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Narration means you're telling a story from a certain viewpoint, and there is usually a reason for the telling. All narrative essays have characters, setting, a climax, and most importantly, a plot.

The plot is the focus of the story and is usually revealed chronologically, but there are sometimes flash-forwards and flashbacks. If you're looking to write a personal narrative essay, here are some tips to get you started.

When writing a narrative essay, remember to:

  • Include sensory and emotional details, so the reader will experience the story, not just read about it.

  • Allow the story to support the point you're making, and make reference to that point in the first sentence.

  • Write in the first or third person.

Examples of Narrative Essays

Ready for a little storytelling? Here are four excerpts to light your creative fire.

"Looking back on a childhood filled with events and memories, I find it rather difficult to pick one that leaves me with the fabled "warm and fuzzy feelings." As the daughter of an Air Force major, I had the pleasure of traveling across America in many moving trips. I have visited the monstrous trees of the Sequoia National Forest, stood on the edge of the Grand Canyon and have jumped on the beds at Caesar's Palace in Lake Tahoe."

"The day I picked my dog up from the pound was one of the happiest days of both of our lives. I had gone to the pound just a week earlier with the idea that I would just "look" at a puppy. Of course, you can no more just look at those squiggling little faces so filled with hope and joy than you can stop the sun from setting in the evening. I knew within minutes of walking in the door that I would get a puppy… but it wasn't until I saw him that I knew I had found my puppy."

"Looking for houses was supposed to be a fun and exciting process. Unfortunately, none of the ones that we saw seemed to match the specifications that we had established. They were too small, too impersonal, too close to the neighbors. After days of finding nothing even close, we began to wonder: was there really a perfect house out there for us?"

The following is an example of a famous narrative written by John UpdikeHub Fans Bid Kid Adieu.

"The afternoon grew so glowering that in the sixth inning the arc lights were turned on--always a wan sight in the daytime, like the burning headlights of a funeral procession. Aided by the gloom, Fisher was slicing through the Sox rookies, and Williams did not come to bat in the seventh. He was second up in the eighth. This was almost certainly his last time to come to the plate in Fenway Park, and instead of merely cheering, as we had at his three previous appearances, we stood, all of us, and applauded."

Descriptive Essays

Descriptive essays describe the traits and characteristics of people, objects, events, and feelings in intricate detail. What's being described will be thoroughly examined. For example, if you were describing roses, you might want to detail:

  • Their origin

  • Their appearance

  • Their color

  • Their fragrance

When you write a descriptive essay, you want to involve the reader's senses and emotions. For example, you could say, "I got sleepy." Or, you could


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