Below are sample "A grade" Exegesis papers written by some of my students. It should give you an idea of what an Exegesis paper looks like, what goes into it and how to word some of the sections. Just a little warning... these papers have been presented at a symposium, and most plagiarism software and Google searches will pick them up - so probably best not to plagiarize them. Students who are found plagiarizing in any of my classes will receive an immediate failing grade. They may also face expulsion from the University.