The academic essay presents the analysis of a thematic axis for purposes of study and deepening. They are usually presented in the university field in order to improve the understanding of the topic.
When we are asked to write an academic essay, what is sought is to know how much we have learned about the subject as well as our vision of it.
- Introduction: it should begin with the presentation of the selected topic followed by the initial questions that will allow us to deepen it.
- Development: here we break down our vision of the subject, our analysis regarding a specific situation or a way of approaching it. Next we present the vision of other authors in order to provide support to our approach.
Conclusion: to culminate a general view of the subject and our conception of it in a way that shows our contribution to the subject worked.
Parts of a literary essay
The literary essay is by characteristics somewhat subjective and other abstract, allows the presentation of the author’s thought on a specific topic, such as death, life, love, cinema, art; but it can also be about another literary work or about the craft of writing and all the variants implied by its exercise.
It is par excellence the most free and extensive type of essay since it allows the author to expand all his creativity and even play with different genres and discursive resources within it.
- Introduction: begins with the presentation of the thematic axis, either on the book to be treated or on the field of literature or the topic chosen by the author and his relationship to the literary world.
- Development: here the author’s ideas on the subject are broken down, what moves him to deal with it, his knowledge and studies, the vision of other authors, the way even as the same subject is treated from the different genres or voices of literature .
It is a field that allows much amplitude. The important thing is that it presents itself in a coherent way and that it leads the reader to a specific goal, it is not just writing, the literary essay is not only intended to present the author’s vision, but to sow a referential contribution on the referred topic.
Conclusion: this type of essay culminates by making the reader feel that it is part of the same text. It invites you to enjoy the theme and position your thought in accordance with the author’s.
Parts of a philosophical essay
The philosophical essay presents dissertations on the world of philosophy. They are usually extensive and can be very abstract and not very comprehensible for someone outside of this type of thinking.
- Introduction: begins with the approach of the philosophical assumption that will be treated in the essay. It seeks to present from the beginning a way of seeing the things of the world and of philosophy in opposition to other forms of approach.
- Development: here all the thinking of the person who writes takes shape, the theoretical assumptions that support the chosen vision as well as the line of thought in which it is written.
Because of the density of the approaches this type of essays is good to realize them organizing the ideas in subtitles, so that they facilitate the reading and allow to follow a logical sequence without risking confusing the reader.
Conclusion: culminates with the contribution to the theme from the developed vision. At this point the dissertation is usually closed presenting the position posed as the only valid one when facing reality.
Parts of an essay in a book
Essays on books present our vision or analysis of the book read. They are free in terms of structure, although in content they tend to maintain the same sequence.
- Introduction: the book read, its author, title, date of publication, and subject is presented. Then it presents a brief approach to the theme that will be broken down throughout the development.
- Development: presents the analysis itself of the book but from the perspective of the reader, always in a way between subjective and objective.
Subjective because the analysis shows what has seemed to the reader as the treatment of a universal theme and the artistic way of treating it.
Objective because it is a critical vision that goes beyond a mere I like or a light description of the content.
In the development, the subject is discussed, the characters that intervene and the way in which the theme is raised and developed throughout the book. If there are conflicting views and what is proposed to humanity.
Conclusion: it shows what finally called us the most attention of the subject, its treatment and what the book has contributed in our own intellectuality.