Discuss and analyze a non-fiction book from the list provided under Week 10 on the syllabus, or another book approved by the professor.

Discuss and analyze a non-fiction book from the list provided under Week 10 on the syllabus, or another book approved by the professor.
Assignment: This is not a book report, but rather requires you to engage with the content, meaning, and implications of the book. Think about the argument the author is making in light of the material of this course. The analysis should: 1) briefly describe the book; 2) address how the book adds to our knowledge on Haiti, international development, and/or the aftermath of a natural disaster; and 3) Address how the author’s argument fits into our literature of international development (if it does not, why not?).Format: 1,250 words, double spaced, APA citations
Required:ONE of the following books:Bell. 2013. Fault Lines: Views Across Haiti’s Divide. Cornell University Press.