Do you have to write a rhetorical analysis essay? Fear not! We’re here to explain exactly what rhetorical analysis means, how you should structure your essay, and give you some essential “dos and don’ts.”

What is a Rhetorical Analysis Essay?

A rhetorical analysis essay studies how writers and speakers have used words to influence their audience…

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How do you write the perfect villain for your story?

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Writing a great book that readers want to pick up and read, or even re-read, usually involves writing amazing characters people can relate to. That includes writing villains who are relatable.

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What are some classic examples of this style, what makes them so cool, and what can we learn from them?

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Though people don’t write letters like they used to, we writers don’t care. We can bring them back in fiction.

Today, we’re going to cover a lost form of literature, one which I think should make a comeback. It’s called epistolary, and it’s a great form. Let’s cover it.

What Is Epistolary Storytelling?



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