- Suggested Due Date ASAP
- MLA format
- No dictionaries in any form
- No less than 1000 words
- Follow the ’20 Rules’
- 3-5 literary sources
- Avoid fallacious statements
- 12 point, times new roman or courier new
- Nothing will make this essay be ‘roundfiled’ quicker than using a dictionary of any kind
The intention of this essay is to provide your definition to a term that has a subjective meaning. Dictionaries will define a word in a particular way, but that particular way is not always how an individual will define the same word. For example, “love” will be defined by a dictionary in reference to ‘strong emotional connections between individuals,’ or something similar. And, whereas the dictionary definition may be true, “love” is different for each person and as a result, each person will have his or her own definition of “love.”
There are many words which carry subjective definitions (definitions that are independent from person-to-person). At one time or another, many people are asked the rhetorical question: “what does freedom mean to you?” Subsequently, the person is to then write an essay explaining his or her perspective; this second essay is a collegiate-version.
There are many more words than those in the box, and the author’s job is to select one, and provide the personal definition, using literary evidence. So, using songs/ poems/ speeches/ short-stories/ film and even anecdotal demonstrations (parables), provide the author’s own perspective on what the word means to him or her.