Focus your analysis on the way the text exposes readers to one of those concepts and how the text persuades readers to view that issue in a particular way.

Summarize the main point of the chapter or article and analyze it to show whether or not it effectively persuades readers of its claim.

Instructions: Select one of our course readings so far (an article or one of the chapter sections from the Preface book). Carefully read your chosen text and offer roughly one page of summary and three pages of analysis with additional details from the text.

How to Summarize:
The purpose of a summary is to explain what someone else said. You should outline the point of your chapter’s argument and explain how the writer supports that point.

In summaries, you need to introduce the author and title at the start of your summary and that you need to keep using signal phrases to show that the ideas belong to the text.

Review Read Up, Write Up Summary and Analysis chapter, “Her Point Is: The Art of Summarizing,” and “As He Himself Puts It: The Art of Quoting” for examples and templates. Begin your descriptive summary pages with a one sentence account of the selection, and then identify its content and structure in an organized fashion.

How to Analyze
Your analysis should be the careful, specific, and evidenced interpretation of how effectively the text uses rhetorical strategies to persuade readers of its claim. **NOTE: Although the Preface book may be a novel, each section also makes a very clear argument about different concepts, ranging from the idea of home, family, race, identity, love, power, survival, danger, history, culture, education, violence, fear, economics, freedom, legal rights, etc.

Focus your analysis on the way the text exposes readers to one of those concepts and how the text persuades readers to view that issue in a particular way.

Consider what the text means beneath the surface, what its purpose is, who its audience is, the implied position of the author, what text it resembles, where it is especially successful, or where it fails to work well. Support your analysis with evidence in the form of quotes and paraphrases from the text.

Focus your analysis on the way the text exposes readers to one of those concepts and how the text persuades readers to view that issue in a particular way.

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