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An Evaluation Essay assesses the object of study and induces the reader to agree with the writer's point of view. Evaluation essay is somewhat similar to the cause and effect essays, except for considering no cause-and-effect relations. Evaluation involves pondering over the text, actions or events and is not limited to books and articles only.

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John Galsworthy, one of the greatest British writers, was a representative of the literary tradition, which has regarded the novel as a lawful instrument of social propaganda. He believed that it was the duty of an artist to state a problem, to throw light upon it, but not to provide a solution. Galsworthy fulfills this honorary duty of an artist in his great masterpiece, The Forsyte Saga (begun in 1906). With the brilliant combination of intelligent irony, symbolic characters and deep insight into problems the author tells a reader about four generations of the Forsyte family. One of the major problems connected with the family is that the Forsytes conduct their family lives, love, and appreciate art under the ideal of "property first".

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Cause-and-effect essays

Whenever someone asks a question with “why”, he or she is curious about certain events. By the same token, asking “what if”  means that you are interested in corresponding implications of a certain event. The applications of the given concept are numerous and can be easily pinpointed in everyday life. For example, psychologists seek to reveal the underlying causes of their clients’ behavior, physicians try to understand the causes of people’s illnesses, while mechanics are interested in causes of machine parts’ malfunctioning.
Cause and effect essays are common in academic curriculum; students are often asked to investigate and describe the causes of different historical events, such as Civil War, Civil Rights Movement or Vietnam War.

The following guidelines might be helpful in constructing a well-rounded cause and effect essay:

1. Study carefully the relationships between cause and effects of any given event. In your analysis avoid common logical errors, such as:
-Assuming that only because one event follows another event, the first event must have been the cause of the second event.
-Identifying only one event as a probable cause, while, there have been numerous events that might have been the causes.
-Assuming that only because two events go together, these two events are related by a single cause.

2. Pinpoint the possible limitations of your argument. Sometimes it is impossible to prove with one hundred percent accuracy that one event was caused by another. In such situation, your evidence should accompanied with words such as “probably”, “often” or “likely”.

3. Define a narrow focus. Sometimes, your argument should be limited by only the most important cause-and-effect points which are the most interesting and apparent. The reason why such approach is often coined as more constructive is because in some cases there may be a multitude of causes and effects within one subject. However, some events in question might appear as minor while your focus should be maintained on the most prominent pairs of events.

4. Formulate your thesis accurately. The thesis should be explicit and clearly defined, any broadness in interpretation of the thesis should be avoided.

5. Organize your causes and effects into an ordered pattern.



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