Advice on Preparing Reviews
- Give the name of the author, title of the book (as given on the title page) and full publisher's data at the top of the review, and reviewer's residence (left) and name (right) in italics at the end of the review.
- Give the price and be sure to give the ISBN.
Eksteins, M., Walking Since Daybreak: a Story of Eastern Europe, World War II, and the Heart of Our century (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1999), pp. xiv + 358. $27.50. ISBN 0395937477
Andorka, R., et al. (eds.), A Society Transformed: Hungary in Time-Space Perspective, (Budapest: Central European University Press, 1999), pp. xiv + 206. £16.95. ISBN 9639116491.
- Reviews should not contain any notes.
- Short quotations in one language only (English preferred).
- Brief descriptions of any works quoted should be given within the body of the review.
- Longer, indented quotations should be avoided.
- There should be no words in Cyrillic at all.