Think of a textual analysis as a guide or a map that readers might consult before reading a text for the first time. You must complete 5 textual analyses over the course of 6 weeks. Rather than merely summarize a text, in 2-3 pages, address the following three questions:(1) What is the main objective of the reading?Every author works with a particular objective he or she has in mind, even if he or she never states it explicitly or literally in the text. First, explain as clearly and specifically as possible the author’s main objective in the text.(2) What is the explanation?Next, explain how the author justifies and accounts for his or her objective. Do not just summarize the text. Instead, draw out the relevant points and show how the body of the text supports (or fails to support) its main objective.(3) What is your position?Lastly, you should raise questions as to the relevancy or the coherency of particular reasons the author provides to support his or her position. You should establish, with sound argumentation, your views on the issue discussed in the text.This week\’s textual analysis should review \”Self-Reliance\” or \”Civil Disobedience.\”LINK SOURCE :http://xroads.virginia.edu/~hyper/walden/Essays/civil.htmlhttps://math.dartmouth.edu/~doyle/docs/self/self.pdfhttps://youtu.be/6DRe6BF_9oshttps://youtu.be/VsVb5Qg1txkhttps://youtu.be/-SgYfpTxhPchttps://youtu.be/EOkdFMw0pmkhttps://youtu.be/Xs93864dyaIhttps://youtu.be/rq_Gt5GIznIhttps://youtu.be/JJL9S0J8-4khttps://youtu.be/elrTpoY6AYQhttps://youtu.be/Xo_4yUTpmYIhttps://youtu.be/bCRJsACpZaw