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Book choices for 5 page paper (choose one)


Some books may be listed here or in the syllabus and either list is fine.

If the book is not available free online, you can look at local libraries, bookstores or online bookstores.


Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America’s Independence by Carol Berkin

Revolutionary mothers : women in the struggle for America’s independence : Berkin, Carol : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Suspect Relations: Sex, Race, and Resistance in Colonial North Carolina by Kirsten Fischer

Suspect relations : sex, race, and resistance in colonial North Carolina : Fischer, Kirsten, 1963- : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Sexual Revolution in Early America (Gender Relations in the American Experience)

by Richard Godbeer    

Sexual revolution in early America : Godbeer, Richard : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Arn’t I a Woman? by Deborah Gray White Ar’n’t I a woman? : female slaves in the plantation South : White, Deborah G. (Deborah Gray), 1949- : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Pocahontas, Powhatan, Opechancanough: Three Indian Lives Changed by Jamestown, Helen Roundtree

Pocahontas Powhatan Opechancanough : three Indian lives changed by Jamestown : Rountree, Helen C., 1944- : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Bird Woman: Sacagawea’s Own Story by Schultz, James Willard 

Bird woman : Sacagawea’s own story : Schultz, James Willard, 1859-1947 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Plantation Mistress by Catherin Clinton ISBN-10: 0394722531 ISBN-13: 978-0394722535

The plantation mistress : woman’s world in the old South : Clinton, Catherine, 1952- : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Celia, A Slave by Melton A. McLaurin ISBN-10: 0380803364 ISBN-13: 978-0380803361

Project MUSE – Celia, a Slave (

Fires of Jubilee by Stephen B. Oates • ISBN-10: 0060916702 • ISBN-13: 978-0060916701

The fires of jubilee : Nat Turner’s fierce rebellion : Oates, Stephen B : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe 

     Available for free download at:

Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl by Harriet Jacobs

    Available for free download at:

Franklin, Benjamin. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin 

    Available for free download at: 

DO NOT submit a PDF file.

Note: This assignment is for analysis of the book and topic, not simply a book report containing a summary.

You will be expected to analyze and critique the book in addition to describing the content.

Be sure to look at the rubric accompanying these instructions before you start writing and be certain that you have met all the requirements of the rubric before submitting your paper. The rubric is listed below, however, grammar and spelling errors will be deducted from the grade.

The following are the general requirements for the review:

Pick a book from the list in the syllabus.

First, you must read the book.


Locate at least 2 other reviews of the book.

The project will be worth a total of 100 points.


Students have a choice of writing a 1400 or more word paper or designing a project for this assignment.

If you choose to do a project, you will need to include a supplemental paper (500 words or more) including brief summary of the project and the process of making it. 

Your presentation can be a Prezi, PowerPoint or other presentation type. It needs to contain all the information and analysis listed in the instructions. You can add audio to your presentation if you like. You can do a newscast, write it as newspaper articles (For example: In one document you can include all aspects including Introduction, Book Summary, Book Analysis, Final Thoughts), design a Venn diagram or any number of things. The supplemental paper will either need to be included in your presentation (for example, as a final slide) or a separate file which you will need to upload into the Comments section of the assignment.

Please include your Works Cited or Sources page at the end of your paper. The title page and Works Cited page do NOT count toward the 1400 word minimum. You may use MLA, APA or Chicago style formatting.

The paper must be proofread !! Over 30% plagiarism will result in an F IN THE COURSE The following are general ideas for organizing your paper:

1. Introduction (10 pts.) First identify the name and author of the book, identify the type of book, and describe the overall theme of the book. Include a brief biography about the author. What qualifies them to write on the topic of the book? Why did they choose this topic? Who was their intended audience for the book? The first sentence should grab the reader’s attention. Last sentence of the Introduction should explain goal/purpose of the paper.

2. Overview (30 pts.) Summarize the book, explaining the main points. This should be in past tense.

3. Review of the book (50 pts.) This is the major section of the paper. Be sure to describe how the book affected you. Tell the reader if you liked the book or not. Be specific: Does the book leave out something it should have included? Would you recommend this book to someone else? What did you learn from the book? These are some of the questions you should consider. Other items to consider include why the author included certain items or omitted other items. Did you like the style in which the book was written?  Include an explanation of how the book relates to this course, identifying specific course themes that relate to your reading. This should be in past tense. (15 points) Compare your comments to those of the two outside reviewers. Include details of your comparison. Be sure to include well thought out comparisons not merely “they liked it, too.”

4. Conclusion (10 pts.) Present a summary of your paper and add any final thoughts.

AFTER READING YOUR PAPER, THE READER SHOULD BE ABLE TO: —Know the author’s name and book name. —be able to identify your thesis sentence at the end of the first paragraph. —Have a general overview of the story. —Know your thoughts on the questions listed in the review. —understand your conclusion as a brief restatement of the thesis as well as concluding and supporting information. It is your responsibility to ensure your paper has proper spacing and is at least 1400 words long.


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2. YOU MUST TURN YOUR PAPER INTO The Link within the course!!!!!!!! Failure to submit your paper into the Link within the course will result in a ZERO. DO NOT EMAIL ME YOUR PAPER.

3. If your paper is over 30% plagiarized (ACCORDING TO YOUR ORIGINALITY REPORT – SUBMIT EARLY TO ENSURE THERE IS NO PLAGIARISM), you will receive a ZERO. Please check

4. ABSOLUTELY NO LATE PAPERS AFTER THE GRACE PERIOD! Papers can be submitted at any time before the due date.

5. Students are encouraged to submit papers early in order to avoid unexpected emergencies and unexpected problems. DO NOT OFFER EXCUSES! Computer problems are not an acceptable excuse! DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT OFFERING AN EXCUSE FOR FAILURE TO TURN IN THE PAPER ON TIME AS IT WILL BE COMPLETELY IGNORED AND DISREGARDED.

6. Avoid using informal language. This is a college paper and should be written for a college audience. Do not write this paper as if you were speaking to a classmate. (Avoid phrases like “back in the day” and other slang)

7. ABSOLUTELY NO misspelled words.

8. Begin sentences with capitals and end with proper punctuation.

9. Use punctuation correctly.

10. Use capitalization correctly.

11. Indent paragraphs.

12. Use proper noun-verb agreement.

13. Make sure sentences are complete and make sense.

14. Do not use run-on sentences nor sentence fragments/incomplete sentences.

15. Review rules on commas and semi-colons.

16. Vary the wording…avoid using words repetitiously.

17. Vary the beginning of sentences…avoid “The author said…The author did…The theme was…”

18. Do not begin sentences with: But, So, And, Because

19. Do not use contractions.

20. Avoid using quotes without citing them.

21. Minimum 1400 words.

22. Put a Header on the paper with your name, course #, page number

23. Put a Title on the paper.

24. Make sure that your paper includes an Introductory Paragraph and a Concluding Paragraph.

25. The first sentence of the Introductory Paragraph should grab the reader’s attention.

26. The last sentence of the Introductory Paragraph should explain the goal or purpose of the paper.

27. The concluding paragraph should sum up the paper and add any final thoughts.

28. Avoid writing in first and second person as much as possible. I realize this is an opinion paper, so get creative and vary your wording. The review section is the only area that first person is acceptable.

29. Avoid using questions in the paper. Phrase them as statements.

30. Write the paper in past tense.


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