[ORDER SOLUTION] The Lost Executioner
1) Read the TextRecord impressions as you read and note effective passages for quoting. Keep these questions in mind:1. What is the general field or genre, and how does the book fit into it? (remember that you need to select an autobiography that addresses the Cambodian genocide and/or its aftermath) 2. From what point of view is the work written? 3. What is the author’s style? Is it formal or informal? Does it suit the intended audience? If a work of fiction, what literary devices does the author use? 4. Are concepts clearly defined? How well are the author’s ideas developed? What areas are covered/not covered? Why? This helps to establish the book’s authority. 5. If a work of fiction, make notes on such elements as character, plot, and setting, and how they relate to the theme of the book.How does the author delineate his characters? How do they develop? What is the plot structure? 6. How accurate is the information in the book? Check outside sources if necessary. 7. If relevant, make note of the book’s format -layout, binding, typography, etc. Are there maps, illustrations? Do they aid-understanding? 8. Check the back matter. Is the index accurate? What sources did the author use -primary or secondary? How does he make use of them? Make note of important omissions. 9. Finally, what has the book accomplished? Is further work needed? Compare the book to others by this author or by others, in particular to the ones we discussed in the course. C. Consult Additional SourcesTry to find further information about the author -his/her reputation, qualifications, influences, etc. -any information that is relevant to the book being reviewed and that would help to establish the author’s authority.