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 Tips for writing effective narrative and descriptive essays:

Whilst A Narrative of the Life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw written by himself, (For the purpose of this essay described as, ‘A Narrative.’) is an autobiographical, spiritual account of Gronniosaw’s travels.

What is left out is what the book or article is about -- the underlying concepts, assumptions, arguments, or point of view that the book or article expresses. A narrative report leaves aside a discussion that puts the events of the text into the context of what the text is about. Is the text about love? Life in the fast lane? Society? Wealth and power? Poverty? In other words, narrative reports often overlook the authors purpose or point of view expressed through the book or article.

Effective narrative essays allow readers to visualize everything that's happening, in their minds. One way to make sure that this occurs is to use concrete, rather than abstract, details.

To summarize, the narrative essay

As a mode of expository writing, the narrative approach, more than any other, offers writers a chance to think and write about themselves. We all have experiences lodged in our memories, which are worthy of sharing with readers. Yet sometimes they are so fused with other memories that a lot of the time spent in writing narrative is in the prewriting stage.

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To write a narrative essay, you’ll need to tell a story (usually about something that happened to you) in such a way that he audience learns a lesson or gains insight.

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In writing your narrative essay, keep the following conventions in mind.

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(ex) - “The vampire killed his lover”
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“The red-eyed, bloody vampire, flushed his rusty teeth into the soft skin of his lover, and ended her life.”
An effective Descriptive Essay should form a clear impression in the reader's mind.
(ex) - The world is round because I said so.

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Murph, on the other hand, was dreading the summer with his "out of touch" grandparents.
Key Points:

Expository writing usually explains something in a process.

Expository writing is often equipped with facts and figures.

Expository writing is usually in a logical order and sequence.
Key Points:

In narrative writing, a person, being a narrative, tells a story or event.

Narrative writing has characters and dialogues in it.

Narrative writing has definite and logical beginnings, intervals and endings.

Narrative writing often has situations like disputes, conflicts, actions, motivational events, problems and their solutions.

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Persuasive
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Narrative
Attempts to convince or persuade the reader to adopt your point of view.

Sufficient amount of solid evidence and realistic argument is needed to win over you readers .
Persuasive Essay
Key Points:

Persuasive writing is equipped with reasons, arguments and justifications

In persuasive writing, the author takes a stand and asks you to believe his point of view.

If often asks for a call or an action from the readers.
(ex) - Cats are better than dogs.


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Read Mark Twain's little piece (below) about the troubles he has with his new watch, as another example of narrative writing. (There is very little in the way of paragraphing in this narrative, and as you read along you might want to think about how you would break this piece into smaller units of thought for your reader.) Answer the questions we pose after Twain's essay and apply them as well to Jeffrey Tayler's essay above.

Descriptive Language Essays

A writer must know all these styles, so as to identify his very own writing style, in which he feels comfortable, or which his audience likes to read.
Descriptive writing is a style of writing which focuses on describing a character, an event or a place in great details.

Descriptive language helps make the essays more elaborative, ..

It is sometimes poetic in nature in which the author is specifying the details of the event rather than just the information of that event happened.
Expository writing is a subject-oriented writing style, in which the main focus of the author is to tell you about a given topic or subject, and leave out his personal opinions.

Magazine and newspaper essays use many of the essay types described in the section on forms and styles (e.g., descriptive essays, narrative essays, etc.).

The pastor harrumphed. "I tell my people in church to abandon these beliefs for God." His voice rang loud in the amphitheater of great trees. "Such ignorance. Our American pastors have a lot to say about how ignorant we are. We are trying to change, but these beliefs persist. Life is hard in our country. The people want to insure themselves, so they worship God and these idols. But it's ignorance. Don't you agree?"