I need a 1000-1200 word analyses on a short text called The Malleus Maleficarum

Your analysis should be roughly 1000-1200 words (excluding footnotes, endnotes), and should not exceed 1200 words.
For a solid analysis, you should ask these following questions before writing: First, what does your selected source tell us about the past? REMEMBER CONTEXT AND MESSAGE: What kind of situations in which the author of your selected source wrote the documents? How do you connect the source with historical context that we have learned? Also, how do you interpret or assess the historical significance of the sources within historical context?
In order to situate the selected source in historical context, you should engage with secondary sources. Of course, you may use other secondary sources such as journal articles related to your analysis.
And you have to set up your own main argument or point to strike through this short essay. Next you need to collect convincing evidence in your selected source to support your argument. Please note that writing is a work to convince readers (in this situation, it is me) of your argument. If you do not present convincing evidence to uphold your argument, I would not likely be convinced of your argument.
Grading
I will read and grade your papers based on these following four benchmarks: Compelling interpretation of sources; Convincing evidence to support your argument; Well-organized structure for your analysis; Coherent and clear writing style. I will try to give your paper back with my comments in two weeks after the deadline.
Other Requirements (0.5 point deduction for not complying)
Include a word count at the end of your essay
Cite your sources precisely
the 1000-1200 word limit, NOT including citations
Single-space
Do not include a title or cover page
Citation
This is a short essay focusing on a few texts, so you may use a parenthetical citation style. However, you should put the full biographical information at the end of your paper. If you want, you may use footnotes.
Primary source: (title, page number)
e.g. (Tempel Anneke, 93); (Malleus, 48)
If you use footnotes, use the Chicago Manual Style. please refer to this website: https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html
And if you are still not sure about citations, email and ask me.
Final Tips
I am interested in reading your own analysis, not your summary of primary sources. Your focus should not be WHAT an author said, but WHY she or he said it. I want to read an analysis in your terms. Remember again that the main goal of your writing is to convince me of your argument based on the evidence you found in your selected sources. I will upload a writing guide for papers shortly. My PhD advisor, Dr. James Collins, wrote it, and I added some stuff. I will assess your writing style based on that guide. So read it carefully before writing.
ONCE WE MATCH I WILL ATTATCH THE TEXT SO YOU HAVE IT AVAILABLE
The text is about 30 pages long

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