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Stuck at the end of your paper and not sure where to turn? We know it’s always good to go out on a high note and leave your reader wanting more. But what if you’re not sure how to do that? Well, don’t fret—our conclusion generator is here to help you hit that note over and over again. We take the words you’ve already used, the points you’ve already made, and the title that ties it all together to understand what you’ve been saying in your paper. Then we process all that data and turn out a perfect concluding essay for you. We’re making writing easy again!
How to Use:
This is a simple tool to use and all it requires is your title, your text, and a click of a button. First, enter the title of your paper into the appropriate box. This helps the generator get an idea of what your paper is about. Second, enter the text of your essay into the box below. The generator scans the text to find the thesis and main points. Then it uses that information to develop a concluding paragraph for you.
Writing is an art—that’s all there is to it. Now we’re not talking about the Jackson Pollack kind of art where you get to splatter a bunch of colors across a canvas and then promote it as modern and meaningful—because to get noticed for that kind of art you have to know the right kind of people. Chances are you’re here because you don’t know the right kind of people. But, come to think of it, now that you’re here maybe you are finally meeting the right kind. Why? Because we’re the kind of people who want to help. We’re not going to tell your Pollack-like painted words are beautiful and throw money at you. No. But we will help craft that essay you’re struggling with. That’s what we do.
This conclusion generator is just one of many tools we offer, but it helps in a unique way that relates specifically to the art of making a great paper. How so? You see, every essay should have a beginning, a middle and an end—just like every great drama (as Aristotle used to say, you know). Sophocles’ Oedipus was considered the greatest example of a tragic drama by the Philosopher because, for one thing, it had a beginning, middle and end. Can you imagine what Aristotle would have thought of it if the play had cut off early, leaving the audience hanging on the edge of a cliff?
Well, he would have felt about the same way your reader feels if you write a big, beautiful essay with a beginning, middle but no end. Granted, in drama there’s a little payoff called catharsis—but in essay writing the payoff is essentially the final message: the Jerry Springer moment where he leaves you with a final thought, a parting few words to think about on your way home. That’s why writing a conclusion is so important. It is more than just rehashing your introduction and restating your thesis. It is about giving your reader that final scoop of ice cream—the one you’ve been holding back. He wasn’t even sure you had it but then, all of a sudden there it is! That’s what a great conclusion can be like.
So of course that brings the pressure, doesn’t it? You got your thesis. You got your intro. You wrote the body and gave every paragraph a main point. You finished that then the old mind went blank. Happens to the best of us. You’ve written your paper—and now what? You hit all the points you wanted to make and the last thing you want to do is go back through them all again. You’re exhausted. You’re out of gas.
What we did to design our generator was to think of what a great conclusion needs. A great conclusion should remind the reader in short summation of the main points of your essay. Your reader is about to go out the door, so you have to make sure he goes out with the right thoughts in his head. Don’t just repeat verbatim what you stated in your opening paragraph. Hit those points with a new set of words so that they seem both fresh and familiar at the same time. That way they stay embedded in the brain and the reader finds himself reflecting on them over time. Like a movie that you can’t get out of your head, an essay that concludes well can make up for all of its earlier sins and transgressions.
That’s why this generator helps. It gets you where you need to be and shows you what you need to do to wrap it up all nice and pretty with a bow on top. Think of your essay as a Christmas gift for someone you love. Are you really just going to hand it over unwrapped? That’s what you would be doing without a great conclusion. So use this generator and gift wrap that essay the way it should be. Your reader deserves it for reading all the way through after all.
Whether you think of an essay conclusion as gift wrapping or as a wrap up, it makes no difference. The key to creating a great conclusion is to think about what your overall essay has been about and then write a set of new words inspired by that essence. The reader should feel that essence through and through. A quickly written conclusion that fails to tap into the essence will feel rushed and unsatisfactory. The reader will feel that after a great introduction and good meeting he got blown off at the end and not taken seriously. The reader wants to go out on a high not a low. So take a little extra time with your conclusion. Think of it as the last time you will see your reader, the last time you will get to say goodbye. Think of everything you’ve been through together in terms of your essay and then give the reader your final thought.
Our conclusion generator can help to find that final thought. If you’re brain is parched and thirsting for assistance, look no further because we’ve got the thirst quencher for you. This generator takes the text you’ve written, looks it over, then tells you want conclusion it should have. It digests the data and distils its essence and presents it for the reader like a new pearl on burnished silver. That’s what every great writer tries to do with his conclusion. Every essay needs one and every reader deserves one. Otherwise you’re basically sending him out into the cold without a final drink to keep him warm on the ride home, without a final thought to give him something to think about as he goes to sleep, without a final summation of all the things that matter.