Informative Essay

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  • Disappearance On The Treaty Of Versailles

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    Looking at both papers, I can tell that they were written excellent. Both stated their stance on the Treaty of Versailles. Their papers contained many historical facts and quotes supporting their stance, which in both was supporting the signing of the treaty. Their stance on the matter was also stated early, there was no second guessing on what they believed in, and at the end of the paper they wrapped up their views in a strong closing paragraph. Looking at my paper which received a C+ I can see

  • Bruce Nussbaum's Indie Capitalism

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    possible points the reader might have missed upon first reading. I also intend to provide examples that highlight evidence that Nussbaum’s true reason for writing Creative Intelligence is contained within the “Indie Capitalism” chapter. This analysis essay is designed for someone who has not yet read Creative Intelligence or did not fully understand the “Indie Capitalism” chapter of this book. There is reference to previous sections of the book along with

  • Response To Pascal Blanchet's White Falls

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    Dear Drawn & Quarterly, You may wonder as to why you are receiving this letter. I am writing you in response to reading your book White Rapids. This book shows the story of a small community having a short history. In telling its story it shows the aesthetic of a place that remains central to its text message, which is a need to remember the history of the town. Your author, Pascal Blanchet, did not experience the community himself, rather it is from the recall of events from his grandfathers

  • Summary Of Christopher Morley On Laziness

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    as possible. In the short essay “On Laziness,” by Christopher Morley, he explores laziness and explains what it has to offer in an enchanting way. He persuades the reader and show them the advantages of laziness and how he and others have used it to their advantage and achieved their goals using this simple tactic. At first glance this seems to be a not so serious essay starting with an example that explains the whole passage. Morley says he, “intended to write an essay on Laziness, but were too

  • 2.02 Strengths And Weaknesses

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    The first strength that my instructor pointed out was the introduction, the introduction worked because it grabbed attention of the reader by asking them questions that would be answered throughout the paper. The introduction also gave a small idea of what the paper was about. The second strength that my instructor noted was the use of the single reference of the United States Constitution, by using a strong reference it strengthened the argument of the paper. The third strength was the use of examples

  • 1984 Thesis Statement

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    #1 I never wrote a thesis statement, so my paper had no real direction to move too. So now knowing how to write a thesis I could make my paper so much better, it could have flow and have better direction. With applying the knowledge i have now I could write a thesis statement like. 1984 was book that had a great deal of violence through textual evidence, written throughout the book. With a thesis statement applied into my paper my grade would have been much higher. Also my paper would have

  • What You Eat Is Your Business Summary

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    Analyze of Mistakes in “What You Eat Is Your Business” At the summarize essay of “What You Eat Is Your Business” had some grammar and writing mistakes that made a little difficult to fallow the main point on the paper. These mistakes can be categorized in clarity, mechanics, and MLA style. First, this paper had some mistakes in the area of clarity. One was wrong word. In writing choosing a correct word can be difficult because the English is a language with a large vocabulary (Lunsford 374). To

  • Donald Murray Objective

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    Have you ever had a paper scrutinized for using the first person or not being objective? Chances are that you have. We have all had a teacher in the past that has told us that we have to write objectively. I have always wondered why this has been the rule we have had drilled into our heads when it comes to writing a paper. This is more than something that we have been told not to do we have been marked down points for doing so. It is impossible to write without having yourself in the writing. In

  • Dance Thesis Statement

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    Main idea/thesis (Keeana) Following multiple readings of the essay, it became apparent to us that the thesis was not directly stated in the text, and therefore we had to conclude that it was implicit. Due to our notes on the annotation term “synthesize”, we took the three points of importance the author was trying to express, which are: Pain is never absent in the world of ballet. Roles in performances are filled with criticism and frustration. and finally, Your passion for dancing will have a lasting

  • Kate Harding: Article Analysis

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    1. Kate Harding was the author who wrote this article. Harding experience that would make her credible to this article was she was a blogger and the fact that she choose this topic to write about demonstrate that she had experienced bullying in her lifetime, and she understood both side of the argument. Many people would trust her and believe what she said because she was writing from her experience. 2. Her purpose for writing this article was that internet was not going anymore and parents should