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Short Essay Sample outline

by: Lauren Rowe

Short Essay Sample outline Engl 442

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These notes are based off of a secular idea about heroines in Victorian era novels. It is not to be used as a prompt but as a example of how to formulate a large idea and draw examples from a text ...
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Professor Rosemary Guruswamy
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Date Created: 09/15/16
Heroines of Weiland and Hope Leslie I. Introduction A. Every good story has a heroine/ hero B. [Build case through logic] C. Why is having a hero/ heroine so important in storytelling? What defines a hero/ine II. Qualities that make a character a hero/ine? A. Much more than main character 1. Must be admirable 2. Must go through conflict/ rise above it B. Relatable 1 [Example] 3. [Example] III. Why must stories have hero/ines? A. Whats their purpose? 1 Without a villan hero’s aren’t necessary 4. They give people hope B. They teach morality and independence 1 Hero’s go-against-the-grain 5. Their struggles inspire us IV. [Third main point (weakest)] A. [Support] 1 [Example] 6. [Example] B. [Support] 1 [Example] 7. [Example] V. Conclusion A. [Restate topic] B. [Summarize three main points] C. [Revisit introduction or tie all ideas together] Heroines of Weiland and Hope Leslie Page 2 of 2


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