Essays are Like Platypuses

Mathew Teakle on 10 May, 2015

Essays are like Platypuses – they’re a strange combination of (seemingly) incongruous elements. Essays are objective arguments fueled by deep, subjective opinion. Essays are polite and formal, while at the same time being aggressive arguments.

Study the Platypus essay, get to know its quirks and its unique elements, learn to work with it (just watch out for the venomous fang on the hind leg).