Category Archives: Book Review

Book Review about Walden On Wheel

My professor already marked points that need to be revised. After reading book, I need to improve my essay and my professor give me more standard. Self Reflection Questions:

1. What is the most significant difference between your first draft and this final version? Explain if you changed your approach to the subject, if you reorganized the paper in any significant way, or if you added or deleted any important details.

2. What do you think is the best part of your paper? What’s the biggest strength here? Be specific. “There are no strengths” is not an acceptable answer!

3. What part of this paper could still be improved? Again, be specific. There may be a troublesome sentence in the paper or an idea that isn’t expressed as….

book review – Adam Smith – The Money Game’

S ‌‌‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‍ ome general information: Im a 4th year undergraduate Business and Finance student. The course name is ‘Equity Markets and Fund Management’. The text should be as close to but not over 2000 words as possible (excluding reference list) and its arguments should be supported by mostly peer-reviewed literature. From course coordinator: Write a book review of Adam Smith’s The Money Game. New ‌‌‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‌‍‍ York, N.Y. : Vintage. 1976. Note: A book review should explain the issues that the book addresses. It should set out the main conclusions of the book and how these conclusions have been reached. More importantly, you should offer a critical review. This does not mean that you necessarily have to disagree with Adam Smith but you should show an awareness of his views….

The Settlement of North America, The Clovis Era Author:Gary Haynes

?A 5-pаge mіnimum pаper (text оnlу) will be required. This paper will be in the form of a book review using American Antiquitу style format. Book Review Guidelines It is here that you demonstrate your command of your material by tackling, in depth, and write a book review of a pertinent topic related to the course. The instructor will assign you a book. Please leave ample time to read the book and write your review. I will post published reviews, so that you can see what is expected. I will assign your book to you early on in the semester. Demonstrate a rudimentary awareness of basic elements of archaeology, methods, settlements, etc. while writing your review. Try to make your paper conform to the rubric guidelines below. ADDITIONALLY,….

The Holy Spirit in the Book of Acts

Research Paper Outline The Holy Spirit in the Book of Acts Bible 364 July 21, 2017

A: History: Book of Acts and The Holy Spirit

B: Introduction: In the Book of Acts the gift of the Holy Spirit and the powerful effect of this gift is revealed as Jesus promised. Jesus told the Apostles, Acts:1:8, (NLT), “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you. And you will be My witnesses, telling people about Me everywhere – in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth”

Thesis Statement: The promise of the Holy Spirit was full-filled in the Upper Room, at Pentecost, tongues of fire rested over everyone head. Acts 2:1-4, (KJV) “And when the day of Pentecost was fully come,….

Both Jacobs and Anaya attempt to get the white readers of their day to accept and respect members of racial or ethnic minority groups

incidents in life of slave girl, and bless me Ultima

Write a well-structured essay, approximately 1000 words long, in response to ONE of the following prompts:

Both Jacobs and Anaya attempt to get the white readers of their day to accept and respect members of racial or ethnic minority groups. Compare the strategies these writers use in their work to generate respect from readers. Support your answer with analysis of quotations from both books.

In both Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl and Bless Me, Ultima, characters have to choose a path amid a great many expectations from their parents and grandparents. Analyze the relationship between the dreams of one generation and those of their children and/ grandchildren in these books, paying attention to cultural context…..

discusses some of the historical facts used by James Fennimore Cooper in his novel, The Last of the Mohicans

As there are too many historical facts in the novel to use in a short essay, limit your choices to those that interest you the most: actual people represented in the novel; actual locations and names of forts and towns; actual battles and various skirmishes and attacks; and so forth. Your essay should be based on research and documentation of the sources you used for your information/quotes in your essay. Feel free to include historical photographs and drawings that you may find during the course of your research.

Compare and Contrast Primary Sources – Choose TWO primary source documents from the Johnson reader.

You will write a context paper for Paper 2. The paper should be typed or word-processed, double-spaced, with reasonable margins, and should contain 4-5 pages worth of text.. Be sure to address every part of the question. It should be a thesis-driven essay, using properly cited sources for evidence. The paper should follow a logical structure and have appropriate supporting evidence or examples. The thesis should appear in the introductory paragraph, and there should be a concluding paragraph at the end.



The two should have some issue or thread in common. (For example: the same subject matter, or from the same time period, or written for similar reasons, etc.) Compare and contrast them in terms of an important issue they have in common. What do the….

Book review on : ” Playing the enemy” ( best known as Invictus) by John Carlin

. It is a book about Rugby World Cup that united the segregation that had between black people and whites people in South Africa. Your review should include the following: 1. Identify the book. Include author(s), title, date and place of publication. 2. What is the author’s (or authors’) background? Does that background provide the author(s) with any particular perspective or point of view of which readers should be aware? 3. Who is the intended audience? Who does the author expect to read the book? 4. What was the author’s major objective (or goal) in writing the book? Did the author tell you this (in a preface, for example), or did you infer the major objective from your reading of the book? Did the author(s) accomplish the goal….