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To recap what you need to do in your review essay, please consider the following:
A review essay is your opportunity to demonstrate to me that you have read the book and understand the main arguments.
Therefore, here are some questions to consider (these questions are suggestive, not a list of questions to be answered):
What is the author’s main argument?
What evidence does s/he present?
How is this information presented?
What are the strengths and weaknesses?
What is the outline and argument of your review essay?
Be sure that your introductory paragraph provides your reader (me) with a map of your essay. Introduce your main points, then follow-up on them with paragraphs addressing the different issues you raise.
Use quotes from the book as an example to strengthen your analysis, NOT to fill space. Explain key ideas in your own words. Be sure to use citations. APA or any citation system is fine as long as it is consistent.
As stated in the syllabus:
Your essay is your story of what the book is about, what you learned and how it moved you.