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But perhaps the most famous ad in the New York Review of Books never ran at all. In Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall,” Allen’s Alvy Singer overhears a heady first-date conversation, and decodes the literary mystique behind the personals thusly:
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In other books, however, authors may argue for their theory about a particular phenomenon. Reviews of these books should evaluate what kind of theory the book is arguing for, how much and what kind of evidence the author uses to support his/her scholarly claims, how valid the evidence seems, how expert the author is, and how much the book contributes to the knowledge of the field.