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Synonyms for essay

Synonyms for essay

a relatively brief discourse written especially as an exercise

a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

a trying to do or make something

to make an attempt to do or make

to subject to a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

Synonyms for essay

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In this light, then, or rather in this darkness, I would have the reader to consider these initial essays. And after this warning, if he shall be of opinion that he can find enough of serious in other parts of this history, he may pass over these, in which we profess to be laboriously dull, and begin the following books at the second chapter.
The followers of Chaucer, and the precursors of Shakespeare, are alike real persons to him--old Langland reminding him of Carlyle's "Gospel of Labour." The product of a large store of reading has been here secreted anew for the reader who desires to see, in bird's-eye view, the light and shade of a long and varied period of poetic literature, by way of preparation for Shakespeare, [9] (with a full essay upon whom the volume closes,) explaining Shakespeare, so far as he can be explained by literary antecedents.
But one cannot forget also that Lamb was early an enthusiastic admirer of Wordsworth: of Wordsworth, the first characteristic power of the nineteenth century, his essay on whom, in the Quarterly Review, Mr.
"Reckon you're glad we kept her, Marilla?" whispered Matthew, speaking for the first time since he had entered the hall, when Anne had finished her essay.
Therewithall Sir Ector essayed to pull out the sword and failed.
The same view of "consciousness" is set forth in the succeeding essay, "A World of Pure Experience" (ib., pp.
A red-faced man, slamming the cabin door behind him and stumping out on the deck, interrupted my reflections, though I made a mental note of the topic for use in a projected essay which I had thought of calling "The Necessity for Freedom: A Plea for the Artist." The red-faced man shot a glance up at the pilot-house, gazed around at the fog, stumped across the deck and back (he evidently had artificial legs), and stood still by my side, legs wide apart, and with an expression of keen enjoyment on his face.
It is a picture, and I can see it now,--the jagged edges of the hole in the side of the cabin, through which the grey fog swirled and eddied; the empty upholstered seats, littered with all the evidences of sudden flight, such as packages, hand satchels, umbrellas, and wraps; the stout gentleman who had been reading my essay, encased in cork and canvas, the magazine still in his hand, and asking me with monotonous insistence if I thought there was any danger; the red-faced man, stumping gallantly around on his artificial legs and buckling life-preservers on all corners; and finally, the screaming bedlam of women.
This collection of essays on Jean Toomer is very much a French affair.
Reading these essays on Russian attitudes toward space suggests a passage toward the end of Anna Karenina in which Levin remarks shrewdly on the vagueness of the word "people" in response to his half brother Koznyshev's description of "the people's" enthusiasm for brother Slays.
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An ambitious and original set of essays, Unfamiliar Relations extends the study of the history of the family into South Asia.
On paper such qualities are supposed to shine through in the essays.
So we extend our sincere thanks to all who entered, who inspired entrants, and who judged the essays.