Paranoia Essay | Four Paragraph Forms of Paranoia

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Four Paragraph Forms of Paranoia

Summary: Paranoia is explained in 4 different paragraph styles: Expository, Descriptive, Persuasive and Narrative.
Expository

Paranoia is most commonly defined as a mental state of constantly fearing persecution from people in your surroundings, either in the form of physical or mental harassment. Although the fears of a paranoid person appear to be irrational and silly to the onlooker, it is hard to convince a paranoid person so because he/she has often developed the often imaginary source of fear, to the point that he/she is able to defend his/her cause for alarm quite logically, and with reason. Other forms of paranoia include a person who is centered on the belief that he/she was chosen by a higher being to complete an assigned task, or that he/she has special powers.

Descriptive

A paranoid person is characterized by cold, contemplating eyes, which seem to reflect distrust and thorough study of the people around him. These eyes refuse...

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