Paragraph*I. Explain the thesis thesis—the main point or points that he or she is trying to make in the film. (This is not a description or summary of the film; it is an explanation of the author’s purpose, the central idea or ideas around which the book is organized). Also include a brief discussion of the scope of the book–the geographical and chronological area that the book covers. Like the thesis, this should take no more than a sentence or two.
Next 2-3 paragraphs. Give a broad, general summary of the author’s arguments. You cannot in 3 paragraphs summarize the entire book, but you can give description of the author’s major arguments
Next 2-3 paragraphs. Analyze with specific examples what the author is saying about the war (or ward) that he or she is discussing. How does this book differ from others you have read and how does this book affect your thoughts about the war being discussed and war in general..
Last paragraph. Assess the book and its vision of war/military history. Do not tell me whether or not you liked it or found it interesting, but briefly tell me how successful the author was in achieving his or her objectives (thesis) and presenting his or her understanding of this war or war in general; also note briefly the relationship of this book to its historical context. You may also cite briefly the strengths and weaknesses of the book (if you wish), but make sure address the other points listed for this section.
* A paragraph should be 1/2 to 3/4 pages in length. Do not write paragraphs that are too short or too long!
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