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Chapter 12. You Got Some 'Splaining to D... > “How to” Essays: Process Analysis - Pg. 140

You Got Some 'Splaining to Do, Lucy: Exposition Here's how the nineteenth-century American poet Emily Dickinson defined hope: "Hope" is the thing with feathers-- That perches in the soul-- And sings the tune without the words-- And never stops--at all-- 140 --"Poem 254" "How to" Essays: Process Analysis Write Angles If you're describing a circular process, such as the circulation of blood, break into the process at a logical point and follow it around to that point again. In the case of blood, for instance, it's reasonable to start and end with the heart.