Please write a book review for: "I am a Man: Chief Standing Bear's Journey for Justice" by Starita, Joe.
ISBN-13: 978-0312606381© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:01 am ad1c9bdddf
THINGS TO CONSIDER & TO KEEP IN MIND FOR ANY BOOK REVIEW:
What is the word count requirement? This leads you to about how many pages the book review will be in length and is important so that you can get an idea on how much 'space' you have for the various sections I'm about to talk about below and should be estimated before you start writing.
As with any history book, you should read the conclusion chapter first. Yes, read the conclusion chapter first and then go back and read the preface, introduction, and into the chapters and then the conclusion again so that you have insight into what you'll be reading about, and in turn, be able to identify more easily the book's thesis and overall points being made. In simplest terms, this helps you with comprehension!
BEFORE YOU WRITE...BEGIN WITH A FEW NOTES ABOUT THE BOOK'S SUBJECT MATTER:
(This overall assessment will help you organize and plan your writing and ultimately save you time!)
- Who is the author and what do you know about him/her? Do some research on them personally and most importantly. Try to find out why they wrote the book. Maybe the author is the great, great, great grandson of Chief Standing Bear. Think along these lines as stuff like this is important to point out as the author would obviously have a very unique perspective on this topic that you or I don't have.
- When was it written? This ...
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Review of the book of Amos
What is the significance of Amos 18-25 in regard to other parts of the book?
Please provide a detail exegesis of the book of Amos regarding Amos 18-25 relative to identifying major differences in the NRSV version to the NIV and NASB.
Based upon the text of Amos 18-25 please make a distinction between the synonyms and difference in meaning relative to the NASB, NIV and NRSV versions.
Does the passage 18-25 seen to be a fit with the preceding and following passages? Should this passage include verses from a preceding or following verses? Is this a unified passage or is it made up of parts that may not have originally belonged together? What is the importance of placing these passages together or side by side for comparison? Basically, is this passage or scripture Amos 18-25 a self contained unit? How does it relate to what precedes and follows it?
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