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A critical lens essay use two pieces of literature and analyzes their portrayal of a given statement or quote.
Aiming to persuade readers to accept his perception of critical lens and its application, a writer constructs his analysis using various examples from the texts along with his own logic.
You should also write with an audience of college instructors in mind.
Follow these steps: Your essay should be focused, organized, and well-developed, with clear, explicit, accurate application of the critical theory in question.
Alternatively, your analysis may call the validity of the arguments of the lens piece into question, extend the arguments of the lens text, or provoke some other reevaluation of the two texts.
Either way, you will be generating a critical “dialogue between texts.” Since you will eventually want to hone in on points of commonality and discord between the two texts, the order and manner in which you read them is crucial.