An expository essay requires a central idea (or thesis statement/central argument) which is then fleshed out in the body of the essay.
Your expository essay, therefore, needs to have:
● A central idea that is *clearly stated* in the introductory paragraph.
●A few key points in the body of the essay that support the fleshing out of the central idea. Remember that each paragraph should only contain *one point*. Each point has to be supported with evidence from the primary text. You are to include one or two references to secondary material.
●A conclusion that sums up your essay. Please make sure this conclusion is brief as your essay is not very long.
referencing style : MHRA
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