Difference between argumentative essay & narrative essay By Samsujjaman Bappy

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  • 1. Difference between Argumentative Essay & Narrative Essay
  • 2. What is Argumentative Essay ?  A form of essay that tries to prove a point by supporting it with evidence. Example: Climate change, Traffic jam etc.
  • 3. What is Narrative Essay ?  A narrative essay is usually fun to read because it tells a story. A narrative essay creates a picture in the readers mind with details, plots, and characters.
  • 4. Difference A narrative essay tells a story but, an argumentative essay inform about an idea .
  • 5. Difference A narrative essay can be either fictional or real-life but, Argumentative essays are always based on real things.
  • 6. Difference If narrative essay written as a story, the essay should include all the parts of a story like as introduction, plot, characters, setting, climax, and conclusion but , in argumentative essay, we need to prove our point and support it by a list of powerful arguments.
  • 7. Difference Generally in an argumentative essay used 3rd person but, in a narrative essay used 1st and 3rd person.
  • 8. Difference In argumentative essay writers can write essay basis of correct information about a topic but, In narrative essay writers can write what he want related with the topic.
  • 9. Difference The goal of an argumentative essay is to persuade the reader through logic, reasoning and often times emotion. but , A narrative is a story, generally relying on personal experience.