a. you should explain what you think the main argument is. That is, what the author trying to persuade us of? What question is the author attempting to answer and how? Secondly , you should address how the author’s argument and the evidence the author provides in support of that argument , might help us better understand the themes of the course. Finally , you should identify questions that remain unanswered by the author’s points. What , in other words , do you now want to know that is not adequately explained in this work of scholarship?
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