What are the main issues the author addresses in the reading? What are the main point(s) the author argues?

Reading summaries should consist of two or three paragraphs and should include responses to thefollowing questions:1. What are the main issues the author addresses in the reading? What are the main point(s) theauthor argues?2. What kinds of evidence does the author use to support the argument?3. What are the key terms or concepts the author uses to describe the issues, and how are theseterms defined? You may list these with the definition the author gives, or if there is nodefinition, look it up.4. Did you agree with the author’s point of view? Did you find the argument and the evidenceconvincing?
Important: Summaries and rebuttals should include references to the pages from the texts in question.Remember, part of the purpose of the summaries is making these readings more accessible to yourpeers.