Ch 16 - Writing A Book Review-Wartime You are writing a...

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Writing A Book Review-Wartime You are writing a book review to explain the value and important points of the book to someone who has not read it. This is not a book report. In the first paragraph, the introductory paragraph, identify the book, the author, the subject of the book and two or three key points or themes that you will explore in your book review. In the next several paragraphs, five to seven of them depending on the size of your paragraphs, explore the key points or themes of the book. You are not trying to cover everything. That is impossible. But having read the book closely, you should be able to decide what is most interesting and important and then attempt to relate that to the reader of your review. Explore the content of these main points or themes and provide analysis of your own. After you have accomplished these tasks it is time to evaluate the book itself. Here is where you will provide a reasonable, generous critique. What are the strengths of the book? Is the argument sound? Does the author provide good evidence for his
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Ch 16 - Writing A Book Review-Wartime You are writing a...

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