Plus, College Board chief Laurence Bunin defends the essay prompt.
Teles' essay is important - even if its own argument explains why its powerful message is likely to go unheeded.
Former Artforum critic Thomas Lawson, also profiled in the essay, felt like he got off the hook.
And yet she chose to write her essay about giving up on ballet, rather than persevering once she'd tired of it.
In 1964, Edward Kennedy asked the intelligence honcho to contribute an essay to a book of personal recollections about his father.
Everybody read and admired an essay the style of which was new and striking.
On his return, he wrote an essay on the subject, which was published in 1754.
By returning safely with that, you may enable us to renew the essay with better calculated means.
The one in print is my first essay in the way of telling a tale.
The wonder of Du Maurier's essay, the astounding spectacle of his success, cannot be diminished by any such explanation of it.
1590s, "short non-fiction literary composition" (first attested in writings of Francis Bacon, probably in imitation of Montaigne), from Middle French essai "trial, attempt, essay," from Late Latin exagium "a weighing, weight," from Latin exigere "test," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + agere (see act) apparently meaning here "to weigh." The suggestion is of unpolished writing.