A descriptive essay should provide detailed information about a subject or idea. These essays are impressive; they are interesting for the readers, who learn something new and significant. When you are working on your essay, you should choose your topic carefully. Some students think that they can write great descriptive essays no matter what their topics are. However, it does not make sense to spend hours trying to figure out what you should write about, how your ideas can be arranged in the best way, and what is the best way to impress your audience. It is better to spend some time to find and work on a topic that reflects an interesting issue.
This issue keeps coming up and, despite my footnotes, I keep seeing commentary about it so I'm going to address it here.
Initially, Bartolomé de las Casas advocated the use of African slaves instead of native labor. In the first few years after he renounced his land and title, his initial cause was to end the suffering of the natives, rather than seeking an end to the institution of slavery itself, and so this became his deplorable rationale for the endorsement of African slavery. Bartolomé de las Casas eventually retracted those views, however, and came to see all forms of slavery as being equally wrong. In The History of the Indies published in 1527, he wrote the following: