The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

A book review should be a balanced and accurate description of the book, based on evidence and examples and not on subjective likes or dislikes of the reviewer. In addition, the review should include a fair assessment of the content with constructive comments about the strength and weaknesses of the book. Reviewers should also indicate the intended audience for the book and why readers would find it useful. Other aspects that may be part of a review are: The main ideas and objectives of the book How well they have been accomplished The context of thought or events that prompted the book The author’s expertise and position The soundness of methods and information sources used









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