Essay has to be at least 5 paragraphs long and must be in own words.

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Submit a basic, five paragraph essay written in the argumentative/persuasive style. Underline the thesis statement. Outside sources are not necessary; your own analytical thinking is sufficient. The lectures provided should help you generate possible ideas. Your main purpose is to prove a point or idea. Aeneas displays tremendous leadership skills as he leads his people out of a falling Troy. How do you know? Why? Where can I find this. The "reader" perpetually asks: How do you know? You must be able to support your claim - your thesis with evidentiary material. Just because he is - doesn't count. Show the reader "why" and "where" in the text. Later on, when you write your research paper, you will text it one step further and add in an outside source. You will not only show where it is supported in the text, but you will show where it is supported by a scholarly, peer-reviewed author.

Your opinion is fine and grand. But it's not enough. It needs support. Everything that you write must be run through the "How do you know?" gamut.

So. Where do you begin? Themes.

Code of Honor - Who has it?

Leadership - Who displays it?

Gender Roles - Where are they?

Heroism - Does it exist?

Immortals - Where do we begin???

Fate vs Free Will

Vengeance and Justice

These are just a few to get the wheels turning. Think about these topics and themes. Can you name three examples to support one of these topics? The three examples are your body paragraphs.

The moral of the story:

Paragraph 1: Intro + thesis statement (+ list of examples)

Paragraph 2: Body (Example 1)

Paragraph 3: Body (Example 2)

Paragraph 4: Body (Example 3)

Paragraph 5: Conclusion + restatement of thesis

Tutor Answer

Rehema74
School: UC Berkeley

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Aeneas as a Great Leader
Aeneas has leadership in his blood since he is born of a Trojan price and the goddess
Venus. He embodies a lot of the Roman virtues because he is devoted to the gods, his family, his
country, and his mission. This, therefore, makes him the perfect candidate to lead the Trojan
kingdom to a new kingdom after the destruction of the city of Troy by the Greeks. Throughout
the Aeneid, he demonstrates great leadership skills because he is able to put the interest of his
people before his own. He sacrifices his own happiness to make sure that he fulfills the prophecy
of leading the Trojan people to Italy; their new kingdom. He is rational, wise, courageous,
practical, and pious; all these qualities make him an effective leader. Even when he was tempted
to act on his emotions, he always chose the path that would please the gods and his fellow
countrymen. He was able to lead the people of Troy through periods of great adversity and
despair, and in all this, he was able to keep them in high spirits despite his own misery. Aeneas
therefore, showed tremendous leader because he was able to put the interest of his people before
his own guided by duty to the gods, his country and his family
Aeneas is able to lead his people through adversity with a lot of compassion and
selflessne...

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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