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When examining a piece of literature the writer focuses on its structure, theme, and style. In a general review of literature the writer discusses the effect of the work, typically offering a totally subjective analysis. In a more academic essay it is taken apart and reconstructed and often, an attempt is made to get into the mind of the author – why he wrote what he did. The academic calls upon the opinion or critique of others and adds his own.

It is easy to agree with famous critics, and more difficult to add new, independent counter-insight.

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