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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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An expository essay serves a purpose of presenting, in a complete fairness, the written stands or views of different people. Another purpose might be to observe and report any given situation. The process of exposition attempts to illustrate a subject addressing it in great detail; this process adds up to general critique and argument related to the given subject. A person who writes an expository essay, thus, attempts to clarify the subject to the reader by means of thorough analysis. Such approach serves the purpose of explaining available information and address ideas that are difficult to comprehend.
An expository essay is generally broken down into orderly meaningful parts; it usually deploys relevant illustrations that would be familiar to the reader.
Parts of  analysis:

  1. Reading and comprehending ideas presented in an article with clear identification of the thesis presented. The facts cited in the article are defined and contemplated with regards to their relevancy to the thesis. The underlying meaning of the supporting ideas should be thoroughly evaluated by the writer.
  2. Evaluating the ideas presented in the text from the broader perspective by relating the ideas to similar ideas present in other texts of the given field.
  3. Communicating the ideas present in the text to your audience. Your writing must be objective and concise so as to give your audience a firm understanding on how you reach your conclusions based on the text you have read.

A clear-and-cut and well-rounded analysis which is to be used in expository essay writing is imperative in any professional field which requires thorough and objective analysis.
You might find that in the process of  polishing your piece of exposition writing you are going to need to revise extensively what has been written. It is a natural process which assumes a multiple “thinking through” the problem and re-approaching the issue at hand from different perspectives. Self-improvement in the analysis is important to avoid any rigidity of judgment which might result in all sorts of premature conclusions as you write. Taking notes and striving to manage your time well are all important aspects of expository writing.
A peculiar format is what distinguishes expository essays from other kinds of academic essays.
1. A clear thesis statement should be evident and well presented in the essayl; it should be narrow and focused enough for you to be able to adequately support it throughout the essay.
2. The supportive paragraphs all should share an explicit controlling topic with the rest of the sentences relating to it.
3. The conclusion paragraph should restate the thesis and re-define the major supporting ideas. The paragraph should be concluded with a memorable and distinct statement.



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