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I found the essay A Travel Essay about Beauty Written by Miruna Corneanu on a website called Travel Away She used many ways of organizing her piece Three of the main ways are the ways she groups the different types of beauty she has clear examples analogies and the ways she uses the illustrations in the text The first and most apparent way of organizing her essay was dividing the different types of beauty She has six diverse types of beauty unusual outspoken natural young everlasting and breathtaking At first She says Beauty has so many forms so many colors and so many stages and it can be ruthless incontestable young unusual stunning gloomy natural overwhelming or everlasting but no matter what shape will take beauty its meant to touch your soul or your mind at least for a moment to inspire you and to make you become a better person an artist and sometimes to make you fall in love So right in the beginning she states her fundamentals That makes her points very organized and clear right for the beginning In this article the author use many differing example and analogies to support her essential major points For example A simple narrow cobblestone street covered with golden wet leafs brought me like a ghost to a bench That allegation put the reader in her shoes to show her how she felt at that very moment Another part was when she was talking about outspoken beauty she said Walking on its streets you will notice that the entire city was built by artists not by common people Every construction is a piece of art and it is located in the right place creating a perfect harmony between the past and the present between history and culture This part describes how the streets of florence were not like any that she had seen before she described them as art
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