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A Modern Defense of Poetry

December 23rd, 2008 No comments

My mother and I were in pursuit of a charming antique lamp suitable for my living quarters, when we came across the notorious Victoria N. Artifactus. She not only enlightened us on her passion for collecting antiques, but afforded us a piece of her mind’s love by showing us the possessions that she held to be most precious. It was true; her possessions were those of a queen. She spoke freely and told my mother and me of the importance of antiques and how they told us the life stories of our great ancestors. The intent was not to tell a historical or biographical life, but rather to paint a story of their active life. She argued that her passion created a portrait of our great past. Had I not been that of a passionate man myself, I fear I would have considered her to be a little over the top. However, as the words of Artifactus are of weak argument, they are of a strong passion. So, if these words do not satisfy you as a credible argument, allow me to present my own. By some mischance, my passion of poesy has fallen into my lap and I feel it is impossible to withhold my story from you, as my pen will not cease to stop writing. Be patient with me as my passion is of no choice and can at times seems overwhelming. My words are simply flowing onto the paper and I know not what I write. Therefore, similar to Artifactus’s need to defend antiques, I must defend the timeless art of poesy. These rather uneducated persons of today’s time slander the name of poesy and question its credibility as quality entertainment. Today’s looming entertainment trends are depriving our current and future generations from learning the sheer necessity of poesy and its benefits.

Poetry, being of the utmost form of communication, ranks far more superior than other studies that attempt to capture our mind’s methods of communicating. I feel it necessary to defend my life’s passion by placing it before one of my greatest competitors. By doing so, if I can show that we, the poets, have a positive effect on society’s forms of open communication we may be able to defend ourselves against the pending accusations of today’s accusers who claim poesy to be false or exaggerated emotions.  Read more…

How to Write an English Essay

December 23rd, 2008 No comments

Writing an English essay – is one of the most common assignments in any academic institution. In order to succeed with your education you have to learn how to write a good English essay. Unfortunately not much time is spent on teaching students how to write a good English paper, hence students are left up to themselves to be able to produce a good English essay.

An English essay paper consists of a topic, outline, hypothesis, introduction, main part (discussion) and conclusion. Students are usually confused when they need to choose an appropriate topic of the English essay. The topic must represent your idea on the English essay, and give a short explanation of what the paper will be about.

Your English essay topic needs to be very specific. The best English essay is the one, which represents your ideas, thoughts and opinions as well as proves the knowledge that you gain during class.

You have several options on your English paper: either you can compare and contrast, or you can describe something in particular. When you do a good English essay – it has to be logical and algorithmic. All theses in your English essays are supposed to be well balanced and specific.

A vague paper is a bad paper. You need to think before you write and plan before you think. Try focusing on one topic, and manage to discuss it with details, it is much better than trying to write on many topics without any details.

The best way to write an English essay is on the topic of your own expertise. If you are proficient in music for example – try focusing the way music influences the language, etc.