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Unformatted text preview: Characteristics of Expository Essays Characteristics of Expository Essays Tiffany Altvater Eng 101 Characteristics of Expository Essays In this paper I will discuss two essays title, “A soul as free as the air” by Jone Johnson Lewis and, “Setting the table” from the Art of cookery website. I will address the Following points about the two essays: o What characteristics make these essays expository? o Identify the type of organization each author used to develop the essay: topic, time order, space order, or informative process. o Why do you think each author chose that type of organization for his or her essay? In what ways does this organizational choice make the essay effective? What effect could the author have achieved with another type of organization or another type of expository essay? o In what ways are these expository essays alike? In what ways are they different? Characteristics of Expository Essays The two essays that chose to review for this assignment were “A soul as free as the air,” by...
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- Spring '11
- Writing, expository essays, time order, Jone Johnson Lewis