How to write a essay about my winter break?

i know what did during winter break but i dont know how i’m suppose to start my essays and finished it ……..please help me

About Japanese anime?

i have to write an essay about culture products, and i chose anime as my topic. but i have no idea what do i exactly write about that. anyone have any ideas?i was thinking of things like gender issues in anime, how anime reflects the true undertones of Japanese culture, anime and anti-socialism, positive and negative influences anime have on people etc. please suggest more to me and links will be a bonus!

Have to write an essay on civil war… help?

i have to write an essay about the causes of the civil war and it’s driving me insane! i’m horrible at writing essays! help would be much appreciated…

Can you help me write a personal, reflective paper?

I’m trying to write a personal, reflective paper on The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini but I just don’t know how! When I write a paragraph, I would reread it and I find it being an essay not a reflective paper. Can you tell me how to write a reflective paper on the kite runner? thx

SAT Essay Prompt Grading?

Can you please grade this essay on a scale of 1-6 (6 being the highest). I did this essay as practice for the real SAT.Assignment: Can a small group of concerned individuals have a significant impact on the world? Plan and write an essay in which you develop your point of view on this issue. Support your position with reasoning and examples taken from your reading, studies, experience, or observations. From a modern perspective, it would seem impossible to change the world for an average person. However, some of the world’s most significant changes have been made by individuals who had willpower and a concern for the wellbeing of themselves as well as the world. The citizens of America in the 1700s brought on a startling change when they battled injustice at the hands of the British. The protests in India led by Mahatma Gandhi and his followers led to the creation of a democratic India. Finally, the efforts made by Copernicus, Galileo, Newton and their followers made the greatest breakthroughs in the field of astronomy. One of the greatest examples of change occured in America during the late 1700s. At that time, America was owned by Great Britain and was considered a British colony. During the 1770s, many protests occured against the British. One of the most famous being the Boston Tea Party. American peasants, merchants and average citizens protested against the British tax laws and many more unjust regulations. When attempts to reconcile with diplomacy failed, the American Revolution started. Because of willpower and determination, the Americans triumphed. A prime example of how ordinary citizens won freedom for themselves and their posterity. Another example of change occured in India in the early 1900s. India, like America, was also a British colony. India was ruled by the British Raj at that time. Gandhi led thousands of protesters in what is known as a “peaceful revolution”, the most famous movement being the Salt March. Thousands of ordinary citizens led by Mahatma Gandhi took barrels of salt to dump into the ocean as a protest against Britain. Many people were beaten, killed or imprisoned during these protests, but eventually, India received its independence due to the efforts of ordinary citizens. A final example of change occured late in the 16th century. The world of astronomy was dominated by Ptolemian principles. Ptolemy stated that the earth was at the center of the universe and that everything else revolved around it, including the Sun. A astronomer named Nicolaus Copernicus rejected these concepts, but dared not reveal his views for fear of being accused of heresy and imprisoned. Copernicus published a book on his views right before he died. Galileo was a astronomer who later read Copernicus’s book and completely accepted his viewpoints. He amassed a group of followers. Unfortunately, Galileo was placed under house arrest in 1633 for his viewpoints. Galileo’s views never died out, however. They lived on in his disciples, one of whom was Sir Isaac Newton. Through years of research, he was able to prove the heliocentric theory of the universe. Great change can be accomplished through willpower and determination. As in the examples of Copernicus, the American Revolution and the Indian Revolution, ordinary people were concerned enough to take a stand for what they believed. Even today, with all the many financial, economic and political problems, a determined group of citizens can change the world for the better. All one needs is a willing spirit and an open mind.

Edit my essay please for English?

HaaserBrit. Lit.Paradox There are many similarities and difference between Grendel from Grendel, written by John Gardner, and Grendel from Beowulf, translated by Burton Raffel. For instance Grendel is seen as two completely different sizes between the two books, but it can be agreed upon that he is a large monster. Also in both books it clearly states that Grendel is somehow sneaky for his size. This could be called a paradox, a set of seemingly self-contradictory qualities, Grendel is a considerably large monster but somehow he goes about unseen. First of all, in the book Grendel, Grendel is proven to be a considerably sized monster in comparison to the humans. For example, in chapter six of Grendel it states that Grendel picks up Unferth and carries him back gently through the pond and back to the town. “A few minutes from now I am going to carry you back to Hrothgar” (Gardner 90). That statement proves that Grendel could so easily pick a human up and carry him while swimming and traveling for miles. Second, in the book Beowulf, Grendel is made to seem considerably larger then he seems in the book Grendel. For instance, “He snatched up thirty men, smashed them…and ran out with there bodies” (Raffel 27). This states that Grendel is enormous, another example is, “Brave men staggering under the weight of Grendel’s skull, too heavy for fewer then four of them to handle” (Raffel 74). These quotes strongly establish the feeling that Grendel is massive in comparison to the full grown men of Hrothgar’s town. On the other hand, in the book Grendel, Grendel is a very sneaky monster. He goes about watching the town and the men as they evolve and progress and somehow goes unnoticed throughout the majority of the book. For example, “I creped closer to the hall to hear” (Gardner 41) is clearly stating that Grendel is a silent beast. Also, “I tip toe out of the ring and hid behind the fat stone” (Gardner 133) witch is very clear that the author is insinuating or implying that Grendel is a sneaky creature. In the same way, the book Beowulf entails many times that Grendel is a quiet footed huge monster. The book states that the men are unaware of Grendels presence “Unknowing in there beds” (Raffel 27). Also, in the book it talks about how Grendel sneaks into the men’s sleeping quarters before he snatches them from there beads, “He slipped through the door and there in the silence” (Raffel 27). The author of Beowulf is clearly stating that Grendel is a quite footed creature. To emphasize a point, in both books Grendel is a massive sized monster that raids and hunts the men of Hrothgar’s town while being quite and unseen. He is not caught or captured by any human’s for twelve years. As well as, Grendel is a huge monster who could only be defeated by the superhuman Beowulf, who has the strength of at least four men. In Conclusion, there are many traits that Grendel from Grendel have and Grendel from Beowulf share. Although, Grendel’s two most predominant traits, being sneaky and large, are actually very contradicting they work together to make Grendel the creature he is. The major paradox Grendel has is a big similarity between both books and makes comparing them all the more out of the ordinary.

What is a theme that i could use for my essay?

I need to compare The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold and Hamlet by Shakespear.it has to involve family or relationships

How many sentences should your introductory paragraph (in a essay) be?

I’ve never been certain about this, and I’d like to see if there is a standard. Or at least a minimum…

U. Texas Essay Question?

the essay topic is Write an essay in which you tell us about someone who has made an impact on your life and explain how and why this person is important to you.i was wondering if this “someone” has to be a real person. is it possible if i use a fictional character and would it alter my chances of getting accpeted? thankss

Good things about social-networking?

I’m writing a persuasive essay for my english class and i need some reasons why social-networking is good. I already said that it allows you to communicate with family who live far away, and that its a good way to express yourself.do you know any other reasons why social-networking is good?OH BY THE WAY, i wanted to use a counter argument.. should i say “although people may say social-networking sites are unsafe, there are ways to make it safe. by having privacy settings on facebook, controlling what you share… etc”