By Hal W. Hall
This formidable paintings offers single-point, unified entry to a few of the main major books, articles, and information stories within the technological know-how fiction, myth, and horror genres. Entries are prepared in sections-author (subarranged by way of name) and subject-and can have as much as 50 topic phrases assigned. No different reference software addresses the secondary literature of this fast-growing and dynamic box with such in-depth topic insurance as this paintings, nor techniques its breadth of insurance. aimed toward educational libraries, huge public libraries, a few tuition and medium-sized public libraries, and person students, this index supplementations technological know-how Fiction and myth Reference Index: 1985-1991 (Libraries limitless, 1993) and technological know-how Fiction and myth Reference Index: 1878-1984 (Gale study, 1987).
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