7+ Crazy Essay Writing Examples with Samples

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March 3, 2019

While writing an essay is pie for some students, some find it dreadful to write even the first paragraph. Writing a “good enough” piece can be a painstaking job if you are writing for your middle-school or admissions. Here I am publishing around twenty essay writing examples you can inspire from while writing your own.

Just as a quick disclaimer, I don’t own any of the below essays as I have collected these examples from different research publications and websites. The download links are also provided below so that you can get them in PDF and Doc format and save it in your computers.

Jump directly to download “all essay writing examples” if you don’t want to read the following topic.

Different Types of Essays and Their Example

Writing a Narrative Essay

Narrative essays are to describe a scene or a story from a third-person perspective. It means, there is a purpose of telling the story and you choose a particular viewpoint.

The goal of writing a narrative essay is to engage the reader in reading it and experience it. Use Emotional, power words while writing a good narrative essay.

Example of a narrative essay

“The afternoon grew so glowering that in the sixth inning the arc lights were turned on–always a wan sight in the daytime, like the burning headlights of a funeral procession. Aided by the gloom, Fisher was slicing through the Sox rookies, and Williams did not come to bat in the seventh. He was second up in the eighth. This was almost certainly his last time to come to the plate in Fenway Park, and instead of merely cheering, as we had at his three previous appearances, we stood, all of us, and applauded.”

From the book: The Only Game in Town: Sportswriting from The New Yorker

Descriptive Essay Writing

Descriptive articles are, as the name suggests, used to dig the plot deeper. While writing a descriptive essay, you describe the traits, attributes, characteristics of the people, scene, events, feelings or anything you want the reader to imagine before his eyes.

For example, instead of writing “they kissed each other” you can bring more excitement to the plot by defining the wet lips, the courage he gathered, the wind, tsunami inside her or what not. I can’t write erotica, but I loved this graphic fighting scene below Olu Roy have written.

Example of Descriptive Essay Writing

“And what a roof it was. Packed with promoters, gamblers, fans of all types, the only man he found honorable of the whole bunch was his opponent, who stood at the edge opposite his own with his sword glinting in the late evening city sun.
This was crazy. He knew it. Crazy didn’t mean the two remaining swords on the roof—his, a broadsword and his opponent’s, a thin curved hookblade—hadn’t spilled a lot of blood that day. Both blades looked almost pink in the dying light. He made brief eye contact with his opponent, who only smirked at him. He didn’t want to admit the move gave his man the edge, but it had.”


Writing an Expository Essay

While an expository essay narrates a plot, there is another more significant aim which the writer wants to achieve from it. Expository essays explore and discuss the circumstance. While they may not leave an opinion, they still explain or report a scene to leave a space for the reader.

Expository essay writing uses easy-to-understand texts, stays concise and revolve around a fixed idea even while collecting different pictures.

Example of Writing an Expository Essay

Here is the report published on AccuWeather which is an excellent example of such writing.

“The several inches of snow that whitened New York City and Boston to start the weekend was just a preview of a more widespread winter storm that will hit the northeastern United States with heavy snow and rain Sunday into Monday. Millions of people can anticipate substantial travel delays, including some flight cancellations, as the winter storm sweeps across the Northeast Sunday into Monday. Schools that are scheduled to be open on Monday may have delays or closures.”

Drafting an Argumentative Essay

Argumentative essays have only one purpose. The writer tries to convince you for some pointers. Argumentative essays are used to prove the validity or falsity of a claim. The writer takes the help of research, previously published work, artistic and scientific facts to convince the reader.

Look at this Bustle report on human trafficking to understand a better example of argumentative essay

“Recently, President Donald Trump has leaned on human trafficking as one of the main reasons that a wall on the United States’ southern border is necessary — but the claims Trump uses in order to further his push for a wall are not exactly true. It is a dire global problem, however, and the statistics on human trafficking will show you the actual scope of the issue.

In an interview on CBS’s Face the Nation in early February, Trump said that “this really is an invasion of our country by human traffickers.” Days later in his State of the Union address, he said that traffickers “take advantage of the wide-open areas between our ports of entry” to smuggle women and girls into the United States to sell them into prostitution and slavery.”

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Essay Writing Examples to Download (PDF)

The following essay samples are available in zip format to download and ready to use. Do not plagiarize by using any of them directly as it can be dengerous. I recommend using a  good plagiarism checker as everyone can download and use essays from the internet.

  • Critical Essay Sample

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  • Expository Essay Sample

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  • Educational Essay Writing Sample

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  • Persuasive Essay Sample

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  • Narrative Essay Example

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  • Descriptive Essay Example

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Writing a Good Essay as a non-native English speaker

I suck at writing English as I grew up at a place where people never liked to speak in English (I love it 😉 ), this is why I use Grammar checkers to correct my spellings and Grammar mistakes. Even for the native speakers, it is a pain to proofread thoroughly after finishing the first draft. Tools like Grammarly can help you to kill two birds with one stone as they automatically correct your essay and find potential plagiarism in your writing. You can know more about Grammarly in this review here.



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