The second instruction on the sheet read: "Write an essay in Bengali on the life of the man who has most inspired you."
She also read aloud an essay that you had written entitled, "Blue Wednesday".'
He translated his Essay from Latin into English, added fresh illustrations, and published it.
Not long before the death of Smith, finding his end approach rapidly, he gave orders to destroy all his manuscripts, excepting some detached essays, which he entrusted to the care of his executors.
Yet but for a little endured his essay; great-hearted Agenor saw him haling away the corpse, and where his side was left uncovered of his buckler as he bowed him down, there smote he him with bronze-tipped spear-shaft and unstrung his limbs.
There was also a book of DeFoe's, called an Essay on Projects, and another of Dr. Mather's, called Essays to do Good, which perhaps gave me a turn of thinking that had an influence on some of the principal future events of my life.
A daily London journal, comprising satirical essays on social subjects, published by Addison and Steele in 1711-1712.
whispered Matthew, speaking for the first time since he had entered the hall, when Anne had finished her essay.
The following, which opens a little known essay of Edgar Allan Poe's, is one of the most perfect examples of simple ridicule in the English language.