Analyze an ode of Keats’ and discuss the nature of the ode as a poetic form.

Analyze an ode of Keats’ and discuss the nature of the ode as a poetic form.

• JOHN KEATS

Analyze an ode of Keats’ and discuss the nature of the ode as a poetic form.

In “Ode on a Grecian Urn,” Keats questions an ancient artifact asking: who the youths and maidens are; what their wild pursuit is; and what music the silent instruments are playing? At the end…

• HISTORY

How does this tomb compare to the tombs of ancient Egyptian pharaohs? What do the differences,…

The tomb of Qin Shi Huang could compare with the tombs of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs with regard to size. However Qin Shi Huang built his tomb and filled it with a terracotta army because he…

• MATH

What are the tw numbers that root (5) lies between them?two numbers in one decimal place

The two perfect square integers above and below 5 are 9 and 4. Therefore 4 <5 < 9. Taking the positive square root, we get: sqrt4 <sqrt5 < sqrt9 2 < sqrt5 < 3. Therefore (2+x)^2…

• HISTORY

What can the terra cotta soldiers tell us about how the Chinese lived when the soldiers were…

The terra cotta soldiers can tell us a great deal about how the Chinese lived. The thing that they can tell us most clearly is about how the Chinese soldiers were equipped during this time. They…

• HISTORY

What was Qin Shi Huangdi’s motivation in building the mausoleum with the terra cotta warriors…

The emperor who had this terra cotta army and the mausoleum created was the first to unite all of China under one man. Because of this, you can imagine that he was pretty ambitious and perhaps…

• HENRY HOWARD, EARL OF SURREY

Please paraphrase the earl of Surrey, Henry Howard’s poem, “Alas! So All Things Now Do Hold Their…

A summary is required before you can properly understand a paraphrase of this sonnet. It is a lament that the quietude and peace of night displayed by “Heaven and earth” does not carry over to the…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

How should the United States prosecute it’s war against global terrorism over the next several…

Two words: Very carefully. I think that the reality is that the United States has to grasp that this is a challenge where multiliateral and coordinated attempts must be embraced. We have to use…

• THE KITE RUNNER

What is the relationship between Amir and Hassan?How do they express the themes of friendship,…

The relationship between Amir and Hassan is crucial to the themes of this novel because it is this friendship and the changes it undergoes that illustrate betrayal, regret (guilt) and forgiveness….

• A RAISIN IN THE SUN

In “A Raisin In The Sun” Act 1 Scene 1 – Why did Walter ask Ruth what was wrong with her? (short…

Simply put, Walter does not know about Ruth’s condition. The audience doesn’t know until later, but Ruth is carrying the emotional and physical weight of a pregnancy. This is part of the reason…

• THE WINE OF ASTONISHMENT

List all the characters that are introduced to the readers in chapter one

Eva dorcus,Bee,Ivan morton,Bolo,Reggie,Joyce,Clyde

• ODE ON A GRECIAN URN

How do I go about to mark the syllables, separate the feet and indicate the rhyme scheme of this…

Marking syllables, separating metrical feet and indicating rhyme scheme are all steps in scansion, the process by which a poem’s rhythm, meter and rhyme are analyzed. Marking syllables refers to…

• THE AWAKENING

What is the metaphor for “mother women” in the awakening?”

Mother-woman” is not so much a metaphor as it is a title and a statement of the role of women in Creole society. In Creole society at the turn of the century it was considered the ideal…

• EDGAR ALLAN POE

Alienation in Edgar Allan Poe’s work.The black cat”, “the purloined letter”, “the fall of the…

To answer your question in general (each work is considered a separate question), the main characters in each of these stories have a personal torment that they have to resolve but that seems to be…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, what force of innocence ends up being more powerful than that of violence?

One specific example of the power of innocence to overcome violence is Scout’s encounter with Mr. Cunningham and the lynch mob in front of the jail where Atticus stands guard over Tom Robinson….

• TEACHERS

What is the biggest obstacle that Elm/Middle school english language arts teacher face in…

Although it is tempting to say all of them (and say it loudly, too), the reality is (as a linguist I can attest to this) that their lack of English skill is actually the least concern in any…

• ENGLISH

Which one is true about Dialect?1. Dialect is an uncomplicated version of standard english. 2….

Geesh! Any chance they could ALL be correct? A dialect is indeed a less complex version of an official language. It is true also that it is a localized lexicon, meaning that it is different from…

• TEACHERS

By doing the following activity what the teacher is trying to teach his class. Fifth grade…

The closest to a lesson on persuasive writing is how media influences thought. It is not media literacy because it is not asking for any specific literary technique except for (we infer) rich and…

• ANIMAL FARM

What does Mollie lose by her actions? What does this tell you about materialism?

In this book, Mollie chooses to pursue material things. She decides that the most important thing to her is the ability to have cute things (like ribbons) to wear. When she does this, she loses…

• SCIENCE

How do we know the earth is round?

The most obvious way that we can know this in modern times is through direct observation. In the days when people still thought that the world was flat, no one had ever been up high above the…

• HISTORY

Why did Buddhism become so influential during the Age of Disunity in China?

The “Age of Disunity” refers to the period roughly 220-589 C.E. when China was split into several different kingdoms and dynasties. Throughout this period Buddhism was developing in China. We can…

• TINKERS

George’s profession and mention of clocks and time is quite symbolic. Why do you think author…

Time is ticking down for George throughout the book. His understanding of the working of clocks is a counterpoint to the process of his understanding the intersections of his life with those of…

• BEOWULF

In the epic poem Beowulf, how does Beowulf reflect both Norse Pagan religion & ancient…

I’m certainly not an expert on Norse mythology/religion or ancient Christianity, for that matter; however, I’ll share what I believe to be the characteristic of each is which is most exemplified in…

• THE WASTE LAND

What allusion has Eliot made to Shakespeare’s Hamlet in the poem The Waste Land?

Eliot makes a reference to Shakespeare’s Hamlet at the end of the section called “A Game of Chess”. This part of the poem reproduces a conversation between Lil, a prematurely-aged woman with a…

• SCIENCE

How can you determine whether an equation is endothermic or exothermic?

Endothermic reactions need activation energy to proceed. Therefore, heat energy is needed for an endothermic reaction to occur. The prefix endo- means within, therefore energy must be absorbed for…

• LAW AND POLITICS

Do you believe that American citizens have the right to own a gun?

Yes, I do. I do not think that American citizens have the right to own any gun without any exceptions or rules, but I do see the right to have a gun as something that is pretty fundamental to our…

• B. YEATS: A LIFE: VOLUME I, THE APPRENTICE MAGE, 1865-1914

Is there an essay with the title “The Celtic Twilight” written by W.B. Yeats?My professor asked…

While I am unable to find an essay entitled “The Celtic Twilight” written by Yeats or one of his contemporaries, I do find an essay written by Thomas McLean of John Paul College, Rotorua, called…

• MATH

Solve for x : 1/(x^2+6x+9) + 1/(x+3) = 4/9

1/(x^2 + 6x+9) + 1/(x+3) = 4/9 Let us rewrite: x^2 + 6x + 9 = (x+3)^2 ==> 1/(x+3)^2 + 1/(x+3) = 4/9 => (1+ (x+3)/(x+3)^2 = 4/9 ==> (x+4)/(x+3)^2 = 4/9 Not cross multiply: ==> 4(x+3)^2…

• THE WINTER’S TALE

What is the importance of King Polixenes, and how much weight does his journey carry in…

This play begins with Polixenes’ visit to Leontes and Hermione, to demonstrate the history that these two men share. As the Enotes character analysis of Polixenes says so well: The two kings have…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What three things or works did Emile Durkheim do to earn a reputation within respect of field of…

Durkheim is basically one of the strongest founding fathers of Sociology. Among the many things that he has done he created the paradigm of systems functions, or functionalism which is basically…

• MATH

Given that x1*x2 = – 3 calculate t if x^2 – 2x +t = 0

Being a quadratic, the equation has 2 roots. We know, from enunciation that the product of the roots is -3. We know also, using Viete’s relations, that the product of the roots of the quadratic is…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What three things or works did Auguste Comte do to earn his reputation within his repective field?

Comte is credited for giving sociology its name, first and foremost. This being said, we can definitely award him the title of founding father of the field. He broke down sociology into three…

• MATH

What would be the value of x, y, & z in a addition of a 5 digit number as 3xyz9 with a 4…

Write the number as below while adding: 3 x y z 9 0 x y 9 z —————- 4 3 z z x. So the from the unit digit onwards we do the calculation: 9+z = x. So x value is 1 less than z….

• MATH

Find the solutions of the equation (2x+1)^2-(sqrt2x-1)(sqrt2x+1) +1=0

To find solve (2x+1)^2-(sqrt2x-1)(sqrt2x+1) +1=0 Re arrange and expand the left: (2x+1)^2 – {2x-1} +1= 0, as the middle term is in the form (a-b)(a+b) = a^2-b^2. 4x^2+4x+1 – 2x+1 +1 = 0 4x^2 +2x+2…

• MATH

Solve the equation (z+z’)/z*z’=z+i. The roots are in the complex numbers set.

To solve (z+z’)/(z*z’) = z+i We assume z = x+yi . then z’ = x-yi Substituting in the given equation we get: (x+yi+x-yi)/(x+yi)(x-yi) = (x+yi)+i 2x/(x^2 +y^2) = (x+yi)+i = x + (y+1)i. Equate the…

• MATH

Prove the inequality a^2 + b^2 + 4a – 2b + 5 >=0

a^2 + b^2 + 4a – 2b+5 >= 0 Let us rewrite: ==> a^2 +4a + b^2 – 2b >= -5 Let us add 4 to both sides: ==> a^2 + 4a + 4 + b^2 – 2b >= -1 ==> (a+2)^2 + b^2 – 2b >= -1 Now add 1 to…

• EVERYDAY USE

Ideas for an imaginary conversation between Dee in “Everyday Use” and Sammy from “A &…

In the stories “Everyday Use” and “A&P,” the two characters you mention, Dee and Sammy, are very different, so I would expect their dialogue to represent two opposite points of view, though…

• SELF-RELIANCE

Can anyone find any similarities between Thomas Paine’s “The Crisis No.1” and Ralph Waldo…

The concepts of responsibility and independent thought are ones that both the writings of Thomas Paine and Ralph Waldo Emerson embrace. In his Crisis No.1, Paine urges the Colonists to understand…

• MATH

Which is the indefinite integral of f(x)=sin5x*cos3x ?

To calculate the indefinite integral of f(x)=sin5x*cos3x, we’ll apply the formula to transform the product of trigonometric functions into a sum. We’ll use the formula: sin a * cos b =…

• A HANDFUL OF DUST

How does Evelyn Waugh portray the disintegration of the Last family in London and Hetton ?

Tony and Brenda are a married couple who have completely opposing goals and desires for their futures. But their differing desires (Tony wishing for the quiet life on their enormous country estate,…

• MATH

Calculate the indefinite integral of y = x^2/(x^2-9)?

We notice that if we’ll subtract 9 to numerator, we’ll get the same expression with the one from denominator. But if we’ve subtracted 9, we’ll have to add 9, to hold the given function. x^2/(x^2-9)…

• THE SNIPER

In “The Sniper”, how would you format the summary below into a topic sentence?I need help on how…

I would have to say that the answer to this question depends a lot on what you are actually trying to say. What is the point that you are trying to argue? It seems you have started off the wrong…

• DÉSIRÉE’S BABY

When Armand rejected Desiree, were his actions deliberate or was he ignorant of what she might…

There is not enough evidence in the story to suggest that Armand would drive his wife to suicide knowingly, but there is enough evidence to suggest that he was quite careless about what she and her…

What are the accounting policies?

A firm or a company can has to make many difference choices about the way its accounts are made and presented. For example, it may have do decide on the rate and method of calculation of…

• MATH

Calculate sin13pi/3, cos33pi/4 and sin101pi/2

We’ll calculate sin13pi/3. We notice that we can write: 13pi/3 = pi/3 + 12pi/3 pi/3 + 12pi/3 = pi/3 + 4pi But 4pi = 2*2pi. We can substitute 2pi by 0, because 2pi and 0 are overlapping. So, sin…

• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

In “The Story of an Hour” did Louise commit murder or suicide?

I really do not think that you can say that Louise Mallard did either of these things. However, if you must choose between the two, she clearly committed suicide rather than murder. In order to…

• MATH

Which is the indefinite integral of f(x)=(sinx^3 – 4)/(1-cos2x) ?

To calculate the indefinite integral of f(x), we’ll have to re-write the denominator. 1 – cos 2x = 2 (sin x)^2 We’ve get the result, by substituting cos 2x = (cos x)^2 – (sin x)^2. We’ve also…

How could a business use internet technologies to be a virtual company or an agile competitor?

See the MergerTech blog for thoughts on the IT sector, increasing business revenue, exit strategies for tech companies, etc. With regard to virtual companies, some opt for outsourcing or insourcing…

• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

In “The Story of an Hour,” the author uses some figures of speech such as metaphor, simile,…

The purpose of the text is largely to direct us to the irony of the dénouement of the story where Louise Mallard is struck down by “the joy that kills” – a joy which is interpreted by the…

• MATH

Verify if sin^3 x – cos^3 x = (sinx – cosx)(1 + sinxcosx)

To solve this problem let’s multiply (sin x – cos x) and (1 + sin x* cos x). (sin x – cos x)*(1 + sin x*cos x) = sin x + (sin x)^2 * cos x – cos x – sin x * (cos x )^2 Now (sin x)^2 + (cos x)^2 = 1…

• MATH

Prove the equality for any real x ( sinx + cosx )^2 = 1 + 2sinx*cosx

To prove what is required in this question first open the brackets and find the square of ( sin x + cos x ) ( sin x + cos x ) ^2 = (sin x )^2 + ( cos x)^2 + 2 sin x * cos x Now we have to eliminate…