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The Basics of Writing a Book Report
19th October 2014 | Author: "bookreport"

Writing a book report is rarely something students look forward to, but if done properly, the grade received will make doing it properly well worth the effort. Writing a book report that impresses the instructor all starts with the book itself. If the book isn't fully understood then it will be next to impossible to start writing book reports about the intricacies of the contents. . . . .

How to Write a Book Report
18th October 2014 | Author: "bookreport"

The first thing to consider if you want to know how to write a book report is the assignment itself. Every book report assignment is different so your instructor will be the best person to ask about how to write book reports because he or she will be able to explain what is expected. It will be difficult to know how to write a book report effectively if the assignment isn't understood. . . . .

The Book of Margery Kempe
17th October 2014 | Author: "Reviews"

Summaries or book reports on The Book of Margery Kempe can create a difficult task for the reader, given the age and topic of the novel. The Book of Margery Kempe was most likely written in England in the early to mid 1400's and originally published by Margery Kempe as The Book. It is an intriguing study on medieval and spiritual life during this time period. Kempe's story as a middle class woman starts off normal enough. She is married and gives birth to a child. After the child is born, though, in the throes of a nervous breakdown, she has a vision of Jesus and decides to devote herself to God as a result. Kempe becomes known as a religious fanatic (not a good moniker at a time when heretics were regularly burned at the stake), though 'fanatic' is not a bad way to offer summary for Kempe's religious behavior. She seeks to become celibate, which is not an easy sell to her husband until they bear thirteen additional children; she wears all white; and most disturbingly, she openly weeps during sermons, recalling Jesus' sacrifice, and generally making a nuisance of herself. . . . .

Writing Book Report Assignments and Avoiding Mistakes
16th October 2014 | Author: "bookreport"

Writing book report assignments can be a daunting experience for many students. Those who have trouble writing book reports either didn’t comprehend the book to where they can write intelligently about it or make the mistake of writing book reviews instead of writing book report papers. . . . .

A Room of One's Own
15th October 2014 | Author: "Reviews"

A summary of Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own can be a tricky topic for a book report. To begin, A Room of One's Own is actually an essay in book form, and in fact, it began as a lecture Woolf delivered on "Women and Fiction" to a Cambridge women's college the year prior to expounding the lecture into novel form. Woolf is quite clever in the delivery of her book, only half-disguising real-life situations and people. For example, in the fictionalized version she delivers her lecture at Oxbridge, an amalgamation of Oxford and Cambridge. The narrator of the story is also a very shallowly disguised version of Woolf herself. . . . .

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