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You might, for example, assess the book in light of what you’ve learned in class

You might, for example, assess the book in light of what you’ve learned in class so far, critique it from the perspective of one of the authors we’ve studied, explore one of the key problems Gilbert or Conway raises, or discuss the implications of Conway’s thinking. have a clear thesis statement included in the first (introductory) paragraph; provide a concise summary/overview of Gilbert’s book (no more than 1 page or 25% of the paper); provide a critical analysis of the…