Back at the hotel, RM 102, 8:23 pm.
After the wedding ceremony,
Elaine Raines, now Anders, laughing as she was wrapped in her husband’s arm, Vince Anders.
Elaine still in his arms,
“Wow!” She exclaimed as Vince slams the door locked with a kick.
Romantically, they both flopped into the bed and then it became cozy.
After a few minutes,
He made for the refrigerator. Drink in hand. Vince smiled as he noticed the room had received so much effort, no wonder it looks perfect for the night, he taught.
Vince seems to be taking much time to get back into action, with an amazing celerity, Elaine began sending across a coquettish smile. Lights out. Bang Bang!
The body must be very convincing. Here start rendering evidences of the argument. A convincing body will have at least three to four paragraphs or more.
Also, do not go out of context the question has to be related. How does it relate to the overall theme of what the analysis?
Make emphasis on the ways in which these elements bestow to the entire quality of the book.
Emphasize one major point per paragraph in this section. No need to rush all of your evidence into one idea.
Do more reading and analyze different factors in your literary analysis. Argue on a character's development, for example how the individual changes from the beginning to the end of the book. Center core on a character's fatal flaw and query or question the person's mistakes.