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Any review is always the outcome of the critical analysis of the subject matter taken into consideration. It deals with the disambiguation of the thoughts, the fervor, the implications and the contradiction that a certain form of written work brings up to our attention. When a literature review is in question, it is definitely based on critical reviews to a large extent.

While a critical review analyses the core contents of a particular book, or essay or article, it simultaneously points out the ideas applied in making the same, be it positive, negative, stochastic, or absurdly irrelevant. A critic does that blatant appraisal right away. A literature review is born out of that entire crux of candid criticism. As in case of on-going research work, most researchers opt to include literature reviews in their thesis in order to bring out the basic objective of the topic they are working on. Definitely, that kind of evaluation would be possible if the researcher undertakes a critical analysis of the literature that they are consulting.

In the course of reviewing a literature, it requires in depth analysis of whatever idea has been depicted by the writer. It should be eloquent to the reader, and so should the reader and reviewer find it easy to be interpreted in his or her critical radar. Yet, a critical analysis may not completely be a hard core literature review. This is because many times, a literature review should strictly pertain to the matter of absolute discussion. Hence, to put it more clearly, a literature review is mostly a part of a whole critical review. It is need less to observe that many literature reviewers tend to get critical in their approach, though while writing the review that criticism is rather softened and made more practical in representation.

So, what do you think ?

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