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What is the difference between summarizing and critiquing an article?

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Summarizing something implies that you take the key points at face value and present these key points in a shorter form than the original article.
For example, the Declaration of Independence can be summarized as citizens of the United States declaring that they no longer wish to be part of the British ...

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The difference between summarizing and critiquing a piece of work - what does it mean to summarize something? What does it mean to critique something? 195 words.

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