Marx, Karl and Friedrich Engels. The Communist Manifesto

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Marx, Karl and Friedrich Engels. The Communist Manifesto.
Write about the book “Marx, Karl and Friedrich Engels. The Communist Manifesto.”
I. Introduction (providing a framework and focus for the rest of your paper. No more than 1 page).
Introductions should clarify any complex concepts/definitions involved in your topic and present a clear thesis for your paper involving the theme(s) of your book. You should also provide a clear transition to your more in-depth analysis/criticisms of the book. It should establish your thesis and objectives in the paper; thus, it should not be a thoughtless formality but rather the framework for the more detailed analysis in the main body of your paper. You might also find it useful to mention the author, date or historical setting for the book in the introduction. This data might be used in composing your transition from your introduction to your more detailed analysis of the book.
II. Main Body of the paper consists of critical analysis of the work to find and present the ideas, values, attitudes and assumptions which are relevant to the contemporary context of the work; and the development of connections between these ideas and the themes which you have already set up in the introduction.
III. Summary/conclusion. Summarize and reiteration – tell me what you said.
You might find it useful to begin in the main body of the paper, write to the end, compose the summary and then write the introduction last – it will make for a stronger opening in most cases if you do it that way.
Avoid common mistakes:
1. Avoid writing an exclusively narrative, descriptive paper. Most of your paper should consist of your analysis and criticism (both positive and negative) of the ideas in your book and the connection of those to the context of the history under study.
2. Avoid merely paraphrasing what the book says. Strive to conceptualize and analyze rather than describe.
3. USE YOUR OWN WORDS AND IDEAS. Avoid lengthy quotations from your book. Don’t quote or paraphrase the textbook. Compose in your own words what you find to be relevant in terms of the thesis stated in your introduction.
History is a literary genre; therefore, to write correctly and effectively is important. Your papers should be well organized, clear, concise, and use correct grammar and syntax. Avoid awkward, vague, and meaningless statements. Select your words carefully and make sure they convey the meaning you want. PROOFREAD your paper when it is finished and correct typos and misspellings. Above all, get involved in your paper and try to be persuasive and to maintain the interest of your reader.
Speaking of your reader, a note about the audience of the paper. Do not assume that I am the intended audience. If you do, you are likely to leave out information which you know because you might assume that I know it. Assume an intelligent reader who knows absolutely nothing about your topic.
Remember, the details cannot speak for themselves. You must speak for them by showing how they are connected to your thesis or the point you are trying to make about your thesis.

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