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[MODEL FOR LITERATURE REVIEWS. Set up your Literature Review following this form. A Literature Review is at least 3-4 pages and is incomplete if any of these questions are left unanswered.]
355:201… ; Literature Review 1,2,3,4, or 5
Balzac, Honoré de. History of the Thirteen translated by Herbert J. Hunt. New York: Penguin Books, 1978. [Citation in MLA format]
Roberts, Mary Louise, “Samson and Delilah Revisited: The Politics of Women’s Fashion in 1920’s France,” in The American Historical Review, Vol. 98, No. 3 (June, 19930, PP. 657-684.
Taylor Richard. Film Propaganda: Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany. New York: Sage Publishing, 1997.
1. A brief summary as to what the reading is about, topic as well as the main argument of the work you read. Introduce the subject of the reading and its relationship to your research project., as well as the thesis of the author or of each author. Make sure to discuss each article in this section. Do not treat each article separately.
2. Give some information about the author or authors researched on the Internet. Write a paragraph stating where the author(s) teaches; what his/her specialty is, what makes this author or these authors experts that should be used for your paper. If a dead author, give a brief biography. Make sure to discuss all authors in this section.
3. Define unfamiliar vocabulary and identify the key concepts of the piece (a separate paragraph for each word and definition).
Sample word one: look up definition in Oxford English Dictionary or specialized dictionary or encyclopedia.
Same for word two: look up definition in Oxford English Dictionary or specialized dictionary or encyclopedia.
Same for word three: same sources.
4. Give at least three pertinent quotations and interpret the meaning of each quotation.
Quotation one and discuss its significance. Use a separate paragraph for each quote.
Quotation two and discuss its significance,
Quotation three and discuss its significance.
5. Mention how the information either confirms the student’s expectations or surprises the student and if so, why?
What did you learn from this book(s) or article(s), or film(s) or magazine(s) and how did it reinforce what you already know or how did it give you new information that changed what you knew.
6. Explicitly explain how this material helps the student to answer the research question posed, and how, therefore, it contributes to the student’s research (One or two paragraphs.)
8. Identify new questions so as to delve even more deeply into the research. (Write one or two paragraphs).
[MODEL FOR LITERATURE REVIEWS. Set up your Literature Review following this form. A Literature Review is at least 3-4 pages and is incomplete if any of these questions are left unanswered.