book analysis online : https://www.quia.com/files/quia/users/kschaefersvhs/MWL/WomanPointZero.pdf
Must include turn-it in report.
Has to be ready in 4hrs
Step 3: Read and Take Notes
Read the work completely
Take notes on it as you read so you can remember locations of key thesis statements, places
where other author’s we’ve read in class come up, interesting points made by the characters
or writers that speak to feminist issues or themes, etc.
Step 4: Write the Analysis
Students will write an analysis of this work that follows the guidelines below.
Type this using 1.5 or 2 spacing, using standard fonts and margins.
Be sure your full name and WS 143 and the author and title of the book you read, and your
prompt choice are on the upper left corner as a header (single space this).
Part 1–Intro: describe, in your own words, what book you chose, why you chose to work with this book, and what you hope to show, or uncover, in the body of your analysis (your thesis). (175–200 words; roughly 1- page typed).
Part 2—Description/overview: Describe the book for someone who did not read it (200-200 words: roughly 1-2 pages). Be sure you address: a) its main
genre/approach and audience, b) its main topic and thesis or plot and characters.
(Here keep your analysis in mind; your description should help give the context to set
up that part of your work)
Part 3–Analysis: Address one (and only one) of the following prompts (300-400
words; roughly 21/2-4 pages typed):
Prompt A: Use two important feminist theoretical approaches, terms, or questions from the two separate readings to analyze your text.
Prompt B: Uncover a dialogue you think is going on between two class readings and your chosen text.
Prompt C: Assess how successful you think this book is at developing two
feminist theoretical concerns raised this semester.
Part 4: Intersectionality
Whatever prompt you choose, be sure you give concrete attention to intersectionality as a
part of your analysis. Be clear on how are defining this concept as you use it.
Part 5–Conclusion: After briefly summarizing your main points, respond to the work and
or project by considering one of the following prompts: a) discuss what you found most interesting and important in the assignment for your learning about applying feminist theory; or b.) discuss your own reaction to the work and why you think this is important to your own, and/or others, understanding of feminisms theories or c) discuss what new questions you have that you think need to be explored and why you think these are important (200-250 words; roughly 1-11/2 page(s) typed).