Step by step      essay guide
Topic selection
Outline
Thesis
Introduction
Body
Conclusion
Finishing touches
Proof reading
 
Kinds of essays
Admission essays
Cause and effect       essays
English essays
Expository essays
Persuasive essays
Scholarship essays
Classification
      essays
Critical essays
Deductive essays
Definition essays
Informal essays
Comparison essays
Argumentative       essays
Entrance essays
Narrative essays
 
Documentation      style
MLA
APA
Chicago/Turabian
 
 
 
Kind of Essays
Narrative Essays
 

Life is full of surprises and difficulties. A twist of fate can make your life miserable or blooming as the spring flower. Narrative essays are experiences written by you that you face during your life. It tells a story, which is meaningful and important to you, it can be real, or imagination based. It describes how a certain event can change a major part of yourself and your life, how you have reacted to that event that happened to you.A good narrative isn't just an enjoyable or amusing story, but has a point to make, an idea to pass on. The writer uses details that are significant and merges them to build up a story line that is easy for the reader to follow.

Features

  1. The story should have an introduction that clearly indicates what kind of narrative essay it is (an event or recurring activity, a personal experience, or an observation), and it should have a conclusion that makes a point.

  2. The essay should include anecdotes. The author should describe the person, the scene, or the event in some detail. It's okay to include dialogue as long as you know how to punctuate it correctly and as long as you avoid using too much.

  3. The occasion or person described must be suggestive in that your description and thoughts lead the reader to reflect on the human experience.

  4. The point of view in narrative essays is usually first person. The use of "I" invites your readers into an intimate discussion.

  5. The writing in your essay should be lively and show some style. Try to describe ideas and events in new and different ways. Avoid using clichés. Again, get the basic story down, get it organized, and in your final editing process, work on word choice.

See Narrative Essay Sample

 
 
 
 
Home | Step by Step Essay Guide | Custom Essay | Essay Sample | Essay Writing | Buy Essay | Documentation
Style
| Reading Tips | Essay Tips | Articles | Links | Link Resource | Sitemap
© 2004 Essay Start.com. All rights reserved.