Writing Conclusions Of Essays
Finally, the conclusion is not the place in your essay to introduce new information or new ideas: these should be in the body of your essay.
such as differences and suspicion between the many regions of the peninsula, the lack of planning and common goals that saw many uprisings fail and the divergent views and politics amongst the men who fought for unity,the Piedmont region emerged "..the nucleus around which the rest of Italy could gather" (Mack Smith, 1959: 17).
If a brilliant idea tries to sneak into our final paragraph, we must pluck it out and let it have its own paragraph earlier in the essay.
If it doesn't fit the structure or argument of the essay, we will leave it out altogether and let it have its own essay later on.
Make sure, however, that your conclusion is not simply a repetitive summary as this reduces the impact of the argument you have developed in your essay.
It's probably enough that our essay on recycling will slow the growth of the landfill in Hartford's North Meadows.
The conclusion should match the introduction in terms of the ideas presented and the argument put forward.
Sometimes you will find that the process of writing has changed what you have argued and so it will be necessary to go back and reword the introduction.
The function of the essay's Conclusion is to restate the main argument.
It reminds the reader of the strengths of the argument: that is, it reiterates the most important evidence supporting the argument.