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How do you find book reviews?
Book reviews appear in newspapers and scholarly journals. To locate these you can use a title search of a particular periodical, such as Australian Book Review.
Start with the Library Catalogue
- select the Browse alphabetically tab
- choose subjects from the drop-down list
- Type your keywords in the search bar
- Australian Book Review - The official journal of the National Book Council (Australia), and the Australian Book Review index.
- Two books by Ken Gelder & Paul Salzman: The New Diversity : Australian Fiction 1970-88 and After the Celebration : Australian Fiction 1989-2007
Where can you find online book reviews?
You can find the following databases online by visiting our eResources portal and searching for the database under the Browse eResources tab.
AustLit provides authoritative information on creative and critical works of Australian literature and on more than 700,000 Australian authors and literary organisations. In the AustLit database, see the Anthology of Criticism, under the 'Reading' tab, for full-text articles about selected authors and their works.
Australian Book Review Online has a national scope and is committed to highlighting the full range of critical and creative writing from around Australia.
Registered members of the National Library can access these databases from home