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This article is provided by Shelia Obryan, a professional content writer at British Essay Writers.

The primary role of response to literature is to highlight an opinion about the theme, plot, character’s traits, settings or moral of the story. In other words, it gives an analysis of an essay by breaking it down into parts for natural understanding by the readers. The essay is organized with a summary of the story being talked about followed by an opinion backed by evidence from the text. It is therefore required of a writer before writing an essay in response to a particular text, to have a clear point of the essay and must be able to read and analyses the themes, characters and languages for support and evidence. A well-prepared writer for response to literature essay is one who makes notes typically while reading literature. This provides the writer with the knowledge of choosing a specific aspect of an essay and focus on that point which puts him/her in a position to create a thesis statement and support it thoroughly in the entire essay.

The writer should be aware of the various areas in a response literature essay that could receive audience’s attention. One of the areas where readers would focus on is symbolism used by the author. The writer, therefore, needs to apply some symbols while writing a response to an essay which is practicable in real life situation. Another one is the figurative devices like alliteration, metaphor, and hyperbole with response to an essay that gives a deeper meaning to the audience.

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