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Choose a chapter or section of Omnivore’s Dilemma and, in 3 FULL pages, write a critique. A critique is another way of saying critical, though a critique is not always negative. Reading a source critically means to “[question] what it says and [think] about what it means [and] focuses your attention on making sense of the source” (BR 56), in other words, how good of a job does the author do on making and supporting his argument? Is the writing clear and the support for the argument plausible? Use the guide below to help you get started. The summary should be very brief—a sentence or two that states what you are critiquing. Be sure that the critique has a thesis and support for the thesis. Don’t forget to cite the source!