In this phase the protagonist and antagonist have solved their problems and either the protagonist or antagonist wins the conflict. The conflict officially ends. Some stories show what happens to the characters after the conflict ends and/or they show what happens to the characters in the future.
After the topic sentence, the rest of the paragraph should go on to support this one proof with examples and explanation. It is the details that support the topic sentences in the body paragraphs that make the arguments strong.
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Essay on the debate among economists and historians about slavery & the origins of capitalism. …
The Mad Lawyer is sent to the Duchess during her imprisonment to try to drive her crazy.
This version of How to Write a Rhetorical Analysis was reviewed by Megan Morgan on February 8, 2015.