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Revision of the Critical summary of A Party Down at the Square

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Follow the requirements on the document “critical summary”

Only required source:

Ellison, Ralph. “A Party Down at the Square.” ESQUIRE-NEW YORK- 127 (1997): 90-94.

Ramsey, Paul J. “GOD BLESS YOU, MR. VONNEGUT.” Curriculum & Teaching Dialogue 11 (2009).

Use the second source while critiquing to better elaborate a point.


Summary: Your summary should identify what key points or themes the author is attempting to convey in the article. Some of this should be concentrated in the introduction, but should also be spread out through the remainder of the paper. The summary portion should be a brief explanation of a key point or theme using evidence from the article to better explain what the author is attempting to state.

Critique: The critique should be a balanced discussion and evaluation of the strengths, weakness and notable features of the text. Remember to base your discussion on specific criteria. Good reviews also include other sources to support your evaluation (remember to reference). The critical analysis portion of this assignment will be to critique in a negative or positive manner what you believe the author is attempting to state. Remember to stay objective and in third person.

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