I am writing a book review on Man
by Viktor Frankl . The paper is intended for an academic audience and must be presented as such. I must avoid using slang, and common knowledge statements. Paragraphs must be at least six sentences long. The paper is to be written in a Turabian style without footnotes and no citations. The paper must stay on topic which means no outside sources are to be referenced. I cannot stress that enough.! The last few papers I turned in used several outside references and/or sources. As a result, I was docked points. I am to use appropriate quotes (1 to 2 ) lines in each paragraph to support argument and/or arguments from the book. And I am to use parenthetical references in the paper as well. Here is an example of a parenthetical reference I made up: "If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong."(Lincoln, p. 270).
Since the paper requires quotes and parenthetical references, it will be difficult to write it in a Turabian format only. And the quotes and parenthetical references are important. I will be happy as long as the paper has a Turabian style and look to it.
Paperback: 168 pages
Publisher: Beacon Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2006)
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Frankl, Viktor E. Man's Search For Meaning: An Introduction to Logotherapy . New
York: Touchstone, 1984.