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Unformatted text preview: Does something in particular stand out? Give a feel for the organization, the evidence being used, and what the narrative emphasizes (for example: Drew spends much time talking about the Near East; why is that? How does it serve his purpose?)-Last part: Critique- identify the weaknesses of the work, yet try to end it on a positive note.-The real problem dealing with Drews and the time period of the book is that the evidence is so sparse and difficult to interpret; consequently, we end up with a range of dates that are possibilities for when the Greeks may have arrived:-----notes continued...
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