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Recently in Library Assistant Question paper of Patna High court. I read it is an alphabetic index to a book or an author work. Is it correct or not.
A concordance is an alphabetical list of the principal words used in a book or body of work showing location in the text with immediate contexts. Because of the time and difficulty and expense involved in creating a concordance in the pre-computer era, only works of special importance, such as the Bible, Qur'an or the works of Shakespeare, had concordances prepared for them. Refer: Barman, B. (2022). A comprehensive book on Library and Information Science. LIS Links. Page 207