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"I note that you use a serial comma in your title, but not at the end of the first paragraph. You should use a consistent format, and MLA requires the serial comma. You should not capitalize "global" in the professor's title. Note that you can just write "looks" instead of "specializes in looking." Similarly, you could just write "allows the reader" instead of "allows for the reader to have access to multiple formats," and I suggest that "enables" is a better word choice than "allows." You should strive for simple, direct writing. Another example: you mention Persian miniature paintings at the end of one sentence and the beginning of the next (and more briefly in the next). It would not be difficult to eliminate one of those mentions. The third sentence on page 2 is confusing. What does "restrictive to societal standards" mean? You need to say "*was* censored," and "censored less by public forces" is redundant, as censorship is always imposed by the broader public or the government. Note that you should place punctuation inside quotation marks. You write "more real and for the reader." what does that mean? I think you can delete "and." You write better than average, and a few small changes will raise it to yet another level."
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