This is a paper that is focusing you to write a critical analysis about Randolph Bourne’s. The paper also provides additional guidelines to use in writing the assignment paper well.
Write a critical analysis about Randolph Bourne’s
For this assignment, you will write a critical analysis about Randolph Bourne’s “Trans-National America” that interprets (explains the meaning of), analyzes (breaks down and studies the elements of), and evaluates (assesses strengths and weaknesses of) of the essay.
Your analysis will require both critical reading and critical writing skills. You will:
Identify and summarize the author’s purpose and main idea(s)
Discuss the intended audience and the essay’s context
Discuss the essay’s organization and structure
Engage with specific passages from the essay
Explain how the author appeals to logos, ethos, and pathos
For a strong analysis, avoid using the phrases “I think” or “in my opinion.” This detracts from the strength of your assertions. Keep your focus on the subject of your analysis. Your analysis needs a thesis, which is a controlling—or main—idea. You should support this thesis with detailed evidence from the text using both direct quotation and paraphrasing. Your analysis should inform as well as evaluate.
As with most academic writing, your audience is made up of your community of learners: your instructor and your classmates. Knowing that your reader belongs to an academic community, your word choice and language must fit the audience.
This essay should be at least five pages long, typed, and double-spaced. Please use Times New Roman, 12 point font, and 1 inch margins. Follow MLA formatting for the header.
Remember, ensure that the paper is at least five pages exclusive of the cover and the reference pages. Also, ensure that you include all the references you use in finding research for this assignment paper. References should be at least three for the paper. All references, citation, and writing should follow the APA formatting and styling guidelines. Finally, ensure you focus on the assignment topic in detail.