In this essay, I learned how to properly read educational pieces of literature. Mark Bunn takes his readers step by step in his process of analyzing literature, including it purpose, genre, type, context and language. Throughout the essay, he describes how one might analyze such things, and in the last couple of sections, he gave good solid examples by analyzing his own work. He encourages his readers to think about how they might improve pieces of literature, and whether or not that would be an improvement for someone with higher standards than the reader. He mentioned that readers must ask plenty of questions, though there are no correct questions that are versatile enough to apply to every piece of literature. He finally conclude the essay by trying to encourage his readers to go out into the world and read like a writer in whatever they do.