INTRODUCTION 1. Introduce the subject of your critique – the

reading under analysis. Make sure to name the

work being reviewed, as well as the date when

it was created, as well as the name of the

creator.

2. Describe the main argument or purpose of

the work.

3. Explain the context in which the work was

created. This can be a social or political context.

Review the background facts or issues that

must be understood before the point of the

reading can be appreciated: significance,

design, appeal, and so on.

You may also discuss the place of the work in a

creative or academic tradition, or the

relationship between the work and creator’s life

experience.

4. Review the assumptions in the reading that

must be understood before you take a position.

5. Make an umbrella statement that can give the

reader a sign as to what your evaluation is going

to be. For instance, it may indicate whether it is

positive, negative, or a mixed evaluation. In

doing this, make your position statement clear:

what is your evaluation? On what basis are you

making it, given what you have stated in #3 and

#4?

BODY

6. The critical evaluation section

What different elements of the work were

evaluated?

1.

2.

3.

Was the critique writer able to provide evidence

from the work itself? Give examples.

CONCLUSION

7. State your conclusions, reminding the reader

of the points you have made and your reasons

for making them.


INTRODUCTION

1. Introduce the subject of your critique – the reading under analysis. Make sure to

Answers

i am almost certain that man symbolizes communism in this passage.

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the anecdote makes readers feel sorry for the man’s lack of heritage, then reminds readers that the man has an equally valuable heritage.

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