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Possible ways to start your transcedentalism unit essay. An Assertion . “Babies are citizens of the world, whether they’re born into a world of high-rises or tundra, jackhammers or machine guns.” –Diane Ackerman “Our age is retrospective.” – Emerson

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an assertion
An Assertion
  • “Babies are citizens of the world, whether they’re born into a world of high-rises or tundra, jackhammers or machine guns.” –Diane Ackerman
  • “Our age is retrospective.” – Emerson
  • “The fantasy of an America free of blacks is at least as old as the dream of creating a truly democratic society.” –Ralph Ellison
narrative or anecdote
Narrative or anecdote
  • “Long before I began Dumpster diving I was impressed with Dumpsters, enough so that I wrote the Merriam-Webster research service to discover what I could about the word ‘Dumpster.’”

–Lars Eighner

  • “When I saw Dirty Harry for the first time in 1973, the year after its initial release, I knew little about film noir ….”

–Gerald Early

other ways to begin
Other ways to begin
  • Rhetorical question

“If a tree hugger falls in the forest, does he make a sound?”

  • Classification

“Half of our time is spent worrying; the other half is spent feeling bad about worrying.”

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Epigraph – opening quotation, set off from text

“Here was neither peace, nor rest, nor a moment's safety. All was confusion and action, and every moment life and limb were in peril.” – Jack London

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Metaphor

“Time is a tree that sucks deep to feed its far-reaches.”