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How are a persuasive essay and an expository essay different?

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  1. anonymous
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    a)In a persuasive essay, the writer develops a story using a plot, characters, and a setting, while in an expository essay, the writer tells the story of a personal experience and comments on it. b)In a persuasive essay, the writer tries to convince the reader to agree with the point of view presented, while in an expository essay, the writer describes and explains all sides of a topic or issue. c)In a persuasive essay, the writer describes and explains all sides of a topic or issue, while in an expository essay, the writer tries to convince the reader to agree with the point of view presented. d)In a persuasive essay, the writer tries to convince the reader to agree with the point of view presented, while in an expository essay, the writer narrates a story using a plot, characters, and a setting.

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