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Writing a critical analysis should not be that hard. Basically you need these critical areas.
A typical subject can be: Critical Analysis on the Symbolism of the Statute of Edward VII
1. The summary of your critique. this should introduce everything you want to include in your analysis
2. What you typically should include in the text include: the reason behind the making of the statute, the various artistic aspects of the sculpture, who did the sculpturing and when it was done. You should also say where the statute of Edward VII s located. Assess the various reasons why the existing authorities decided to erect the statute at that place and not any other. Lastly, critically analyze the symbolism of the statute in the early an modern society.
3. Lastly, conclude on the topic of Symbolism, recapturing the main points laid out in the body.
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All statutes are symbolic. For instance, the statute of Edward IV depicts the power bestowed upon a king, it may also symbolize humility, as from the article, the King seems to be a man of both the poor and the rich, He does not wear the robes of a king but rather for the Order of the Garter...