This list is a basic guideline by which to structure all your essays.
Obviously, they can vary in length and in paragraph number.
This statement is the closing tag-line, the "see what I just did" idea in every paper.
An essay can be immaculately written, organized, and researched; however, without a conclusion, the reader is left dumbfounded, frustrated, confused.
You may have several pieces of evidence to support this one them, which is absolutely fine.
Once you use a piece of evidence, be sure and write at least one or two sentences explaining why you use it.
If you put too many different themes into one body paragraph, then the essay becomes confusing.
Body Paragraph One will deal with one theme for your argument.
If you are writing about a particular book, author, or event, you should name it (in entirety) in the thesis statement.
You should also list your argument with its supporting evidence in this sentence.