As an aspiring history student, with English as a third language, writing, and especially writing essays, has proven to be the single biggest challenge in my university preparations. I am in need of essay-examples and benchmarks that I can compare my own writing and future progress with.
It is such a task that I need help for.
I have an essay question which interests me, and I have found a lecture that covers the subject. I have taken the transcript of the lecture and dissected it into three paragraphs, each with its underlying arguments. Each argument has been split up into a point, an example, and an evaluation of its relevance/importance. This has been colour-coded in the document. The entire document has a length of approximately 5000 words.
I need your help with the following:
- The essay has to be shortened to 1800- 2000 words.
I have listed several arguments below each paragraph, you are free to pick and choose whichever you think suits the essay the best and delete the rest, which I believe will make this task easier.
- Given that the essay is presently a compilation of pieces from a lecture transcript, I need a complete rewriting of the text itself so that its source is completely unrecognizable. By that, I mean the style of writing, not the content itself. I am not demanding something extraordinary, just simple plain academic English and nothing fancy.
- I need ghostwriting of a short introduction and conclusion for the essay.
In general, you are free to delete and move around anything you see fit.
No referencing is needed as this is for practice.
I need the job done as fast as possible.