I must do a double entry journal of Lord of the Flies. I have found the quote but I am unable to…

I must do a double entry journal of Lord of the Flies. I have found the quote but I am unable to…

  • LORD OF THE FLIES

I must do a double entry journal of Lord of the Flies. I have found the quote but I am unable to…

For chapter 6, you are confusing mood with tone. Mood is the climate of feeling in a literary work. The choice of setting, objects, details, images, and words all contribute towards…

1 educator answer

  • LITERATURE

where can i read Don’t Judge A Girl By Her Cover online for free without downloading it??plz plz…

You could try googling (is that a word?) it for the whole book, but if you go to amazon.com an type in Don’t Judge a Girl by her Cover and click on the one that says look inside and then click on…

  • MATH

find the area under the curve x^2 – 3x +1 and the lines x= 1 and x = 3

let f(x) = x^2 – 3x + 1 Then, F(x) = integral f(x) The area between f(x) and x= 1 and x=3 is: A = F(3) – F(1) Let us find F(x): F(x) = intg f(x) = intg (x^2 – 3x + 1) = (x^3/3) -…

1 educator answer

  • MATH

log (3x -4 ) = 1 + 2 log (sqrt(x-2))

log (3x -4) = 1 + 2log (sqrt(x-2)) We know that a log b = log b^a ==> log (3x -4) = 1 + log (sqrt(x-2))^2 ==> log (3x -4) = 1 + log (x-2) Group similar terms: ==> log (3x -4) – log (x-2) =…

1 educator answer

  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

One morning after Zaroff had been hunting he tells Rainsford that he is worried. What is Zaroff…

The quick answer to this is that Zaroff is worried about what he calls “ennui.” This if a French word that means something like boredom. So, Zaroff is worried because he is getting bored with his…

1 educator answer

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

“Until we stop paying people to be an underclass, we’ll have an underclass.” – discussDo you…

Okay, I’ll take the conservative side and say that this is 100% true. People are inherently lazy beings. We will, in general, do the minimum work that is possible in order to get by. Therefore,…

5 educator answers

  • THE LAKE ISLE OF INNISFREE

How would you describe the particular appeal of this ‘escapist’ poem?

Although it is correct to classify “The Lake Isle of Innisfree” as an “escape” poem, there are several aspects that distinguish it from many other poems of its genre. For one, the life that Yeats…

1 educator answer

  • REFERENCE

best f 5 subjects for board examsaccording to me best of 5 should not be there as becz of it…

In high school, about which I assume you are speaking, I think there’s something to be said for doing some of everything–strengths or weaknesses. This is the basis for a liberal arts education…

2 educator answers

  • THE SOLITARY REAPER

Can you please paraphrase the poem “The Solitary Reaper”?

“The Solitary Reaper” might not only be one of Wordsworth’s most famous poems, but one of the most discussed here on enotes. The poem starts with a speaker, presumably Wordsworth, wandering by…

1 educator answer

  • SCIENCE

Methanoic acid & ethanoic acid have melting(deg. C) & boiling(deg. C) point of 8 &…

Assuming it has to be either methanoic or ethanoic acid, the most likely answer is ethanoic acid. Both the melting point and boiling point experimental data are closest to the known values for…

1 educator answer

  • I AM THE CHEESE

What is the copyright for I Am the Cheese?

Robert Cormier’s young adult novel, I Am the Cheese, was first published in 1977. (The book was his second adolescent novel and followed the highly popular The Chocolate War in 1974.) It tells the…

1 educator answer

  • LAW AND POLITICS

What was Lomboso’s theory in regards to criminals?

Cesare Lombroso, an Italian Sociologist from the 19th century, theorized that criminals are born as such, that criminal behavior had genetic and hereditary roots, and was subject to Darwin’s…

1 educator answer

  • SCIENCE

Out of 100 cm^3 measuring cylinder, 100 cm^3 beaker, watch glass, 20 cm^3 pipette, test tube, 50…

Equipments from the given list that will be best suited for different purposes is given below Measuring 80 cm^3 alcohol: A 100 cm^3 measuring cylinder Measuring 35 cm^3 of hydrogen: A 50 cm^3 gas…

  • LAW AND POLITICS

At what point is a contract implied?

A contract can be considered implied when either party begins to act on an agreement made or accepts their part of an agreement. For example, a potential tenant meets with a landlord and the…

2 educator answers

  • PARADISE LOST

Critically analyse the hellenic and Hebraic elements in Milton’s Paradise Lost.

We cannot write your essay for you, but we can give you some help on how to do it. First of all, Paradise Lost is an epic poem based on the Biblical account of man’s creation and fall found in…

1 educator answer

  • PHILOSOPHY

What is utilitariianism?

Utilitarianism is a philosophical school of thought. Its main distinguishing feature is that it judges the morality or correctness of an action by the amount of happiness or pleasure that it…

1 educator answer

  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is the link between mental deficiency and delinquency?

This is a highly debatable question. Some authors argue for a direct link between mental compromise and delinquency and criminality, while others argue that it is not the fact that the individual…

1 educator answer

  • SCIENCE

The world’s smallest playable guitar is 13 micrometer long. Express the length in standard form.

Standard form and scientific notation are the same thing. To write in standard form, we want to use SI units and convert the number to the exponential form of a x 10^b. 1 micrometer = 10^(-6)…

1 educator answer

  • SCIENCE

Explain why Magnesium chloride has a high melting point.Please explain in details because this…

To understand why this, and other ionic compounds have such high melting points, you have to understand the difference between ionic and covalent compounds. In a covalent compound the bonding…

1 educator answer

  • SCIENCE

State 1 observation made during the reaction of Na and H2O but not during the reaction between Ca…

Na is a very reactive group one element which reacts rapidly with water forming a solution of sodium hydroxide. When a small piece of sodium metal is placed in a container of water, the sodium will…

1 educator answer

  • SCIENCE

Express the weight of a “Quarter Pounder” in grams, given 2.205 pounds (lb) is equal to 1…

The answer here is that a Quarter Pounder weighs about 113 grams. Here is how we find this answer. First, we start with the assumption that a Quarter Pounder is truly .25 of a pound. Then we find…

1 educator answer

  • TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES

Do you think Angel is worthy of Tess’s love and sacrifice? Give reasons.Thomas Hardy’s Tess of…

This is kind of an opinion question that can be argued either way. So, I will give you my opinion. When I was a young person and read this novel, I disliked Angel intensely, believing him to be…

2 educator answers

  • THE MONKEY’S PAW

In regards to “The Monkey’s Paw,” what exactly is the element of superstition in contrast with…

The majority of India’s population practices Hinduism. The belief in karma is one of this religion’s defining characteristics; those who believe in karma believe that those who do good receive…

1 educator answer

  • REFERENCE

What are u planning to give your teacher this teacher’s day? What are u planning to give your…

I’m going to post the first answer as this question has been up for a while… as a teacher AND a mother, I get this question a lot – from parents of students – or parents who know I’m a teacher…

5 educator answers

  • THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS

What is the significance of the vicious treatment that Christian and Faithful receive at Vanity…

Vanity Fair is a Fair of evil and a metaphor for sin in this work. Everyone at the Fair represents some sort of evil and opposition to God. When the pilgrims arrive, it is evident immediately that…

1 educator answer

  • LITERATURE

How has the evolution of the author centered, to the text, to the reader impacted the way we look…

This is a big question. Theoretically, from a Reader-response theory perspective, the shift (20th century) has been to say the meaning of a text (truth in general) is not solely and absolutely…

3 educator answers

  • THE GREAT GATSBY

Why should The Great Gatsby be included into the Western Canon?Why should The Great Gatsby be…

I would say that Fitzgerald’s work is already accepted into the American canon of literature. If we examine it as whether or not it should be worthy of being included in the canon of Western…

4 educator answers

  • CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY

Cry, the beloved countryHow are we meant to view Mr Jarvis on the current affairs of the state?…

Lots of questions here – I think you will find that you are only allowed to ask one. However, the author Paton deliberately shows that Jarvis senior is very old fashioned and traditional in terms…

1 educator answer

  • POETRY

Poetry- can anyone help me to find out the imagery used in Lament by Gillian Clarke? Any advice…

There are many different types of imagery, but (at least in general) they all have to do with using some reference to one or more of the five senses in order to convey a mental image of the subject…

1 educator answer

  • A LESSON BEFORE DYING

How does the setting affect the plot in A Lesson Before Dying?In chapter 11-20 how does the…

The setting has a large impact on the plot of A Lesson Before Dying. The novel is set in Bayonne, a small town in Louisiana. A specific date is not given, but the descriptions of the residents’…

1 educator answer

  • ESSAY LAB

How can I improve my writing skills?

In my opinion, the best two ways to improve your skill in writing are 1) read more and 2) write more. I think that nothing can help you nearly as much as these two things. First of all, I think it…

3 educator answers

  • SCIENCE

Does smoking cigarettes affect your blood pressure?Why or why not?

Absolutely it does, and in a negative fashion. Because the chemicals and toxins in cigarette smoke are absorbed through the lungs, they travel through the bloodstream and inhibit the delivery of…

1 educator answer

  • HAMLET

Hamlet act I scene ii What are the two main dominant metaphors in these lines?I understand that…

Hamlet’s description of how “a man might play” at grief doesn’t exactly include metaphors, as these are actual things someone might do: wear black; sigh, cry and look sad a lot. He even adds on…

3 educator answers

  • CONTENTS OF THE DEAD MAN’S POCKET

What is external conflict in “content of the dead man’s pocket”, can u give me example, thanks

In Jack Finney’s story “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket,” there is certainly an external conflict between the protagonist, Tom Benecke, and his surroundings, or “nature. This type of conflict is…

1 educator answer

  • AN INSPECTOR CALLS

The conflicts in the novel between older generation and younger generation.

The conflicts between the older generation and the younger generation show through the whole way through the play. Although there isn’t much conflict in the first scene, as the Inspector puts…

  • THROUGH THE TUNNEL

What is the main idea in Doris Lessing’s short story, “Through the Tunnel”?

In the short story, “Through the Tunnel,” by Doris Lessing, the reader encounters a young English boy on vacation at a pivotal point of his life. Use of the third person omniscient point of view…

1 educator answer

  • ANIMAL FARM

Orwell uses the phrase ‘ unalterable law of life’ (page 110 to express Benjamin’s ideas. What…

Benjamin is, as the eNotes summary says, a cynic. He thinks that he knows better than all the other animals. They all have hopes and dreams. For example, they thought that their revolution would…

1 educator answer

  • MACBETH

What is Macbeth’s role in the play Macbeth?Including themes and issues where relevant

Macbeth is the protagonist in the play and the course of events follows his personal journey as he deals with his ambition. After hearing the witches’ prophecy, Macbeth’s sense of morality becomes…

3 educator answers

  • MACBETH

I need an anaylsis of the 3 witches in Macbeth — their significance and analysis.

In Macbeth, the three witches are representative of Fate and are the catalyst for change in the play. Macbeth believes the verity of the witches’ prophecy after he returns from battle and is given…

3 educator answers

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the role of industrial psychology?want in points

Industrial psychology is also known as I-O psychology (industrial and organizational). It deals with psychology and how it relates to organizations, especially in the workplace. People who are…

1 educator answer

  • POETRY

I need a detailed account of the poem “all but blind”…would someone like to help me out?

If you are referring to the poem by Walter de la Mere, then the place to start thinking about the poem is the title. “All but Blind” suggests that the creature or person is almost blind, but not…

1 educator answer

  • THE SNIPER

What is the resolution of the story “The Sniper”?

“The Sniper” does not have a true resolution because typically the resolution includes the tying up of loose ends at the end of a work. In “The Sniper”–and in many other surprise ending…

2 educator answers

  • TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES

Please explain the seperation of Tess and Angel in Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles.

[Please note that eNotes policy permits only one question and answer per post. I’ve edited your question accordingly.] The separation of Angel and Tess begins on their wedding night before they…

1 educator answer

  • LITERATURE

Have you ever met an author you love in person? Do tell!Personally, I haven’t. 🙁 However, I…

I just did, actually, by chance, about three weeks ago in the tiny town of Jemez Springs, New Mexico. While I was in the public library using their internet, Rudolfo Anaya, author of Bless Me,…

19 educator answers

  • REFERENCE

What is your take on Public Ed’s foreign language education programs?With so many nations ahead…

We have some great teachers in our district, and our kids seem to do pretty well, especially with Spanish language, but I would also say our approach to teaching it is pretty traditional, as I…

9 educator answers

  • MATH

lim(tanx-1)/[(sinx)^2 – (cosx)^2] x->pi/4

Let f(x0 = (tanx -1)/(sin^2 x – cos^2 x) lim (tanx – 1) /[ sin^2 x – cos^2 x) x –> pi/4 First let us substitute with x = pi/4 ==> lim f(x) = ( 1-1)/(1/2 – 1/2) = 0/0 ( the method…

1 educator answer

  • MATH

Evaluate the limit of the function f=(1-cosx)/x^2 x–>0.

f= (1-cosx)/x^2 x –> 0 Let us substitute: lim f(x) = 1-1/0 = 0/0 ( then the method has failed) But we know that: We know that cos2x = cos^2 x – sin^2 x ==> cosx = cos^2 (x/2) – sin^2…

1 educator answer

  • WILFRED OWEN

The final stanza of Wilfred Owens “Asleep”- what does it mean?I understand the first few stanzas…

I believe I am reading the same poem as you, though in my textbook, the poem has only two stanzas. The first stanza of the poem “Asleep” by Wilfred Owen describes a soldier who is shot while…

1 educator answer

  • BUSINESS

What traits do persuasive requests and sales messages share and how do they differ?

Both a persuasive request and a sales message try to convince someone to do something. A persuasive request can be written to an individual or to a large group pf people. It can be used to ask…

1 educator answer

  • BUSINESS

Is there justification for positive writing in a message refusing credit?

I’m not sure if I understand your question correctly, but if you mean should positive wording ever be used when informing an applicant that their credit has been refused, then yes, absolutely there…

1 educator answer

 


Comments are closed.