How to write an essay of deepening
A deeper essay gives you the opportunity to explain the perspective you acquired a read text. You should analyze one aspect of the work and include your feelings and ideas about the work itself. Generally requires no external research and you should write a summary of the work, but to present a personal perspective.
Read about the work you will write your essay. For example, if you’re writing about a literary work, as the short story “The Smell of Chrysanthemums” by DH Lawrence, thoroughly reviews the text and make notes of the parts of the story that caught your attention, as symbols, images, or motifs recurring items (see Resources). Write an overview, explaining the purpose of your essay and the specific items you want to discuss history.
Make a draft of the introduction of your essay. Mentions the work on which you are writing and emphasizes why it’s worth writing about that. Write the thesis (or purpose) of your essay, as well as the subject of your literary work: the message the author is conveying to human nature or life. For example, writing about “The scent of the chrysanthemums”, your thesis could express the fact that there are indeed stubborn people in the world, but even they can become humble because of the struggles of life.
Presents two to three parts of a literary work to support your thesis, explaining each point in a separate paragraph. Highlight a quote that catches your eye that relates to your thesis and words that support the point at which you’re trying to reach. For example, define what the term “imperative” used in “The scent of the chrysanthemums” and what aspects of the character of Mrs. Bates show that it is urgent. It also explains an incident in history to take you to one of your points. Writing about “The scent of the chrysanthemums”, for example, explains how the character of Mrs. Bates wears a tattered chrysanthemum as a symbol of a marriage that no longer exists. Describe how all parts of your essay support your thesis.
Write your concluding paragraph. Reiterates your thesis and highlights again what shows your analytical approach to this story about the author of the literary work and people or society in general.
Reread your essay, making sure that each paragraph begins with a smooth transition. Find errors in spelling, grammar, usage and punctuation.