Every character in the play Macbeth suspects or is suspected. Elaborate.

Every character in the play Macbeth suspects or is suspected. Elaborate.

  • A&P

How can the themes of rebellion and immaturity be used in a thesis statement for “A & P”?

One possible example of a thesis statement: In the story “A & P,” John Updike presents the growing pains of adolescence. Therefore, the main character displays the typical characteristics of…

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  • MACBETH

Every character in the play Macbeth suspects or is suspected. Elaborate.

Throughout the play, characters have their suspicions about other characters and the roles that they have played in ill acts. For example, during his conversation with the old man, Macduff reveals…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Compare Scout and Jem’s opinions of the length of the jury deliberations in To Kill a Mockingbird.

Oddly, it is Scout who is more discerning of the truth when the jury deliberates for many hours. As Scout struggles to stay awake, an “impression” creeps into her. She says, “The feeling grew…

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  • LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER

Explain black humour and dramatic irony with examples from the story “Lamb to the Slaughter”? How…

Well, the end of the story is the biggest instance of black humor when she serves the policemen the murder weapon for dinner (the leg of lamb with which, while frozen, she hit her husband over the…

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  • REFERENCE

Which of these statements about dialects is most correct?Out of the four below which one is the…

Your question is not as easy as you may think because dialect has to do with vocabularly, grammar and pronunciation. Also, there are different kinds of dialect. Some dialects are regional, and…

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  • A NORTHERN LIGHT

What is the resolution in A Northern Light?

The resolution of A Northern Light has to do with Mattie leaving her past behind to go on to fulfill her dreams. From the beginning, Mattie has been tied down by her family and their issues…

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  • A NORTHERN LIGHT

What is the climax of A Northern Light?

The climax or turning point of A Northern Light occurs when Mattie realizes that the death of one’s dreams is nearly the same as death itself. Weaver has lost all of his college money, so he…

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  • SCIENCE

How long does it take an astronaut to go to the moon?

It depends on how you plan to get there and whether you want to land or just circle and return to earth. The straight line distance from the earth to the moon is about 250,000 miles but you cannot…

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  • BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP FOR DEATH—

What is the connection between “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” and the life of Emily…

It is well known that Emily Dickinson lived the reclusive life of a spinster. Aside from the fact that she never married, she was said to have been socially quiet, shy, close to her family, and…

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  • THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND

In The Witch if Blackbird Pond, How did the character of Kit evolve and grow, especially by the…

In the beginnings of the novel Kit is young and has lived a free spirited life at a location where she had the freedom from Puritan rules. When Kit travels to America to stay with her aunt she is…

  • BEDTIME STORY

In the last verse who is ‘dear’ referring to?

In this poem, MacBeth is pretending to be telling a bedtime story to a child. This is what he was doing in this whole section of his collected works. He is pretending to tell cute bedtime…

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  • HARD TIMES

Does Dickens present Bounderby and Mrs. Sparsit critically or with ridicule in the first book of…

Aside from the description of Bounderby as an old-looking bald man who probably “talked his hair off”, we also have the ridiculous way in which he described his infancy, trying to be the epitome of…

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  • SCIENCE

A pure white, solid material that looks like table salt releases gas when heated under certain…

This is most probably a chemical change. As you have said that there is no change in the appearance, it is difficult to say that it is a physical change because that would alter the way the…

  • THE ROAD NOT TAKEN

I am finding it difficult to understand the poem “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost. Hence, I…

This poem is about choices. The road is symbolic of choice. The verbs are in the past tense, so the poet is looking back on the choice he made. The poet was walking in the woods and came to two…

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  • PERSONAL COMPUTERS IN BUSINESS

What are the latest trends and technologies of storage memory, processor, and printing?

One recent trend in the business world, due largely to the fact that hard drive memory has gotten so much smaller and less expensive that in years past, is that companies have emerged that do…

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  • MATH

Given A= [8 1], find its transpose matrix A^t. If possible, find, (i) A+A^t and (ii) A^t-A.

For the beginning, the transpose of a matrix is the matrix in which the rows become columns. So, the transpose of the row matrix A, A= [8 1], is the column matrix: 8 A = 1 We notice…

  • OTHELLO

How should I study for a 70 minute essay on Othello which could be about themes, characters, or…

Make a guide for yourself that uses the headings you list as topics. The major characters in Othello include Othello, Iago, Desdemona, Michael Cassio, and Emilia (Roderigo and Brabantio may be…

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  • HISTORY

Who do you think is the biggest traitor in the world history?Who do you think is the biggest…

I am going to say that the greatest traitor in the history of the world was Joseph Stalin. I do not know how you are defining a traitor, but I am using a dictionary definition that says a traitor…

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  • JOHN KEATS

What are the classical Greek allusions in John Keats’s “To Autumn”?

Keats wrote the poem “To Autumn” late in his poetic career, and it has been referred to as one of the most perfect poems in the English language. The poem consists of three stanzas. The first…

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  • MATH

three unbiased coins are tossed simultaneously.what is probability of getting atmost two heads?

No.of possible outcomes=8 Possible Outcomes= HHT, HHH, HTH, TTH, TTT, TTH, THT,THH Atmost two heads means maximum two heads so anything with two heads or less… therefore seven of the possible…

  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In Chapter 6, Dill asked “Cross in it tonight?” to Jem and Scout. What does he mean by this in…

When Dill says this to Jem and Scout, he is talking about the moon. Scout (as the narrator) has just mentioned that there was a very big full moon out that night. Dill asks the two siblings if…

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  • WHOSO LIST TO HUNT

How effective do you find the metaphor of the deer and the hunt in the poem? Is the metaphor…

The extended metaphor of the hunt is indeed an effective one when addressing the theme of the poem and the period in which it was written. Wyatt was an integral part of the Tudor court, and as such…

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  • BUSINESS

Which is the best Paid site for Document Conversion with Low price rate?

Just try http://www.converttoword.com This is a safe and secure site…. they keep your data confidential…. no need to worry………

  • BUSINESS

What is a specific scenario for which you might have to create a long formal report, analyzing…

Any number of situations in the business world might require a long, formal report to be prepared and presented. Most larger companies (and many small ones too) compile what is referred to as an…

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  • HISTORY

Why did immigrant people speak English at home to their children in the 18th & 19th…

Well, at the beginning of the 18th century (1700) there were very few people in what is now the United States, and they were concentrated on the eastern seaboard between the Atlantic Ocean and the…

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  • BEOWULF

What is the difference between a good warrior and a good king in Beowulf?

In the time in which Beowulf was first told (it had been handed down in the oral tradition long before it was ever written down), survival was something the men and women of the day dealt with…

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  • THE DESTRUCTORS

What is the character of Old Misery in “The Destructors”? I need some quotes to support it.

The first thing you need to do is make sure you read the story carefully and pay particular attention to all the parts which include Old Misery. Old Misery is a very interesting character in the…

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  • MATH

what is the distributive property of -3(6-p)?what is the distributive property of -3(6-p)?

Distributive property applied to the expression -3(6-p) means that because we are multilplying the quantity -3 by everything in the parenthesis, we can multiply them separately. To do this, first…

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  • BUSINESS

Define ethics and explain what ethical communication encompasses.

Ethics is a system of moral principles. Which means that you try to do what is correct. Ethical communication encompasses being honest in all communications, keeping confidential information…

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  • BUSINESS

What is an emerging sector in Indian economy?

It might be a bit counter intuitive, but within the past year, the Wall Street Journal has argued that investing into initiatives to help those who are economically marginalized might be a new…

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  • SCIENCE

What causes a woman to become pregnant in her tubes?

Normally, a fertilized egg travels through the Fallopian tube to the uterus where it implants in the uterine lining, develops and grows into the fetus. However, in approximately 2% of cases, an…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Should American freedoms be sacrificed in the interest of National Security?Should American…

I do not think that this is a question that really lends itself to a yes or no answer. It really is something where the better question is how much should American freedoms be sacrificed….

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  • LITERATURE

Book Ideas for Grade 9 and Grade 10 studentsI have just started doing some private tutoring with…

I think it would depend on a few different things, such as their reading level, their interests, and any particular “unit” you’d want to focus on. A few standby classics that students usually love…

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  • A SEPARATE PEACE

Explain the Finny’s realization on the night of the second accident in A Separate Peace.

Because Phineas becomes upset as Brinker cross-examines Leper about the night in which Gene and Finny are in the tree, he gets up and declares, “I don’t care….” Gene rushes to him, but Phineas…

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  • MATH

Determine the quadratic equation, whose roots are -7 and 7?Determine the quadratic equation,…

You need to remember the factored form of a quadratic equation such that: Since the problem provides the roots and yields: Hence, evaluating the quadratic equation under the given…

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  • MACBETH

Just after Macduff hears his family has been murdered in Macbeth he says, “And I must be from…

After Rosse brings word that Macduff’s entire family has been killed, Macduff is upset because he was away when they all went through such a tragedy. He says, “And I must be from thence!” as a way…

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  • THE MAGICIAN’S NEPHEW

I have to provide two examples of both personification and metaphors for a writing assignment for…

METAPHOR – in chapter 1, Digory tells Polly he is crying because he has been “brought up in a beastly hole like this” – he is referring to London. PERSONIFICATION – in chapter 1, Digory tells Polly…

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  • A&P

What is the climax of the story “A&P” by John Updike.

The climax of the story is when the protagonist gets quite upset at his A&P manager for his treatment of Queenie and the rest of the bathing suit girls and quits his job in front of everyone….

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  • THE DARLING

What is the most important element of fiction in “The Darling”?

The most important element of fiction in Anton Chekov’s “The Darling” is characterization. While as a character sketch, “The Darling” has strong elements of parodic humor in it that point to more…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

Identify each of the conflicting forces and explain how this conflict within the character shows…

I think two characters have the most inner struggles – Walton, the ship captain who is on a voyage of discovery that endangers his men, and of course Frankenstein. Frankenstein, however, has the…

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  • MATH

How do you prove that the null set is a subset of all sets?No.

The null set is an empty set, and includes nothing within the brackets. Every set that has at least one element, has a subset that is lacking any elements, also known as the null set. Let’s look…

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  • BUSINESS

Why should communicators take an audience-centered approach to communication?

One of the key elements of any rhetorical situation (whether it be communication through writing or speaking) is the audience. After all, what would one actually communicate if he simply spouted…

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  • RELIGION

How does man come to know God, and what are the difficulties?taken from the Catechism of the…

Catholics believe that the desire to know God is written in the human heart, because man is created by God and for God; and God never ceases to draw man to himself. Only in God will he find the…

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  • A WORN PATH

In the story “A Worn Path,” what is it about Phoenix’s characterization that makes her such an…

Consider the mythology of the Phoenix bird. The Phoenix dies, consumes itself in fire, and then rises again from its own ashes to soar again. The grandmother in the story, Phoenix, is a…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What does the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) Program tells us about drug use among juveniles?

Basically the ADAM program gets data from drug abuse programs, and institutions that serve juveniles with drug and alcohol problems to sort of classify and record patterns in juvenile behavior that…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is Lemerts labeling theory of delinquency?

In gist, the theory states that there are two types of crime committed by juveniles: One is the Primary deviance, which is basically a crime that the youth commits that does not affect anyone…

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  • HISTORY

Why did Powhatan spare Smith’s life?The Age Of Reason era.

This is a question that is still being debated by many experts. One of the beliefs is that Chief Powhatan spared John Smith’s life because he hoped to form an alliance with the settlers in…

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  • ROMANTICISM

Compare and contrast the tone and use of nature imagery used by Shelley and Keats.Compare and…

When examining the role of nature in both poems, I see the speaker in each attempting to replicate the natural state of perfection found in one realm into another. Shelley wishes to find artistic…

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  • THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF

Why does Sam ask Bill if there is heart disease in his family in the story “The Ransom of Red…

The brief answer is that Sam does not want Bill to have a heart attack (or at least he is acting as if he is worried that Bill will have a heart attack). So he asks Bill if anyone in his family…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is Matza’s Techniques of Neutralization?

According to Matza neutralization is a technique used by people to justify a criminal act that they have committed. The ways used by people to do this can be generalized into one of the following:…

 


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