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Short Essay Sample Outline

by: Lauren Rowe

Short Essay Sample Outline Eng 442

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Here is an example of one of the Short essay prompts for this fall. It is a great way to see how you can take a broad idea an break it down into elements that help support your paper
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lauren Rowe on Tuesday September 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Eng 442 at Radford University taught by Dr. Guruswamy in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Early American Literature in English at Radford University.


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Date Created: 09/20/16
Wieland and Ligeia I. Introduction A. Similarities between characters obsession and grip on reality B. Clara tries disproving with logic, where as narrator admits from the start to using hallucinogens C. [Topic sentence/thesis statement] II. Similarities of fascination that border on obsession A. Clara’s interest in Carwin 1. The drawing 2. His vague and ambiguous history B. Ligiea 1 Her beauty/ without content 3. In contrast to Rowena’s description C. The appeal of the “strangeness” 1 What part in human nature makes “oddity” so compelling 4. Why are “these character attributes” considered strange? III. What is real and what is fabricated? A. Clara first hears the voices 1 Writes it off with logic 5. By novels end spirals down into uncertainty B. Narrator admits to using opium 1 Cannot describe anything about Ligiea (beside physical) 6. His descriptions are unreliable C. When and why does the brain confuse itself 1 How do we see reality through a lens of lies? 7. [Example] IV. Conclusion A. [Restate topic] B. [Summarize three main points] C. [Revisit introduction or tie all ideas together] Wieland and Ligeia Page 2 of 2


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