Your question are not to be who, what and when questions. They are not to be address to anyone, no “you” or what do “you” think etc. These
questions must be written in full sentences with correct grammar.
The question must address the major issues discussed in the book and their significance.These questions provide a window into how you
think of your analytical and writing skills.
1. In one paragraph state the thesis of the book.
2.Write two questions that address the broader themes of the book.
3. Write two questions for each chapter that address the major issues discussed in the chapter.
4. what is the historical significance of the book?
No outside sources may use.
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