(Solved): Book Review (Blink – the power of thinking without thinking)


(Solved): Book Review (Blink – the power of thinking without thinking)

Write a book review on “Blink – the power of thinking without thinking” by Malcolm Gladwell, Back Bay Books, 2005. The review should be in two main parts: Criticism and Implications. 1) Including general requirements for a book review (thesis, author’s main points, author’s style, supported evidence, audience, how well the book has achieved its goal…) Support your argument using textual evidence and details (where possible, use paraphrase rather than primitive, unnecessarily long quotes). Be argumentative and analytic, rather than merely factual or purely descriptive thus producing a bland summary. In order to go beyond the obvious, you have to be a critical reader—another term is close reader. Your review should not just be a summary or complete description of the book. Your review should present a claim that is precise, provable, and debatable—a claim that all readers will not automatically accept. (3) Your review of the book should be coherent following a logical order. Make no unsupported generalities.

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