copyright 2008 by Gary L. Pullman
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Narration: Tell a story that illustrates a point, such as a lesson learned about an important aspect of life; make sure the beginning of the narrative sets up a conflict, the middle of the narrative develops a conflict, and the end of the narrative resolves a conflict that is related to the theme (lesson).
Topic: Loss of a family heirloom
Use this blank template to generate a thesis for your own narrative essay: