The Body of Your Essay
You should have written the introduction to your historical analysis essay, and now it is time to start drafting the body of your paper. In this exercise, you will be required to draft three paragraphs that will go in the body of your paper. You should plan to spend one to two hours on this assignment.
Construct each paragraph using the P.I.E.* method. Each paragraph should have a topic sentence, include evidence from you research, and relate back to your argument.
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