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The goal of Instruction Essays is to provide the reader with clear, succinct and plain instructions. A successful instruction essay should start with the objective and call to action for readers to follow. The introduction of instruction essays prepares the reader for the instructions and explains why certain instructions are presented in a chosen way. The writer should explain what the reader will achieve if she/he follows the instructions and comments on the interval results that one will achieve if following a part of instructions.

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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 vs. Problem-solution essays

Problem/Solution essays serve a purpose  of informing the audience about problems and offer a set of solutions/actions aimed to deal with these problems. Sometimes, problem/solutions essays are also referred to as Proposal Essays. People of different occupations write proposals every day in such areas as business, education, entertainment, etc. It can be said that most of the activities in the world revolve around different proposals that suggest solutions to existing problems, difficulties and inconveniencies.

Problem-solution essays have something in common with cause and effect essays, as both types of the essays dip into analysis of the subject; however, the cause and effect essays are limited to mere describing causes and effect of the events, while problem solutions essays present a stand (a solution) to the issue at hand. The similarity lies in the fact that both types of essays attempt to investigate and analyze the subject to reveal all the intricacies and relationships that may be important and relevant to the subject.

Cause and effect essays attempt to unveil the mechanism of  interdependence between a set of events and describe all the possible implications. However, the writing of cause and effect essays assumes a neutrality of the writer, limited to a strictly analytical approach to the subject. In this case, the writer is not supposed to come up with any solutions, instead, he merely pinpoints the laws of the event mechanism pertaining to the subject.

A writer working on a problem – solution essay is supposed to go further: not only does he have to correctly identify the event mechanism pertaining to the subject, but to also define existing flaws in that mechanism and arrive at his own solution aimed at correcting those flaws. Not only this, the writer has to convince the reader that his solution to the problem is correct, because, eventually, the solution will have to be either rejected or accepted by the audience.

Since the writer is directly interested in the audience’s approval of his solution, he has to study carefully the attitudes and the background of his audience, as well as its expectations. Sometimes, the proposed solution is arrived at via logical reasoning; however, the problems related to politics or social life may bring even more complexity. In this case, the acceptance or rejection of the solution by the audience might have an emotion underpinning which should be also taken into account by the writer as he works on his solution to the problem. To conclude, it should be noted that both cause and effect essays and problem/solution essays are extremely handy in developing a fuller conceptual picture of any subject or issue that might be interesting and enlightening to a writer and his audience.

 

 

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