This is a proceeding in
rhetoric and in a text that is relatively extended but that may help a great
deal. This allows listing the elements you will talk about. Below are some
essay contains, first, several introductory chapters. Then, there are three
“great aspects” related to poverty. They are organized as follows: the
international aspect, which describes the unequal distribution of the World
production; the social aspect, which deals with the inadequate distribution of
the National Product; and the economic aspect, which indicated the errors while
suggesting solutions in the contemporary mechanisms of production. Finally, the
conclusion, attempts to give meaning to Man’s economic efforts. (J. Figueres.
The Poverty of Nations).
deals with my childhood memories: the landscape, things and people of Costa
Rica and my youth in San José. This showcases a certain degree of intimacy,
which is part of remembrance. The pronoun “you” collaborates in this narration,
as well as other words and many other people. (L. Ferrero. The tree of
The abstract or the mentioning of the topics or
points that are being dealt with in the essay allows for comprehension and easy
following of the exposing text.
Each of the points mentioned
in the abstract will be developed in their own order. For example, in the essay
“The island we have become” by I. F. Azofeifa (1979) includes three main
components: the Costa Rican geography, the national character and the
Recapitulation.In rhetoric, recapitulation is
a summary or concise statement or enumeration of the principal points or facts
in a preceding discourse, argument, or essay. It could also be done in the
conclusion, but perhaps it is most effective when done at the end of a writing
in order to highlight the points discussed. Here are some recapitulations:
these very boring notes be a reminder in order to remember in our way, that we
always had a carnival, even if crazy, unlike the Europeans we do not have a
mask. The real difference with the Europeans is that they would become all
pious by drawing a cross on their forehead and get ready to begin the Holy
week. (M.A. Jiménez 1979).
In summary: there may be
particles falling in black holes and successively disappearing from our region
of the universe. These particles travel to small universes separate from our
own. It is possible that these universes retake part at some other point.
Perhaps they aren’t of much help to space travelers, but their presence means
that we are able to predict less than what we expected, even if we found the
theory complete unification (…) in the last few years, several researchers have
begun studying these little universes. I don’t think anyone will become rich by
copyrighting these or making money by selling space travel, but it has become a
very interesting field of research. (Stephen Hawking 1994).