Ending Essays With A Question

Ending Essays With A Question-66
*The list of things that you might do in a concluding paragraph is taken from the University of Richmond's online document, Writing Conclusions (with the gracious permission of UR's Writer's Web coordinator, Joe Essid).

*The list of things that you might do in a concluding paragraph is taken from the University of Richmond's online document, Writing Conclusions (with the gracious permission of UR's Writer's Web coordinator, Joe Essid).

Writing, just as much as reading, is a process of self discovery.

Do not, in any case, simply restate your thesis statement in your final paragraph, as that would be redundant.

If a brilliant idea tries to sneak into our final paragraph, we must pluck it out and let it have its own paragraph earlier in the essay.

If it doesn't fit the structure or argument of the essay, we will leave it out altogether and let it have its own essay later on.

If you simplify your English, you are freed from the worst follies of orthodoxy.

You cannot speak any of the necessary dialects, and when you make a stupid remark its stupidity will be obvious, even to yourself.

Having read your essay, we should understand this main thought with fresh and deeper understanding, and your conclusion wants to reflect what we have learned.

There are some cautions we want to keep in mind as we fashion our final utterance.

The summary should include all the main points of the essay, and should begin with a suitable transition signal.

You should not add any new information at this point.

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