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Essays on English Literature
Essays on English Literature
Essays on English Literature
If a writer knows enough about what he is writing about, he may omit things that he knows. The dignity of movement of an iceberg is due to only one ninth of it being above water.

Ernest Hemingway.



Have you ever had a feeling while reading a book that something is not clear, a secret is hidden in the book, and the author does not actually answer all your questions, but only gives hints? Was it a book on English literature? If it is so, congratulations! You were lucky to read a real masterpiece of English literature. It means that you have all chances to succeed in writing an essay on English literature.

Still, there are things you should know to prepare a brilliant English literature essay:
- Periods in English literature
- Literature movements of these periods;
- Representatives;
- Their works.

Of course, there is no need to know the time frames of each period of English literature. However, you should have a general idea and demonstrate your knowledge in the English literature essay.

Things that can help you write English literature essays
- Your tutors instructions and requirements to know in what direction to move;
- Notes of lectures to boast about your knowledge of the material discussed in class;
- A couple of English literature essay samples to get a general idea of what a good essay on English literature is;
- Note: Be careful with free English literature essays online. Online free essays on English literature might be plagiarized and unreliable. Ask your tutor to give you a couple of English literature essay samples.
- Quotations of outstanding English writers to make English literature essays well grounded and interesting to read.
- Unusual/creative approaches to win the reader by means of introducing something innovative and interesting.

Things that can spoil your English literature essay
1. Errors of any type;
2. Repetitions/tautology;
3. Banalities;
4. Plagiarism;
5. An incomplete answer to a research question;
6. Chaotic manner of writing;
7. Overcomplicated sentences.
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