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What tips should I follow to write a perfect essay?
I'm more a movie type, but there are a few things which are almost always there: entangled, but different story lines, a major (story) and some minor ones (e.g. relationships, inclusions, flash backs etc.). Another important issue is to avoid surprises at the end. I don't mean how the story itself develops, but the many tiny clues needed at the end which should be introduced beforehand. E.g. if a main hero dies at the end and you want to soften the shock and give him cancer or so, then this should be mentioned at a completely different location. This principle also holds for other small side effects, be they serious, funny or whatever; but in all cases: write them backwards.What tips should I follow to write a perfect essay?