How to write a critical analysis

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How to write a critical analysis
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The purpose of writing a critical analysis is to evaluate another body of work such as a written piece, paintings or movies. Critical analysis is a way for the writer to express her opinion or interpretation of a text. This also is a way to break down the piece and study the parts.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Start by reading all the material completely and thoroughly. Once done with the reading, think about the issues raised in the subject.

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