Read through the two example Summary/Response Papers.Then, answer the following questions. Articles will be attached.
1. Which paper do you find more interesting? Why is that? What made this paper a better read for you? Please be as specific as possible. 2. Have either of the two authors left out any crucial information that prevented you from fully understanding the articles? As a rule, summaries should include all relevant information for readers - who, what, where, when, why, and how. Identify any missing information that these authors may have missed - what else do you want to know about the articles? 3. Provide at least two suggestions for each paper's author. These could be mechanical (individual sentence structures, grammar, spelling, etc.), or qualitative in nature - just letting the author know in your own words how the essays could have been stronger for you.

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