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  • JULIUS CAESAR

What is the significance of the line ” ‘Et tu, Brute?’ then fall Caesar” said by Caesar at the…

Caesar’s last words have significance in a couple of different ways. 1. Caesar is not surprised by Cassius’s part in his assassination. Cassius had sided with Caesar’s enemy Pompey and held a…

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  • REFERENCE

How do I pay my bill online?

Usually, there are two different ways that you can do this. One is to go to the website of your bank or credit card–whichever place you want to pay the bill from. Somewhere at that site, there…

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  • ESSAY LAB

What are some good topic sentences when it comes to the issue of homelessness?this is for an…

First of all, what you need to do is do some research on your own regarding homelessness and its causes. Ask yourself some questions that you will attempt to answer in your paper. Who are the…

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  • DO NOT GO GENTLE INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT

Can you please explain the second stanza of the poem “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night” by…

In this poem, Dylan Thomas is at the deathbed of his father, and is pleading with him to die with honor and pride, fighting until the very end. He doesn’t want his father to just give up and turn…

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  • LITERATURE

Do you think that a stereotyped depiction of a minority in literature written by a member of that…

Actually, I don’t think stereotyped depictions in literature have any value, positive or negative, regardless of who wrote them. A stereotype by definition is a generalization about people that…

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  • LITERATURE

I stand here ironingDoes anyone know how to write a formal outline?

You may wish to go to the Document Exchange which has some models of formal outlines. Here is the general site: http://www.enotes.com/documents. Also here is the address of “How to write an…

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  • WILLIAM BLAKE

How does Blake show the “constrasting states of the human soul” in “The Lamb” and “The Tyger” ?

Blake’s complex poetry, with its frequent emphasis upon spirituality, imagination, and mysticism, is subject to much analysis and interpretation. As companion pieces, “The Lamb” and “The Tyger”…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Vengeance can become a dominant force in times of conflict. How is this seen in The Crucible?

The characters in The Crucible are motivated by different forces. Only one, however, is motivated by cold vengeance, and that is Abigail Williams. Having no home of her own, Abigail lived with her…

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  • A DOLL’S HOUSE

Evaluate the impact of Krogstad, Mrs Linde and Dr Rank on the development of Nora’s understanding…

Krogstand opened the doors to the real world to Nora. All this time she had been a “doll to be played with” and her naivete about the world was such that when she realized that this man was…

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  • GUY DE MAUPASSANT

Who are the characters in the story “Moonlight” by Guy de Maupassant?

There are four characters in the story, but two of them are developed only in exposition. The primary characters are two French sisters, Julie Roubere and her older sister, Henriette Letore….

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

What are the scenes where you can see obviously Jack’s characterization/features?

In chapter 1, when we first meet Jack, we can see that he likes to be in charge and he likes to exert his authority as he makes the choir boys wear their long, dark robes and hats and march to the…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What are the scenes where you can see obviously Mildred’s characterization/features?

The scene in which Montag comes home to find his wife, Mildred, had overdosed on her sleeping pills shows us something of Mildred. She must not be a happy person to have taken so many sleeping…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What are the scenes where you can see obviously Beatty’s characterization/features?

One of the scenes that tells us most about Beatty is when he comes to Montag’s house the day Montag decides to stay home from work after the old woman willingly burned up with her books. Beatty…

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  • I STAND HERE IRONING

How would write an formal outline of “I Stand Here Ironing”?

Since the story concerns two main characters, Emily and her mother, your formal outline could have two main sections: I. Emily’s mother II. Emily Under each section, consider the general…

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  • HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS

Why is it that Hemingway’s literary situations are more dramatic than his talk, as in “Hills Like…

Anyone reading a Hemingway short story must be willing to work because most of the story will be found lying below the surface details. As a realist, Hemingway created characters, placed them in…

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  • HAMLET

How and who are involved in the theme of friendship in the play “Hamlet”?

in “Hamlet,” the betrayal/revenge theme is furthered with the characters of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, who are former friends from Hamlet’s youth sent for by Claudius and Hamlet’s mother to…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

What does the audience know about the relationship between John and Elizabeth Proctor from the…

John and Elizabeth Proctor are not only physically distant from one another, but they are also emotionally distant. At the beginning of Act 2, John enters the house and is seen on stage by…

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  • THE WAY TO RAINY MOUNTAIN

In “The Way to Rainy Mountain,” how was Momaday’s trip symbolic?

When Momaday’s grandmother died, he wanted to do two things: to visit her grave and to see for himself the plains over which his Kiowa ancestors had once journeyed. It is this trip, his going home,…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In “To Kill a Mockingbird,” what does the blanket in Chapter 8 (the one Boo puts around Scout)…

Before this point in the story, Boo was known to all of the town, and the neighborhood children, as the “malevolent phantom,” a bad character who was responsible for spying in people’s windows,…

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  • IMAGINATION

Is there any scientific process behind imagination?

Imagination is the process by which the mind creates images, possible outcomes, and other thoughts that have not been directly observed or experienced in reality. Imagination is key in most…

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  • BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA

In Chapter 9 of Bridge to Terabithia, what are three things that Jess fears?Explain why he faces…

Many things frighten Jess about going to Terabithia in the unrelenting rain. The creek which he and Leslie are used to crossing by swinging on an old rope tied to an apple tree is “a roaring…

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  • LITERATURE

Best BiographiesWhat do you think are the characteristics of the best biographies?

I like the ones which capture their topic in candid and real situations…not so scripted like what you see on TV. Real life isn’t like that, and I want to see into the life of the person about…

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  • NATIVE SON

In “Native Son”, Bigger’s dream is to fly planes. Is Wright using this dream in a symbolic way?…

Good question. The act of flying has been used for centuries as a symbol for freedom. Since humans cannot fly under their own power, the symbolism of flight is associated with superheros, angelic…

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  • THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE

Do you agree with his understanding why or why not?when Jekyll interpret his relationship to Hyde.

Jekyl has to analyze the transformation from the perspective of a scientist whose project was aimed to separate the duality of man’s character. Yet, he only succeeded in accentuate them and bring…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is an important decision you had to make before that affected or could affected you whole…

In 1993 I had to attend a very important celebration for whichI was not sure I wanted to go. I used every excuse in my book not to attend. Right when I was ready to call my excuse, I was told that…

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  • SCIENCE

What killed the Dinosaurs?

While there have been many theories on what caused the extinction of the dinosaurs–excessive size, the greenhouse effect, egg predation, non-viable eggs, replacement by mammals, disease, etc….

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  • THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE

How does Henry react during his first battle in Red Badge of Courage, and what is the outcome of…

Henry had long feared how he would behave under battle conditions. He had wanted to act bravely and heroically, but was afraid that when the time came, he might shame himself by running away. As…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

Provide examples from The Odyssey to support why you think Odysseus is or is not a great hero.

I have never thought of Odysseus as a hero in the modern sense. He is nothing like what modern (late 20th and early 21st century which is, it can be argued, postmodern) sensibilities require in a…

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  • LITERATURE

Think of a place or a time in your life when someone attempted to convince you of something.What…

There are many ways to persuade someone to think the same way you think, or do something you want them to do. One way to persuade is to appeal to the reader’s sense of logic. To get someone to see…

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  • LITERATURE

Why do people like poetry? How is the enjoyment of poetry unlike the enjoyment of prose? How are…

Poetry and prose are alike in that they are both forms of written communication between writer and reader; both are intended to accomplish a writer’s purpose (or sometimes several purposes), and…

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  • THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES

How would you describe Zach and Lily’s relationship? Put into context comparing it to then and…

Because Zach is African-American and Lilly is Caucasian, their “friendship” and eventually their love is taboo because of the time period. Keep in mind that this novel is set in the deep south, so…

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  • LITERATURE

What is an important decision that you or someone you know had to make?Something that might have…

I take it this is an essay prompt. The answer to this is going to be different for each person. These types of essay prompts can be difficult because it is personal, and most often, people do not…

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  • SOCRATES

How did Socrates defend himself against the accusation of impiety?

The Apology of Socrates by Plato recounts how Socrates defended himself from the accusation of impiety, or asebeia. Socrates was accused of not worshipping the gods of the city and instead…

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  • HISTORY

How did the lure of trade and exploration influence societies in Africa, the Americas, Asia, and…

Quite simply, the lure of trade and exploration for European societies was wealth and power. The three great European nations of England, France, and Spain built empires as they conquered Africa,…

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  • THOMAS PAINE

How does this work exemplify what is American? We may as well assert that because a child has…

This passage represents the independent spirit and individualistic thinking that was American in the Colonial days of this country. Like many others in his time, Thomas Paine came to America to…

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  • LITERATURE

I am an English teacher looking for suggestions for poetry to teach for the Scottish Higher exam…

I’ve never heard of the Scottish HIgher exam…how intereesting. Based on the type of question you expect to be on the exam, I will offer the following poems as suggestions: Robert Burns’…

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  • THE WAY TO RAINY MOUNTAIN

In “The Way to Rainy Mountain,” what significance does Momaday’s grandmother have for him, and…

Momaday’s grandmother is a very significant presence in his personal narrative, even though she has died. It is her death that brings him home again, prompting the story itself. His memories of her…

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  • GUIDE TO LITERARY TERMS

What is the difference between the terms “a metaphor for” and “a symbol of”? Is it repetition…

I concur. A metaphor, as you know, is an unstated comparison between two unlike things or ideas. While image, metaphor, and symbol sometimes shade into each other and are sometimes difficult to…

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  • HISTORY

Why were families so much bigger during the Tudor period compared to today?I want to explain why…

First of all, there was no “Pill.” Without artificial birth control, families could not as easily control the number of their children. Secondly, since many children died at birth or during…

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  • A LESSON BEFORE DYING

What is Miss Emma’s pain and primary concern regarding the use of the word “hog” in A Lesson…

In trying to save him from being executed, his defense lawyer argues that Jefferson has no more sense nor intelligence than an animal – specifically a hog. Miss Emma is deeply hurt by this…

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  • YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN

Why does Goodman Brown say, “Of all nights in the year, this one night must I tarry away from…

he means that he needs to be away from Faith, his wife, this night. ‘of all nights in the year’ means perhaps that he is home most other nights and that tonight is significant because he has…

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  • THE FRIENDS

Who is the main antagonist in Rosa Guy’s novel, The Friends?

As the narrator and protagonist of Rosa Guy’s novel, The Friends, Phyllisia Cathy finds life in New York City’s Harlem neighborhoods quite different from her life in the West Indies. Though…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

This story is told by “we”; who do you imagine this narrator or narrators to be?young or old?…

In “A Rose for Emily” there are narrators from Emily’s town who are older since they are familiar with the past history of her family and the town. In the introduction, for instance, the narrators…

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  • LITERATURE

How did the Queen fool her husband in “The Lute Player”? Should she have fooled him, and should…

When the King was captured in battle, he sent word to his Queen to sell all they owned and use the money to pay a ransom for his freedom. Realizing there was no safe way for her to do that, she…

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  • YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN

How do imagination and reality interact in “Young Goodman Brown”?I want it in a type of…

In one of Dean Kootz’s novels, a character declares that “perception is reality” and in the case of the character Young Goodman Brown this is certainly true. A proud, sanctimonious character, who…

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  • THE RAVEN

How does Edgar Allan Poe create the mood of melancholy in this excerpt of his poem, “The Raven”?…

First of all, the words themselves give the poem’s lines the melancholy mood. Poe was a master of chosing words that created mood. In this poem, words such as “darkness”, “fearing”, “doubting”,…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the difference between 14 karat and 24 karat gold?

Gold is never 100% pure gold. The karat, then, is a measure of how much of it is truly gold, by weight. This is measured in parts of 24. A 16-karat gold ring refers to the fact that 16/24 parts…

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  • LITERATURE

Why do we need to write an abstraction in our research report?Thanks for quick registration

If you are required to write an abstract in your research report, it is probably to focus your writing and your reporting. The abstract is summation of what the paper intends to do and an…

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  • LITERATURE

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time by Mark HaddonThis book allows you to get into…

It’s been awhile since I’ve read this. It was actually given to me by a parent of autistic twins. I taught one of her sons sophomore year, & the other was in my AP Language class his junior…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Writing a research report and an abstract is not apart from doing research. Why?My teacher has…

There are several reasons for writing an abstract: Reestablish the topic of the research Give the research problem and/or the main objectives of the research Indicate the methods used to obtain…

 


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