Description of a scenario of moral conviction and the suffering that it bequeaths upon the main character Lily

Description of the Essay

The essay is a two part narration. The first part involves description of a scenario of moral conviction and the suffering that it bequeaths upon the main character Lily.

The second part involves a relation of the character’s incidents to the narrators’ personal experience. To charm the narration with creativity the kind witnessed in the novel, dialogue, description and action are made inclusive of the narration. Such are the requirements of the order. Dialogue between the narrator, in this case the client/student, and the client’s peers is made distinct with quotation marks that indicate use of direct speech. The speeches are not one sided and are made by three parties; the narrator, first peer Stephan, and second peer Jese.

The peers are creations meant to define and instill life into the narrator’s personal story.

The client’s description of the order required a quotation from the novel, and use of elements that lighten up narration like dialogue, action, and description in emulation of the quality of the novel.