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Go to your local library and ask for the Reference Desk; any librarian on duty there will be more than happy to point you to the Book Review Digest for 1968. In this wonderful resource you will very likely be able to locate your book either by author or title, and there will be lists of publications, with the date and page number, on which your book was reviewed. If not, return to the librarian who will gladly help you pursue other sources for a review of your book.

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