How the White Witch treats Lucy and the beavers?

How the White Witch treats Lucy and the beavers?

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Discuss the growth and development of tourism in India.I want in details of how there has been a…

Indeed, I think that you have hit on a question that is quite topical. The growth and emergence of tourism in India is something that is growing in fairly strong leaps and bounds. The facts might…

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  • THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE

How the White Witch treats Lucy and the beavers?

As the beavers make it clear from their entrance into the story, she treats them terribly. Though she appears to treat Lucy better, it is only because she wishes to manipulate her because she…

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  • BEOWULF

What are some examples of Beowulf being fearless during his battle with Grendel, Grendel’s…

The fact that Beowulf is fighting any of these foes is a testament to his fearlessness. He chose to go defend Hrothgar against Grendel; because of that, he had to fight Grendel’s mother; because…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the role of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) in urine formation?

ADH or antidiuretic hormone is produced in the hypothalamus and secreted from the neurohypophysis (posterior pituitary gland). ADH increases the reabsorption of water from the urine in the renal…

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  • THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE

What is Tilda Swinton’s real character in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe?

I am not sure I understand your question, but Tilda Swinton played the White Witch, the Queen of Narnia, in the movie version of C. S. Lewis’ novel, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. She is the…

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  • MACBETH

What are Banquo’s and Macbeth’s reactions to what the witches have told them?From Act 1, Scene…

The first one to speak after the witches make their predictions to Macbeth is Banquo who asks, essentially, “What about me?!” They gave his friend such great news, he doesn’t want to miss out on…

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  • JONATHAN SWIFT

What does Gulliver’s Travels say happiness is?What does Gulliver’s travels, an essay on man, and…

I’ve read and enjoyed the book and I don’t know that Swift actually comes out and tells people what happiness is. In his rather biting commentary on human nature, he certainly points out quite…

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  • BUSINESS

Managements of most organizations are of the view that the type of punishment should focus on…

The challenge I see in this statement is the idea of “most.” It is difficult to speak in a position of “most” companies because of the vast number and the different philosophies present in each….

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  • FAUST

Faust’s sin was that he sought “with ecstasy, / To rank itself with us, the spirits, heaved.”…

This is a very interesting question because Goethe does not really paint Faust in Faust Part I as a sinner the way Marlowe paints Faustus as a sinner: Faustus intentionally conjures…

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  • SCIENCE

What is ensemble forecasting?

Meteorologist agree that the atmosphere is chaotic, some call this the Chaos Theory. Lorenz of M.I.T. called this the “butterfly” effect. Similar atmospheric conditions can and often result in two…

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  • SCIENCE

What is gastroentorology?

Gastroenterology is the study of the gastrointestinal system. This includes all the organs of the gastrointestinal tract. The GI tract begins at the mouth and ends at the anus. Essentially, the GI…

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  • MATH

Algebra (equations and formulae)The larger of two numbers is four…

Let the two numbers be ‘x’ & ‘y’ Now, as per the question y = 4x …………(1) Also, x+y = 85……(2) Using the value of y from (1) in (2) we get x + 4x = 85 or, 5x = 85 or, x = 17 Thus, y…

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  • TEACHER TIPS

AP Literature and Composition AdviceThis will be my first year teaching AP Lit & Comp. I am…

I would get them writing straight out of the gate, so they get in the habit of writing a lot. Even if it’s a short opinion piece, it sets the tone for them, and gives you an idea of what their…

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  • THE ROAD NOT TAKEN

What do Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” and Rudyard Kipling’s “If” have in common in terms of…

These two poems have a couple things in common when it comes to poetic elements. First, structurally, these poems are similar. Neither is written in free verse. Both are made up of four stanzas…

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  • SCIENCE

What is a good treatment for a sprained ankle?

A sprained ankle is a soft tissue injury. These injuries respond best to the following treatment: R- rest… the affected extremity, the body needs time to recover. If you have been provided…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

When people encounter conflict they are often forced to confront their fears. i need some…

In my mind, I think that conflict can arise from some type of desire to avoid a particular situation. The rationale for avoidance could very well be fear. For example, if two people are married…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What Is it the role of Human Services professional? Is it the role of Human Services…

The question you pose asks for personal opinion, and probably will be moved to the discussion board, but because it is opinion, you should carefully consider what you believe about this subject….

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  • OLIVER TWIST

What does it mean on Fagin’s line during his execution “Press on! Press on! Press on!” What are…

“Press on” is an attempt for Fagin to maintain control. There is nothing Fagin can do to stop the execution. All he can do is go along with it, and in this case that means posturing and…

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  • RHINOCEROS

What are some values raised in the play Rhinoceros and how are these values developed?

I must say that the question is a touch on the vague side. What is exactly meant by ‘values’? If it refers to morality in any way, well it is very difficult to read this play or any of Ionesco’s…

  • THE STORY OF AN HOUR

What does Louise’s body language tell you about her feelings, emotions and actions?

Louise’s body language is particularly indicative of the range of emotions she experiences in the story. At the news of her husband’s death, Louise – wept at once, with sudden, wild…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

Why is the fact that neither Jordan nor Nick believe that Gatsby went to Oxford stressed?Before…

Concerning The Great Gatsby, I’m not sure I would say that the disbelief you refer to is “stressed.” It’s mentioned, but I don’t really think it’s stressed. The short answer, though, is that it…

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  • MATH

verify stoker’s theorem for a hemisphere S define as x^2+y^2+z^2=9 (z>=0)where a vector filed…

Prove ∫∫(S)(∇xF)dS = ∫BFdr Let u be bounded by [0,pi/2]Let v be bounded by [0, 2pi]Let t be bounded by [0,2pi]r(u,v) = (3sin(u)cos(v), 3sin(u)sin(v), 3cos(v))(dr/du)(dr/dv) =…

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

Describe Robert’s fight for Brett.

Mike Campbell narrates the story of the bullfighter, Pedro Romero, and the beating he took by Robert Cohn in Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises. According to Campbell, who was told the story by…

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  • MATH

Find the perimeter & area of triangle ABC, whose vertices are A(-4,-2), B(8,-2) & C(2,6)….

A(-4,-2) B(8,-2) C(2,6) let us calculate the length of the sides: AB = sqrt[(8–4)^2 + (-2–2)^2]= sqrt(12^2)= 12 AC= sqrt[(2–4)^2 + (6–2)^2]= sqrt(100) = 10 BC= sqrt[(2-8)^2 + (6–2)^2]=…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

What does Homer Barron represent? How importent is it that he is a Yankee? From “A Rose for…

In “A Rose for Emily,” Homer is a Northerner, as opposed to a Southerner, and it is very important that he is a Yankee. The story presents a South that is still recovering and changing following…

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  • MATH

The coordinates of the end-points of a line segment PQ are P(3,7) & Q(11,-6). Find the…

P(3,7) Q(11,-6) We have the point R on the y-axis, ==> R (0,y) Such that: PR = QR PR= sqrt[(3-0)^2 + (7-y)^2] QR= sqrt[(11-0)^2 + (-6-y)^2 ==> sqrt[(9+(7-y)^2]= sqrt[121 + (-6-y)^2] Square…

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  • MATH

determine a half range cosin series to represent the the function given by f(t)=2t+3…

We use the Fourier’s half range expansion to expand non periodic functions which are neither odd or even The Fourier’s half range expansion in cosine series of a function f(t) defined over an…

  • MATH

Show that the points A(3,4), B(3,1) & C(8,4) are the vertices of a right-angled triangle….

We have A(3,4) , B(3,1), and C(8,4) are vertices of a triangle. Let us calculate the length of each side: lABl = sqrt(3-3)^2 + (1-4)^2]= sqrt9 = 3 lACl = sqrt(8-3)^2 + (4-4)^2]= sqrt25= 5 lBCl=…

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  • LITERATURE

How does the themes of “I Have a Dream” speech by Martin Luther King Jr. relate to the themes of…

In all honesty, I am not certain you are going to get very far in comparing King’s speech to Fitzgerald’s work. They are both concerned with the American Dream, but their approach is within two…

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  • HAIRCUT

In Lardner’s “Haircut,” who does take advatage of Jim Kendall’s death?

[Jim] then give the gun to Paul and told him to try his luck. Paul hadn’t never handled a gun and he was nervous. He was shakin’ so hard that he couldn’t control the gun. He let fire and Jim sunk…

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  • A PRAYER FOR OWEN MEANY

What are some examples that show Tabitha Wheelwright as an ideal mother in the novel?

I think the most important thing to consider when thinking about this question is the point of view of the book. Remember, it is told from the perspective of Johnny Wheelright, her son. Granted,…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

In the story, Nick interjects many observation about life and people in his narration, i need 3…

In Chapter 1, Nick offers commentary after Daisy laughs that she is sophisticated: I waited, and sure enough in a moment she looked at me with an absolute smirk on her lovely face as if she ad…

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  • A SEPARATE PEACE

In A Separate Peace, what is the point of the rivers being described as they are?

The author is using the rivers as symbols. The Devon River, in Gene’s mind, is fondly remembered. It is the river into which he and Finny jumped many times during the halcyon summer before they…

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

“yet finding a power of fault with me for doing a thing that had some good in it.” chap.1 p8 line…

This line is spoken by Huck and so it reflects the dialect in which he speaks. In the dialect of this time and place, the word “power” meant something like “a great deal” or “a lot.” So the…

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  • MATH

Randomly selectedA recent campaign was designed to convince car owners that they should fill…

The only mistake you made is the Z value for the 98% confidence level. For 98% confidence, z value = 2.33 We will also use P= 0.5 as the population is not known. The confidence interval (c) is…

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  • DANTE’S INFERNO

If I cannot teach Dante’s Inferno in full, what cantos should I select to go over with my…

Indeed, you are correct in asserting that the “Paradiso” component of Dante has to be addressed. I might pose a different approach to teaching it, if you cannot teach the whole thing. Perhaps,…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Is the Dakar court credible?Do you think the Dakar court is credible? What actiions has there…

I will assume that you are asking about the recent case in the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in California. This was a civil matter involving a California lawyer who was also the defendant…

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  • REFERENCE

How to succeed in high schoolI am going into high school in August and am taking three honors…

It’s good that you are thinking about these things ahead of time, and this suggests that you are already a good student. Since you have been accepted into three honors classes, obviously other…

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  • BRAVE NEW WORLD

How is Linda’s name ironic?We know that Linda means “beautiful” but I need more of an explanation…

Linda’s name is ironic because it contrasts what Linda has become. Because Linda had a sexual affair with the director and mistakenly became pregnant by it, she was shunned from the World State and…

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  • THE STORM

Explain this sentence:the generous abundance of her passio,without guile and trickery,was like a…

The line comes from Chopin’s short story, “The Storm.” Naturally, there is much in way of passion and intensity contained in the line. The idea of the woman’s passion being in “generous…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

What are five examples of different characteristics a plant could possess to allow it be…

I think that you really are asking not about natural selection but about people selecting the plants based on those characteristics. This answer lists five characteristics that caused people to be…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

What are the Four major factors that allowed farmers to dominate hunters and gatherers?This can…

What Chapter 6 is really talking about is why people chose to farm rather than to continue as hunter-gatherers. Diamond argues that there are four reasons why they made this choice: Availability…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

In what ways do animals affect military success?This can be found in Chapter 4.

Diamond argues that domesticated animals allow societies to have military success for two main reasons. First, horses are very useful in war (or they were up until very recently). He says that…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

How does an agricultural society naturally provide the opportunity to develop the proximate…

The quick answer to this is that agricultural societies allow more people to live together in relatively small areas. Agriculture allows for more food production and that allows people to live in…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

How may irrigation development may have affected the mental development of Europeans?This can be…

I do not think that it is accurate to say that irrigation affected the mental development of Europeans. That is not the argument that Diamond presents in the Prologue. Instead, he is saying that…

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  • A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

Explain why the colour white is an important symbol in ” A Streetcar Named Desire.”

The color white is significant in that it is an allegory to Blanche’s “clean slate”. It is ironic, because Blanche had come to her sister’s to possibly start over after leaving a life in shambles…

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  • BUSINESS

What is a product that has been subsidized by the government that has helped some people and hurt…

To me, the clearest example of a product that meets these criteria (in the United States, at least) is tobacco. The government has been subsidizing tobacco for quite some time now and it is pretty…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

What are some quotes that show what the American Dream means to Daisy, Tom, George, or Jordan?

In terms of imagery, there are many allusions to the American dream, one of which is Gatsby’s longing look at the green light at the end of Daisy’s pier. The ride of Nick with Gatsby in his…

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  • ESSAY LAB

What is a related text I can use that illustrates the notion of “change” in my essay?We have been…

I’ve actually been pondering your question off and on all day. I really appreciate what you’re trying to accomplish with your essay, and I wish I had a really strong idea for you. The only decent…

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  • HAMLET

What kind of symbols represent the theme of revenge in Hamlet? Any objects that represent…

The great news about this question is that depending upon how you want to analyze the symbol, it can be suited for “revenge.” Symbols: Three The number three and its multiples (6, 9, 12, etc.) is a…

 


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