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The plan of the essay Working on the plan of the essaytyper is one of the conditions for systematizing the material, the sequence of its arrangement, and, therefore, the most complete disclosure of the theme of the essay.

"The plan is a concretization of the idea" (V. Nikolsky) of the essay and at the same time a way of realizing the creative idea of the author of the essay.

And although writing an essay plan is not a mandatory requirement, it is quite difficult to do without a plan when working on a draft of an essay.

Plans can be of two kinds: preliminary (brief) and extended (complex).

The preliminary (brief) plan allows you to outline the main course of thought, to highlight the main issues of the topic. This is essentially an outline of the plan. On its basis in the process of further work is created a detailed, complex plan.

Unfolded (complex) plan, first of all, reflects the main structural parts of the essay writing service reviews: introduction, main part, conclusion (they are designated by Roman numerals). Within these general sections, the subsections necessary to specify the points made are indicated according to their extent by Arabic numerals, letters, etc.

Since a complex plan must accurately express the main content of the future essay, it is necessary that it meet the following requirements:

1) correspond to the topic and most fully cover the issues related to its disclosure,

2) be purposeful and distinguished by a logical sequence, consistency

3) had a unified basis in the wording of all points, and was stylistically homogeneous (points of the plan must be uniform and consistent in the form of name or two-part interrogative sentences).

Sample essay plans

Topic: The World of the Humiliated and Insulted in Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment.

A brief (tentative) outline.

1. "Little People" in Russian realistic literature before Dostoevsky (Pushkin, Gogol).

2. The family of the Marmeladovs.

3. The Raskolnikov family.

4. the tragedy of the humiliated and insulted - the generation of Russian life.

5. The humanistic pathos of the novel "Crime and Punishment".

Expanded (complex) plan

I. Introduction. "Little people" in the Russian realistic literature of the 19th century (A.S. Pushkin "The Station master", N.V. Gogol "The Overcoat"). The world of the humiliated and insulted in F.M. Dostoyevsky's novel "Crime and Punishment".

II. 1. Depiction of life of St. Petersburg's poor in the novel:

(a) The typicality and hopelessness of the life of the Marmeladov family;

b) the beggarly existence of the student Rodion Raskolnikov;

c) the dependent and humiliated position of Rodion's mother and sister.

The tragedies of the humiliated and insulted are a product of Russian life:

(a) The frightening image of "yellow" Petersburg in the novel;

b) the forms of protest of the "little people" against the pressures of life.

III. Conclusion. The humanistic pathos of the novel "Crime and Punishment".