The conclusion of a comparison essay is just as important as the introduction. The conclusion seals the comparison essay and tries to close the issue. Conclusion is the last part of the essay that your reader will experience.
That’s good. Easy? Oh that’s right you’ve written lots of them. It seams like there’s a never ending list of things to add in take out fix and correct. For new authors … phew, the learning curve is high!
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First-person stories are wonderful. Don’t feel like you *shouldn’t* be writing them. So long as you have a strong narrating character, you’re almost more likely to create a quicker, stronger connection with readers via 1st-person, rather than 3rd.
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It’s how he jumped from the end of the story to the epilogue that still has me wondering why after 60 years I can’t find anyone else who shares my interpretation.
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This approach is tricky (although doable), since you have to basically create a framing device that uses the older narrator only occasionally, but still allows the story to be told in a more immediate tense (dropping all those extra hads and haves for the most part). Honestly, my first instinct would be to either drop the “future self” narrator or use him only as a brief frame in a prologue and epilogue. The big pitfall is that his presence risks distancing readers too much from the immediacy of the main narrative.
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“I must have drifted off to sleep after that because the next thing I rememebered was waking up in a sweat at 2am. I had been having another dream about the man in black. This time I was in my own bedroom. He was just standing in the corner staring at me again. I was on my bed terrified. ”
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To me, rewriting internal dialog interspersed with dialog into past tense like the narrative takes you out of the moment. What do you recommend for internal dialog that happens during conversations?
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A beta reader referred me to this column because she doesn’t like my use of italics for interior thoughts. I’m writing in first person POV because my protagonist lives in her head, is self-centered, lies often, and seldom says what she really thinks.