For reporters or academics, it can be hard to step back from research rituals and write from personal experience. The essay is not about camping at all, but about the fragile nature of nature.
The essay is a figure locked in a too-large-lump of personal experience, and the good essayist chisels away all unnecessary material.
Like a poem, in prose. The tension begs for resolution. First of all, endings are related to beginnings. Scott Fitzgerald Observations The personal essay is one of the most common types of writing assignment--and not only in freshman composition courses.
The titles allow us to string together a kind of thematic necklace. So they have elected to follow an additive strategy, offering incomplete shards, one mask or persona after another: the eager, skeptical, amiable, tender, curmudgeonly, antic, somber.
So the best conclusions open up a bit at the end, suggesting the presence of the future.