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166 AC: Race and Revision in Early America Professor Donegan Midterm Two: Study Guide For this midterm, I will ask you to answer three questions: two quotation identifications and one short comparative analysis. In the identification section there will be four options; in the essay section there will be two. I’ll use the point distribution outlined below. Identification: two 6 point questions o 2 pt. author and text o 2 pt. context o 2 pt. quality of composition Comparative Analysis: one 8 point question o 3 pt. well-informed use of texts o 3 pt. complexity and depth of analysis o 2 pt. quality of composition I’ll select quotations from the passages we attended closely in lecture. The first midterm will give you examples of what these questions will be like. For the comparative analysis essay, you should think about the sources and constructs listed below. If you prepare answers to comparisons like these, you will have an excellent handle on the material. Please remember that you will only write one essay for
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2010 for the course ENGLISH 166AC taught by Professor Saul during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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