- Read some literary criticism of the work, find a point you disagree with or that needs revising, and address it.
Take a point from literary criticism of the work and expand on it by
finding proof and connections not found or made in the source.
Formulate your own ideas about the book, and then find literary
criticism that supports your theory. Find some that contradicts your
point and explain why it’s wrong.
Take a seemingly logical viewpoint expressed in class by the teacher or a classmate and prove it wrong or partially wrong.