<span>Recipes, instruction sheets, and "How to" articles are types of <u>process essays</u>, because they explain how something is done. Various kinds of manuals also fall into the category of process texts.</span>
"The Holy War" written by Hugh Hodge is full of many references to war and includes hints as to the author's feelings about the situation. For example, the last line is very telling as to Hodge's opinion. "Here is the God who wept" implies that the creator of the world is weeping at its current state. This God is looking down at the world that is going to war over faith, which God never intended them to do. Hope this helps.
Or, while Ninjas stealthily negotiate their way through dark places (such as an enemy’s residence at night), ninjas used the scabbard as a walking stick, feeling or probing their way around objects so as not to knock into anything and alert the enemy.
Perhaps the ninja’s most sinister use of the scabbard was to put a mixture of red pepper, dirt, and iron shavings at the top of the scabbard, so that when the ninja drew his sword, his opponent would be blinded.