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Narrative Essay Structure – 7. August, 2012

Today I would like to talk about the narrative essays and the structure. If you decide to write a paper on your own, you should know the difference between different types of essays. As the matter of fact, there are a lot of them: descriptive essay, narrative essay, critical essay, persuasive essay, argumentative essay, admission essay and many, many others.
You need to know the difference of these essays and the difference in its structure in order to succeed in essay writing.
So what is narrative essay? Usually narrative essay is a book report. It tells the reader about the book plot and the main characters. Narrative essay analyzes the book, defines the main idea of the book and its purpose.
As the writer is the one who expresses his ideas and emotions, the sentences written from the first person is allowed. Also, ideas can be taken from different sources like magazine articles for example, or reports of other writers.
What is the purpose of the narrative essay? The main purpose is to deliver to the reader the main idea of the book, maybe some hidden meanings. One should make a deep emotional impression on the reader, would it be positive or negative one.
Any essay consists of three parts: introduction, main body and conclusion. While introduction and conclusion are very short (usually each takes one or two paragraphs) the main body is the biggest part. In this part all the main ideas and details written.
Introduction is meant to introduce your essay to the reader and to explain what is the paper about. Conclusion is written to summarize all that has been written in the main body.

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