For this assignment, please choose one of the 8 books listed below. Your written academic book review essay should be aboutPlease refer to these guidelines and suggestions for writing a book review from UNC’s Writing Center: writing up your review, please follow this basic outline from the USC Library Resource Center:For a critical, essay-length book review consider including the following elements, depending on their relevance to your assignment:a. the bibliographic citation for the book;b. an opening statement that ought to peak the reader’s interest in the book under reviewc. a section that points to the author’s main intentions (including author’s purpose, objectives, argument, and main ideas);d. a section that discusses the author’s ideas and the book’s thesis (argument) within a scholarly perspective (in this case communication, gender, social construction, gender equality);e. if you found errors, omissions, or confusing aspects of the book, point the major ones and explain their significance. Explain whether they detract from the thesis and the arguments made in the book;f. state the book’s place within a strand of scholarship and summarize its importance to the discipline–this should be a critical assessment of the book within the larger scholarly discourse–what contributions does this book make to our understanding of communication, the rhetorical saliency of gender, and/or gender equality?g. include information about the author’s affiliation and authorityh. indicate the intended readership of the book and whether the author succeeds in engaging the audience on the appropriate level;i. your name and affiliation.Good examples of essay-length reviews may be found in the scholarly journals included in the JSTOR collection, in the New York Review of Books, and similar types of publications, and in cultural publications like the New Yorker magazine.Submit your book review no later than Monday, February 17 at 8:00 AM.If you have any questions, please let Professor Borda know.Book Options: (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) The Mother of All Questions: Further Reports from the Feminist Revolutions (Links to an external site.) by Rebecca SolnitGood and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger (Links to an external site.) by Rebecca TraisterRage Becomes Her: The Power of Women’s Anger (Links to an external site.) by Soraya ChemalyAir Traffic: A Memoir of Ambition and Manhood in America (Links to an external site.) by Gregory PardloBad Feminist: Essays (Links to an external site.) by Roxane Gay (Links to an external site.)The Handmaid’s Tale (Links to an external site.) by Margaret Atwood (Links to an external site.)Heavy: An American Memoir (Links to an external site.) by Kiese LaymonKnow My Name: A Memoir (Links to an external site.) by Chanel Miller

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