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Unformatted text preview: reputation, qualifications, influences, etc. - any information that is relevant to the book being reviewed and that would help to establish the author's qualification. The paper itself should include the following : 1. Preliminary Information- the complete bibliographic citation for the work ie, title in full, author, place, publisher, date of publication, edition statement, pages, special features (maps, colour plates, etc.), price and ISBN. 2. Introduction- The introduction should state your main point for the review. 3. Development- Use description and evaluation to illustrate your main points. Use quotations where appropriate to illustrate the author’s writing style. Use page numbers to cite any quotations 4. Conclusion- The conclusion should include a final assessment of the book (do you or do you not recommend it). 5. Works consulted - Include a bibliography of the outside sources that you consulted, including web sites. This must be present....
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2010 for the course JOU 2325 taught by Professor Dr.owens during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.
- Spring '08