Just as any essay, a literary essay has three basic sections or parts. The first part being the introduction gives the reader an idea of what the paper is about and creates a thesis statement which will be discuss or argue by providing a set of facts throughout the paper. This part is also particularly important because the writer also should attempt to capture the readers’ interest.
The second part consists of the body of the paper. Here the writer lay out allkey points, making sure that they are connected to the thesis. In addition to ensuring that your points are connected to the thesis they must also be supported by facts from different sources.