When Eve Was Naked: A Journey through Life . Key Porter $27.95
Reviewed by Joel Baetz
The Closer We Are to Dying When Eve Was Naked
The Closer We Are to Dying The Closer We Are to Dying The Closer We Are to Dying
The Closer We Are to Dying
avoids the sugary-sweetness that often coats lesser fare. With the exception of only a few stories, Fiorito refuses to slip into a Tuesdays with Morrie The Closer We Are to Dying may not push Canadian life-writing in any new directions, but it does make for a compelling read, particularly because of the sheer quality of its prose, appreciation for emotional complexity, and willingness to push aside generic innovations and textual experimentation in favour of a well-told story.
When Eve Was Naked
When Eve Was Naked The Closer We Are to Dying

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125. JSTOR: African American Review
the journal prints essays on African American literature, theatre, film, the visualarts, and culture generally; interviews; poetry; fiction; and book reviews.
African American Review
(continues Black American Literature Forum JSTOR Coverage: Vols. 26 - 34, 1992-2000
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Publisher St. Louis University Moving Wall As the official publication of the Division on Black American Literature and Culture of the Modern Language Association, the quarterly journal African American Review promotes a lively exchange among writers and scholars in the arts, humanities, and social sciences who hold diverse perspectives on African American literature and culture. Between 1967 and 1976, the journal appeared under the title Negro American Literature Forum and for the next fifteen years was titled Black American Literature Forum . In 1992, African American Review changed its name for a third time and expanded its mission to include the study of a broader array of cultural formations. Currently, the journal prints essays on African American literature, theatre, film, the visual arts, and culture generally; interviews; poetry; fiction; and book reviews. AAR has received three American Literary Magazine Awards for Editorial Content in the 1990s.

126. Shadow Play: Book Reviews
Josh Lehto's personal reviews of SF and fantasy literature.
Feature Recent Reads Reviews Links I think I've finally nailed down how to describe the types of books I review at this site. I've broken up my Reviews section to reflect four categories of fiction that fall into the Shadow Play spectrum. Currently Reading: The Speed of Dark by Elizabeth Moon Featured Book: Solitaire
by Kelley Eskridge Ren "Jackal" Segura was born at the very beginning of the first attempt at world government. She, and all of the other children born at the stroke of midnight on that New Years Day are to be raised as "Hopes" - special ambassadors to the world government, symbols of pride for the people of their homelands, children afforded every opportunity to prepare for the duties they will assume on their 23rd birthday. But an unexpected disaster leaves Jackal accused of an act of mass murder. A questionable admission of guilt buys her a sentence reduction and participation in an experimental form of induced Virtual Containment. Jackal will spend the next eight months living out eight years of virtual time in the perfect and unbroken isolation of a cell in her mind. Review Recent Reads: Sister Alice
by Robert Reed Trans-human Space Opera
The Fox Woman
by Kij Johnson Retold Japanese Fable
The Hauntings of Hood Canal
by Jack Cady Northwest Supernatural Fiction
The Changeling of Finnistuath
by Kate Horsley Medieval gender allegory
Reviews: Recommended
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Future Reality Fiction (Science Fiction)
Margaret Atwood - The Handmaid's Tale
Max Barry - Jennifer Government
Octavia Butler -

127. Literature Resources For Understanding Biological Effects Of EM Fields
reviews in Journals and Monographs. The journal and monograph literature containsnumerous reviews of this field, which vary in scope and viewpoint.
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Literature Resources for Understanding Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields
Author: Robert B. Goldberg, Ph.D.
Date: January, 1996 Last modified on: Tuesday, July 16, 2002 12:53:14
The physicist or engineer seeking information on the possible biological effects of nonionizing electric and magnetic (EM) fields is faced with a difficult task. EM fields appear to have emerged as a new public health issue in 1979 with publication of Wertheimer and Leeper's study of childhood cancer in relation to power distribution line proximity [1]. However, concerns about possible health effects of microwave and radiofrequency energy go back to the Second World War and before, and reports of health effects appear in the Soviet and Eastern European literature in the 1950s and 1960s. To support research in this multidisciplinary area, our group at Information Ventures Inc. (IVI) reviews this literature for private subscribers and government agencies. IVI has collected more than 25,000 research papers related to the biological effects of EM fields for our commercially available electronic database, the EMF Database . The reports span the disciplines of physics and engineering, biophysics, molecular genetics, cell biology, plant and animal physiology, clinical applications, whole organism, and ecological studies. Understanding such a diverse literature exceeds the expertise of any individual scientist, and many of the better studies are themselves collaborations between physicist/engineers and biologists.

128. Page Not Found - IVillage
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129. Gene Networks From Microarray Data
In this literature thesis, I attempt to give an update on the state of the very promisingone, is apparent from the large amount of recent reviews published on
Analysis of data from microarray experiments,
the state of the art in gene network reconstruction
Literature thesis by Bas E. Dutilh
Theoretical biology and Bioinformatics
Utrecht University Reference: Bas E. Dutilh and P. Hogeweg (1999), "Gene Networks from Microarray Data", report Binf.1999.11.01, Bioinformatics, Utrecht University ( Home


More recent literature
Since the development of the microarray technique in 1995, there has been an enormous increase in gene expression data from several organisms. Based on the view of gene systems as a logical network of nodes that influence each other's expression levels, scientists dream of being able to reconstruct the precise gene interaction network from the expression data obtained with this large scale arraying technique. Computer science shows that inference of a logical regulatory network is possible solely from sets of expression data, and mathematicians are working on the question how much data is at least necessary for reverse engineering.
Meanwhile, experimental biologists are experiencing problems in the field. The number of experiments that are necessary before attempting network reconstruction is a lot more than is generally possible in ``wet'' laboratories, so data compression algorithms are applied to reduce the number of nodes considered. This is however an extremely coarse representation of the intricate interconnections that exist between single genes. The resulting network of only a handful of nodes is therefore usually only sufficient to describe the experiments performed, while any possible predicting properties are absent.

130. Flying Turkeys
Includes the Garage Sale Gold science fiction book reviews, The literature of Shortwave Radio, Dueling Dictionaries (a comparison of collegiatelevel dictionaries) and a database of overblown prose.
Welcome to
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science fiction book reviews The Literature of Shortwave Radio
celebrating an obscure but noble avocation The Links Page
because there's no escape from links pages Email the Turkeys

131. Index THIS!
An index of reviews of short stories and novels from the Science Fiction and Supernatural/Horror genres.
INDEX THIS. Reading Responses From Sci-Fi lit. and Supernatural/Horror Lit. This one's for You, Dr. Coats! Sci-Fi Lit: Spring Semester, 1997 "Crucifixus Etiam" by Walter M. Miller, Jr. Deborah's Response Dawn's Response The Day The Martians Came by Frederick Pohl Deborah's Response Dawn's Response The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury Deborah's Response Dawn's Response Martian Time-Slip by Phillip K. Dick Deborah's Response Dawn's Response Out of the Silent Planet - by C.S. Lewis Deborah's Response Dawn's Response A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs Deborah's Response Dawn's Response Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson Deborah's Response Dawn's Response Red Planet by Robert A Heinlein Deborah's Response Dawn's Response The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells Deborah's Response Dawn's Response Elements of Science Fiction in A Princess of Mars Deborah's Paper Dawn's Paper  Supernatural/Horror Lit: Spring Semester, 1998 Horror Final by Deborah The Cask of Amontillado " by Edgar Allen Poe Deborah's Response "The Call of Cthulhu"- by H.P. Lovecraft Deborah's Response Dawn's Response Dracula by Bram Stoker Deborah's Response Dawn's Response "He Who Walks Between The Rows" by Stephen King Deborah's Response Dawn's Response Ligeia " by Edgar Allan Poe Deborah's Response "The October Game" by Ray Bradbury Deborah's Response "Pickman's Model" by H.P. Lovecraft

132. Abiator's Bookworm Cafe
Children's literatureoriented site with reviews submitted by and for children.
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133. Weblist! Russia - Literature. Review.
The site also features some short information about its authors, reviews of new releases,links; plus announcements and cronicles of Moscow`s literature life.

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The russian and foreign prose and poetry. Database contains thousands entries. About 355 Mb of miscellaneous texts. LitPage
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Maksim Moshkow's library
The russian and foreign prose and poetry. Database contains thousands entries. About 355 Mb of miscellaneous texts. Lame Pegasus eKniga - Literary search system A.NAGEL A.Nagel`s poetry, songs and prose on his own literary site; together with already published works there`re some recent ones. ôÅËÓÔÙ Serge N.Kozintsev A little literary page by Serge N.Kozintsev. It features his short stories, tales, and other writing. Public Library of Vladimir Vysotsky This site features about 600 song lyrics by Vladimir Vysotsky - well-known russian bard, also you'll be prompted to take a part in real-time chat on the same subject. The literature of today: view from the deep. The anthology of modern russian literature. The site also features some short information about its authors, reviews of new releases, links; plus announcements and cronicles of Moscow`s literature life.

134. Steven Wu's Book Reviews
reviews of novels from many genres, including science fiction, fantasy, and literature.
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Steven Wu's Book Reviews Here are some book reviews that I have written. I read a lot of science fiction and fantasy, but I avoid few genres. I also occasionally review short-story collections and graphic novels (which are just nicely bound comic-book collections). Please email me if you have any comments, criticisms, or (especially!) book suggestions. In addition to the navigation bar above, you can see my links to other book-review sites and statistics for this page New Reviews : Mark Haddon's The Curious Incident and Diana Wynn Jones's Howl's Moving Castle
May 29, 2004 (5:15 AM)
ADDED reviews of Mark Haddon 's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time and Diana Wynn Jones 's Howl's Moving Castle
I actually finished Vernor Vinge 's A Deepness in the Sky , which turned out to be really excellentafter taking two or three days to read the first third of the novel, I finished the thrilling last two-thirds in a single day (almost a single sitting). I'm likely to give the novel a 9; the fact that I gave Haddon's novel only an 8, despite the fact that it's won a lot more awards than Vinge's novel, says something I think about my tastes (fun more than serious; thrilling more than cerebralunfortunately these do not describe my personality, only my reading interests).
I'm undecided about what to read next, for a couple of reasons. In particular, I'm trying to decide between a short novel (likely Octavia Butler's

135. Bibliofemme
Includes a database of reviews and recommendations based on bookclub books, including contemporary literature, literary fiction, biography and books by women writers.

136. London Review Of Books Online
Literary review publishing essaylength book reviews and topical articles on politics, literature, history, philosophy, science and the arts by leading writers and thinkers.
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137. The House Of Bren: Literature, Music, Art And More
Includes literature, book reviews, films, art, chess, history, and theology pages from a Boston University of Theology student.
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138. 2002 Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards Announced
Given annually for excellence in children's/young adult literature fiction, poetry, non-fiction and picture book. Winners, guidelines, reviews, articles, and other related resources.
Fiction and Poetry Honor Books
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Lord of the Deep
by Graham Salisbury
(Delacorte) read and hear speech This Land Was Made for You and Me: The Life and Songs of Woody Guthrie
by Elizabeth Partridge
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2002 Fiction and Poetry Honor Books
Amber Was Brave, Essie Was Smart written and illus. by Vera B. Williams (Greenwillow) by Hilary McKay (McElderry)
2002 Nonfiction Honor Books
Handel, Who Knew What He Liked written by M.T. Anderson illus. by Kevin Hawkes (Candlewick) Woody Guthrie: Poet of the People written and illus. by Bonnie Christensen (Knopf)
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139. Knitting Circle Rowse History Centre
Extensive resources on lesbian and gay issues with special emphasis on higher education. Includes art, biography, film, government, historical essays, law, literature, music, poetry, psychology, science, sociology, sports, book reviews, related links, and other topics.
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140. Book And Literature Review Service - APTA
A Weekly literature update featuring society news and announcements, an update onnew titles in the health sciences, including expert timely reviews on more
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Survey after survey indicates that health care professionals' number one information need is to stay up to date with the literature and that their number one information problem is information overload. The APTA Book and Literature Review service addresses these well-documented information needs and problems you face every day.

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