The author’s vocabulary and diction was another thing I really liked. He used advanced vocabulary frequently, yet it was still easy to understand. The way he put the words together made it flow extremely well. The setting that John Knowles set was really good. It was easy to tell where and when the book was, from the start.
Critical Review on “How David Beats Goliath” by Malcolm Gladwell The author of the article “How David Beats Goliath” is Malcolm Gladwell. The purpose of the text is to educate the reader about the advantages of being unconventional. Another purpose was to compare Vivek Randaive’s life to the myth of David beating Goliath. This article is lengthy yet well written, keeping the reader engaged. The charm of this article comes from the author’s writing style.
The answer to the question would be yes, the hypotheses were stated clearly. Next, Dr. Garzon would have a reviewer ask is do these flow clearly from the literature review. The answer again would be yes; it flows clear, is well stated, and has a meaningful purpose. Finally, the forth question is the design appropriate to investigate the hypotheses? Once again, yes, this is a very well written article, it is well presented, it has purpose, and it is clear and easy to
The information really stayed on topic while all the different views of the reading, it’s really showed how critical thinking while reading is very important Does the information reflect a bias on the author’s part? If so, what is the bias? No I don’t think the information has any bias on the author’s part at all. The information was very Informative citing other author’s when making references and staying on track with the subject. I think this whole subject and paper was written with facts and no personal biases were added.
I think this is a good novel and I like it so far, even though it has many foreign languages, like French, Japanese, it still makes the story good. And the speed goes well. It is an interesting concept that looks at the world of publishing as well as the world of self-help.The story is very realistic, it brings up several questions and it is an enjoyable read. It shows people what would happen in the event that a self-help book about finding happiness would really work. I especially like this quote from the book, “ The two most important phrases in the human language are ‘ If only’ and ‘Maybe someday’.