Boxer exemplifies Orwell’s idea that simple creatures work harder and harder for causes they…

Boxer exemplifies Orwell’s idea that simple creatures work harder and harder for causes they…

  • ANIMAL FARM

Boxer exemplifies Orwell’s idea that simple creatures work harder and harder for causes they…

Boxer is by far the most sympathetic character in this book. He is totally devoted to the cause of the Revolution and of Animalism. He keeps working hard until he dies. Boxer is working for…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

With what ideas and with which characters is Orwell most in sympathy? How does he show his…

I think that Orwell is most in sympathy with two of the major characters. They are Snowball and Boxer. He seems to think that the two of them are honest and are devoted to the ideals of Animalism…

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  • REFERENCE

Can anyone tell me what time i can watch the FIFA World Cup 2010 on CBC?plz i need to…

The FIFA World Cup for 2010 is almost here! It will be starting in just under two weeks. The first game this time around will feature Mexico playing against South Africa, which is the host…

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  • THE BROKEN ESTATE

On page xiv of the introduction,James Wood blames the novel for “killing Jesus’ divinity.” What…

There is an excellent overview of James Wood and his criticism here on eNotes at the link below. You will see that Wood believes that science AND literature have affected religious beliefs. In this…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Summary of Josef Joffe’s “The Default Power.”

Joffe says that every ten years or so, people predict that America is in decline. He says it has been going on since Sputnik in the 1950s. We are in another such period right now. But he says…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Why were Romeo and Juliet too young to understand what true love really is?

Of course, this is just an opinion. You cannot say for sure that they really were too young. After all, it is pretty hard to define what exactly true love is. It is also hard to say when,…

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  • HISTORY

A Slaves’s Life.Write an account of a slave’s life who was taken from Africa to America. Please…

We cannot write this for you, but we can give you ideas to help you do it for yourself. First, I would talk about the fears that you would feel when first being taken and put on the ship. Surely…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

I need a summary of Fareed Zakaria’s “The Rise of the Rest.”

What Zakaria is saying in this essay is that we are wrong when we worry about the United States falling behind in the competition for power (economic, social and political). He says that we are…

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  • JOHNNY TREMAIN

What evidence can you find that suggests that Johnny isn’t completely over his arrogant…

By Chapter 3, Johnny has already had his accident and his hand is useless. So now he is going to have to find some way to make a living. But he has not quite gtten over being arrogant. To me, the…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

How has Orwell used the animal fable to present his view of human nature? Back up any…

I think that Orwell does not have just one view of human nature. I think that he believes that people in different positions will have different natures. For example, he seems to think that power…

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  • BUSINESS

Explain job enrichment , job description , job enlargement and job design.

Job design is the activity of determining the nature of jobs to be performed by individual employees in an organization. The job design involves multiple considerations including the nature of the…

  • SCIENCE

CHEMISTRY PLEASE HELP OUT!!!! Copper metal reacts with nitric acid. 500g of copper…

The equation is balanced so it tells us that for every 3 units of copper it needs 8 units of nitric acid. This is true if the units are moles. We need to figure out how many moles of copper and…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What is an example (quote preferably) in the novel that shows both co-existence of good and evil…

There are many examples in To Kill a Mockingbird of the three things you mentioned–good, evil, and social injustice. Most of the actions of Bob Ewell are of an evil nature; Atticus, in particular,…

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  • SCIENCE

CHEMSTRY HELP!!! PLEASE HELP OUT!! I HAVE NO CLUE FOR THIS QUESTION!!!…

As an environmental engineer what is your first task? To clean up the spill with minimal impact on the environment. What are your options? 1. contain the spill; 2. neutralize the chemical so that…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Why was Scout suspected to have taken some of the Barbers’ belongings in Chapter 27?”i deny…

I do not think that anyone has said that Scout did participate in the mischief that was done to the Barbers’ home. I do not see anything in the text that implies that someone accused her. I think…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

What does George think will happen to Lennie at first? What punishment does Candy say Curley will…

I assume that you are talking about what happens in Chapter 5 after George has been shown the body of Curley’s wife. Lennie has killed her and George and Candy are talking about what will happen…

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  • ANIMAL FARM
  1. Find examples of humor in Animal Farm. Explain what purpose humor served in the novel. How…

Since the whole idea of animals taking over a farm from humans, winning military victories against humans, and then undergoing human characteristics is rather absurd to begin with, a bit of humor…

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

What are some differences between “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” and The…

One huge difference is in the narrator. In “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County,” we have a first-person narrator, but it is really a 2nd-hand 1st-person narrator, one or two people…

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  • HISTORY

What was Andrew Jackson’s war with the second Bank of the United States?

This was an incident that started in 1829. Basically, what was going on is that Andrew Jackson did not trust the Bank of the United States. He did not trust banks in general, and especially not…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

What is the significance of the boys’ rescue by a British warship?

The naval officer’s appearance at the end of the novel to save Ralph seems to be a contrived ending. Ralph’s death is certain. He is being smoked out of the woods into the waiting spears of the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the negative effects of television?i need maximum 200 words or anything. its an essay…

There are many negative effects of television, especially in regards to children. First of all, children who spend a great deal of time watching television get less exercise. Obesity is a problem…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How do you write an essay on the novel with the topic: Describe human nature. What are some…

Bob Ewell might be a good character to discuss concerning human nature in To Kill a Mockingbird. Unlike some of the other characters whose appearances are deceptive (Boo, Dolphus Raymond), Bob…

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  • WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS

Is it possible to produce a study guide for “The Apparitions” by William Butler Yeats? It would…

I’m happy to offer my own insight into the poem, but I wasn’t able to find a study guide about the whole poem. The speaker of the poem is an old man who has obviously retired and has time on his…

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  • REFERENCE

Does the climate of a country influence national character?Does the climate of a country…

In my opinion, it does not. I think that climate only gives people outside the country a reason to stereotype the people of the country. In other words, for example, people in the West have had a…

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  • MATH

Evaluate the limit of function (7x^2+5x)/(8x^3+6x), x–>infinity.

To evaluate the limit first we will divide by the highest power of the function which is x^3. ==> lim (7x^2+5x)/(8x^3+6x) = lim x^3(7/x+5/x^2)/limx^3(8+6/x^2) ==> lim (7/x +5/x^2)/ lim…

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  • MATH

Calculate the limit of the ratio (2x^3+2)/(x^2+5), x->+infinity.

lim (2x^3+2)/(x^2+5) when x–> inf. First we will divide by the highest power which is x^3. ==> lim(2x^3+2)/(x^2+5) = lim x^3(2+2/x^3)/lim x^3(1/x+5/x^3) = lim (2+2/x^3)/ lim (1/x +5/x^3) =…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Do the subcultural theories propose a self-perpetuating subculture, or a reaction to immediate…

It is unfortunate, but the subcultural theories of juvenile criminal behavior do possess some undertones of inevitability that automatically dismiss a specific group as “not fixable” and do propose…

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  • MATH

Which is the sum of the cubes of the roots of equation x^2+ax-4=0?

f(x)= x^2+ax-4 Assume that the roots are x1 and x2 then: x1^2+ax1-4=0 ….(1) x2^2+ax2-4=0 ….(2) add (1) and (2) ==> x1^2+x2^2+ax1+ax2-8=0 ==> x1^2+x2^2= 8-a(x1+x2) but (x1+x2)= -a ==>…

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  • YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN

Would you please criticize “Young Goodman Brown” by Nathaniel Hawthorne from the New Critical…

New Criticism is a formalist literary criticism in which critics approach the work of literature as a stand alone work, as if it were self-contained. The reader’s response, author’s intention, or…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Could the phenomenon of de individuation instead of lowering inhibitions actually infuse extra…

Your question accurately mentions that de-individuation tends to de-activate or lower one’s usual inhibitions due to the safety one feels as a member of a group. This is evident in people who…

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  • A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS

How do Mariam and Laila persevere throughout the book?

In the book A Thousand Splendid Suns Mariam had believed through-out her childhood that her father would be a good man who wanted her to live with him. She thought that her mother was just keeping…

  • MATH

Evaluate limit x^2*y^3 – x^3*y^2 + 3x + 2y (x,y)–>(1,2)

limit x^2*y^3-x^3*y^2+3x+2y where (x,y)–>(1,2) Since the function is polynomial, then it is continuous. Then we find the limit by simply substituting with (1,2) ==> lim (1)(8) -…

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  • TEARS, IDLE TEARS

In da short story tears,idle tears by elizabeth bowen,Describe Mrs.Dickinsons relationship wit…

This question is extremely unfortunate. Or maybe it’s just your spelling and grammar.

  • MATH

If f(x,y)=sin[x/(1+y)], calculate df/dx and df/dy.

f(x,y)= sin[x/(1+y)] 1. df/dx means we differentiate the function with respect to x while y is constant then df/dx = [1/(1+y)]*cos(x/(1+y). 2. Now for df/dy we differentiate with respect to y while…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What is a good quote that shows that Atticus needs his kids?It is for an essay that also requires…

In my book, this quote is on page 89: “Uncle Jack, please promise me somethin‘, please sir. Promise you won’t tell Atticus about this. He—he asked me one time not to let anything I heard…

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

Explain some similarities between the “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” and The…

Both of these stories highlight one of Mark Twain’s greatest talents, which is the use of dialect. Dialect is when an author writes down the way people speak in exactness, complete with accents,…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

Please demonstrate how Julius Caesar is a tragic hero.William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Although Julius Caesar does have some characteristics of a tragic hero, Brutus, not Caesar, is the tragic hero in Shakespeare’s play. According to Aristotle, a tragic hero is a person of noble…

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  • THE GLASS CASTLE

What symbols are in The Glass Castle? Are they archetypal images?

The symbols in The Glass Castle are: the glass castle – her Dad planned to use his knowledge in science and math to design a building made of glass, the roof of which would have solar cells that…

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  • ARTS

philosophyWhat do you think about the existance of God?

I hope, but I do not know. It makes no sense to me that the universe could just exist by random chance. So that tends to make me assume that there must be a god. But the whole concept of a being…

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  • HAMLET

Why is Fortinbras’s presence important?Hamlet (act 5)

Fortinbras’ appearance in Act 5 is at best ambiguous. He is, of course, Hamlet’s foil. He was ready to act quickly to recover the lands his father lost to Denmark. But Claudius negotiates a deal…

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  • HAMLET

Who is alive at the end of the play, and how do the others meet their ends?Hamlet, Act 5

The only people left standing in the court are really Horatio and a bunch of folks without names. Claudius is killed by Hamlet, as is Laertes. Hamlet is killed by Claudius through Laertes’…

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  • HAMLET

When Gertrude drinks from the cup, Claudius asks her not to drink and she refuses (Hamlet, Act…

To my knowledge she has not openly refused him and how could she, she is the queen but he is the king and her husband, and in their culture she was not going to be standing up to him regularly. The…

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  • HAMLET

What is the outcome of the fight scene at the end of Act Five?

The outcome of the fight that pretty much ends the play is that everyone dies. Or at least Hamlet, Laertes, Gertrude, and Claudius all end up dead. Gertrude is the first to die. She drinks from…

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  • BUSINESS

HOW CAN WE MAKE WORKING MODEL OF STATISTICS AND PROBABILITYTHERE SHOULD BE SYSTEM…

Yes it could be done. The 10th grade statistics, which involves so many things like mean, median, or any other measure of parmeters which represents the population or sample could be made more…

  • HAMLET

Does Hamlet realize that he might not come out of this fight alive? See V.ii.225-238.Act 5, Scene…

Yes. At this point in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark, inspired by Fortinbras, his foil, with whom he converses. Hamlet has finally decided that he must act with courage as the Prince…

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  • HAMLET

Who is Osric, and why is he included in the play Hamlet in Act 5?

Osric is a courtier in the Danish court and in Act 5, sc. 2, he is the one who comes to Hamlet with the challenge, put forth by Laertes, to a fencing match. Osric is shown to be a sycophant as he…

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  • HAMLET

Where do Hamlet and Laertes fight in V.ii?Act 5, Scene 2

So when you ask where they fight, do you mean where in the scene (as in what line) or do you mean where they physically are? As for the physical setting, they are in the castle at Elsinore. They…

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  • POETRY

What impact of the First World War do you find on the early poetry of the Twentieth…

Like any castastrophic event that affects many parts of the world, World War I was bound to be a subject of deep emotion for writers and poets. Several writers whose verse were affected included…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

What is the cause of conflict between Oliver and Orlando?

In this play, Oliver and Orlando are sons of the late Sir Rowland de Boys. Oliver is the oldest son and Orlando is the youngest. There is one other son that we know of. In those days in Europe,…

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  • GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

How far is it true to say that Swift is a misanthrope? Discuss with reference to Gulliver’s…

It is much simpler to dismiss Swift as a misanthrope if one is not willing to analyze the deeper message Swift tries to bring out of his lines. In Gullliver travels, each world that Gulliver meets…

 


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