I would like to know whether the Male Studies Discipline initiative is continuing?Wagner College…

I would like to know whether the Male Studies Discipline initiative is continuing?Wagner College…

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is environment? What do you understand by environment?Answers wanted in an explanatory notes…

If you are really talking about social sciences (since you put your question in this group), then the term “environment” refers to the surroundings in which a person grows up and lives their life….

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

I would like to know whether the Male Studies Discipline initiative is continuing?Wagner College…

Hi Jimmy, my name is Joseph Notovitz – I’m the Director of Communications for the Foundation for Male Studies, the organizer and sponsor of the recent April Male Studies conference at Wagner…

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is social reform and what are its major areas? Please give me answer in notes form for MSW.

I am afraid that it is going to be difficult to present notes to you in a particular format. I think that the best you are going to get from here is being able to take what is offered and then…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

How does Scott Fitzgerald create a reliable narrator in the opening of the novel? How is Nick…

I think you’ve started with some great ideas in your first point. I’d go with what you have there, but I’d change the final point you make about “not giving first impressions.” Everyone gives a…

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  • LITERATURE

Critique the terms ‘Commonwealth Literature’ and ‘New Literatures in English’.

I am not very sure whether you want a ‘critique’ or an explication of the terms ‘Commonwealth Literature’ and ‘New Literatures in English’. Both these terms basically the new emerging field of…

  • WILLIAM BRADFORD

In “Of Plymouth Plantation”, was Bradford’s aim to record history or to inspire spiritual…

This is an interesting pair of choices. Bradford’s Of Plymouth Plantation is, at its core, a journal. To that extent, it’s an attempt to document the literal movements and insights of these…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Write a descriptive paragraph that appeals to three of the five senses ( 5 senses would be sight,…

I’m not sure what this has to do with Of Mice and Men except that, I’m guessing, you are reading this book currently. It sounds like your teacher has given you an assignment that gets you thinking…

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  • ANNE BRADSTREET

In Anne Bradstreet’s poem “Contemplations,” do you agree/disagree that mankind will glide along…

I don’t think that Bradstreet necessarily implies that man will “glide along happily” in life (catastrophe or not). In Stanza 29 of her poem she mentions that man might never find cessation from…

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  • BUSINESS

Conceptual Study in MBAi want to ask about the conceptual study. How can i get max marks? Kindly…

Case study is important to success in business school. The key is to read the case carefully, and then analyze it based on what you have learned. Sometimes the cases will be real companies and…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What are your ideas as to why young people offend and how they should be dealt with.What are your…

There are surely many reasons why young people break the law. To me, the main reasons are: Young people do not have such good reasoning skills as older people and do not really understand the long…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the function of the neutral wire in an electric circuit?

An electric circuit is simply any closed conducting path between the two terminals of a voltage source. Often, the lower voltage terminal is rated at 0V, or equivelant with ground. In household…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

In book four what did Menelaus reveal about Odysseus’ wherabouts?

In this book, Menelaus is talking to Telemachus. Telemachus wants to know what has happened to his father, Odysseus. Menelaus has some idea as to what has happened because the two of them had…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

In Book Five , why didn’t Menelaus go right home after the Trojan War?

I believe that this answer is revealed in Book IV rather than in Book V. There, Menelaus is telling Telemachus and others some stories about the Trojan War and its aftermath. There are a couple of…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

In book five, what did Menelaus tell Telemachus about the wooden horse?

I think that you must be talking about Book IV and not Book V here. It is in Book IV that Menelaus tells Telemachus about the wooden horse. In that passage, Menelaus tells Telemachus that Odysseus…

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  • LITERATURE

How do the authors of The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle attempt to instill a spirit of unity in the…

The Anglo Saxon Chronicle was perhaps the first ever unified document that treated England as a nation of its own right, rather than as a conquered territory. In fact, this compilation of rich…

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  • HISTORY

What problem did the new English ships encounter in the year 896 AD when they entered the river’s…

After Viking marauders wreaked havoc in the south of England two decades earlier, King Alfred decided to expand his navy and produce warships capable of both defending the English coast and…

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  • SCIENCE

Does the spleen have a vital function? Can you live without a spleen?

The short answers are yes and yes. The spleen is very important in maintaining the body’s immune system and fighting infections. It also maintains a reserve of cells that can be sent to a wounded…

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  • CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

In your opinion why did Fyodor Dostoevsky write Crime and Punishment? What was he trying to tell…

This is a huge question that unfortunately begs for a lot of speculation. We should always be careful enough to realize that we can never really “know” the authorial consciousness of any text. To…

  • LITERATURE

In what way can the anglo-saxon chronicle be considered less accessible to modern readers than a…

It is possible that such is the case because the Anglo Saxon chronicle is more generalized than the Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum. The latter is a very persuasive piece of work whose…

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  • SCIENCE

Is there anything that can be done to avoid appendicitis?

There is no way to avoid appendicitis, however, a diet high in fiber may prove beneficial. Appendicitis occurs less often in patients with a fiber-rich diet. Appendicitis is when the appendix…

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  • THE LOTTERY

What are the similarities in the plot of “The Laramie Project” and “The Lottery” in terms of it’s…

I think that a connecting thread in both works is the idea of how specific individuals can be targeted and threatened by the community at large. One of the major ideas that is brought out by “The…

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  • SCIENCE

If you have the sickle cell anemia trait, what are your chances of developing sickle cell anemia?

The genes for normal beta globin and sickle shaped beta globin are co-dominant. A person who inherits sickle cell trait inherits one gene for sickle cell and one gene for normal red blood cells….

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  • THE OUTSIDERS

Discuss the role of the novel’s physical setting.Well this is a very tough question that i need…

There is certainly nothing glamorous about the various settings of The Outsiders. Although the actual location is never given, we can assume that the city is Tulsa, Oklahoma–the home of author…

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  • MATH

for a given arithmetic sequence, un=M and um=n find (a) the common difference (b) its first term

um = n un = m a) the common difference (r) is let u1, u2, u3, …., um,…un be an arthimatical sequence: u1 = u1 u2= u1 + r u3 = u1 + 2r ….. um = u1 + (m-1)r = n ……(1) un = u1 + (n-1)r =…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

How do the elements in “A Rose for Emily” forward the plot and establish the atmosphere?

In “A Rose for Emily,” one element that is central to the plot and atmosphere is the collective narrator, who represents the townspeople. The townspeople, serving as the narrator, reveal…

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  • 1984

How is freedom, slavery??And can you have sections of the book where I can look for evidence as…

I see freedom being slavery in life when we make a choice with our freewill that over time becomes something we are bound to. Orwell’s entire point in writing 1984 had to do with warning even the…

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  • MATH

The third and fifth terms of an a.p are x+y respectively. find the 12th term.

Let a1, a2, a3, …., an is an A.P a1 = a1 a2= a1 + r a3 = a2 + r = x………(1) a4 = a3 + r = y……..(2) Now we thet a4 -a3 = r ==> r = y-x a12 = a1 + 11r = a2 + 10r = a3 + 9r ==> a12 =…

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  • MAUS

What point of view is this written in?

Art Spiegelman’s amazing books Maus I and Maus II are biographical graphic novels retelling the story of his parents, Vladek and Anja, survivors of the Holocaust. A graphic novel is a long-form…

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  • SCIENCE

Distinguish between anti-social and pro-social behaviorPsychology unit 2

Antisocial behavior is classified as a personality disorder. There is a violation of the rights of others and a pattern of disregarding those rights. Some authors use the term sociopathy to…

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  • TUCK EVERLASTING

What is the comparison between the Tucks and Winnie’s family? I know what the differences are; I…

You mention that you know what the differences are already, so you need to look at the similarities. They are both in the same area at the beginning of the story. Both families have both parents…

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  • A VERY OLD MAN WITH ENORMOUS WINGS

What are the main two themes that comes out of this text?

One clear theme in “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings” is the contrast between the natural and the supernatural. The old man is himself the best example of this. He is clearly human, yet he has…

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  • WE WEAR THE MASK

Can someone paraphrase “We Wear the Mask”?

“We Wear the Mask” is a powerful poem by Phillip Dunbar. Dunbar was an African American poet,,and he is speaking about the facade that many blacks wear (wore) to hide their inner pain and…

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  • MACBETH

Elizabethan England believed that the King was appointed by God. How do the disruptions to the…

Concerning Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Elizabethans also believed that the natural world reflected the state of affairs in the human world. They believed the universe was unified. Therefore, when…

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  • SINNERS IN THE HANDS OF AN ANGRY GOD

To what emotion does Edwards primarily appeal in his effort to motivate his congregation, and why…

When you read this sermon and come upon such statements as these: There is nothing that keeps wicked men at any one moment out of hell, but the mere pleasure of God There is no want of power in…

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  • LITERATURE

Write a note on literary style of the New England historians.

I assume you’re referring to the earliest writers of the region, which takes us clear back to Jamestown and Plymouth. If that’s so, the writers were members of those settlements and their writings…

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  • CONTENTS OF THE DEAD MAN’S POCKET

What do you predict Tom will do?”Contents of the Dead Man’s Pockets” by Jack Finney

It would be easier for us to answer this question if you told us when you want this prediction — in other words, are you asking what we would predict for him at the beginning of the story, the…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How is the role of law represented, as a whole, in To Kill a Mockingbird, and through Scout,…

The role of law does not seem to be all that important to the majority of the cityfolk in the novel. The citizens of Maycomb, Alabama in the 1930’s are still quite racist, and therefore…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

What did Reverend Parris do before coming to Salem?no

The answer to this can be found in Miller’s notes from Act I, Scene 1. They are in the part of the notes that is found before the dialogue actually begins. In this part of the notes (in the last…

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  • TARTUFFE

Which character in Tartuffe best represents the “voice of reason” and why?

Dorine, the lady’s maid to Mariane, daughter of Orgon, is the most reasonable of all the characters in Moliere’s Tartuffe. When the foolish zealot, Orgon, wishes to insure his path to heaven by…

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  • MATH

Find the value of x and y in the arithmetic sequence ( 5,x,13,y….)

For this sequence, the answer is that x is 9 and y is 17. The difference between each set of terms in this sequence is 4. We can find this by the fact that the difference between 5 and 13 is 8….

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  • LITERATURE

On the short story, “The Address” by Marga Minco…Ok so, on a plot diagram, there are 7 diffrent…

which kind of question this is?.it is ot even understandable.

  • HISTORY

What was the significance of the closure of the Western frontier?What was the significance of the…

To me, this is a question of opinion since you cannot really measure the effect of this closure. I would think that you could point to a couple of impacts of this closure. First, you could say that…

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  • HAMLET

What is Hamlet’s reception of the ghost?

Ghosts were not uncommon on the Elizabethan stage, and perhaps the most famous one is found in Shakespeare’s Hamlet. I’m going to assume you’re referring to the first time Hamlet meets the Ghost,…

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  • THE SCARLET IBIS

How is Doodle’s death foreshadowed in “The Scarlet Ibis”?

If you read the story carefully, from the beginning it is clear that Doodle is not going to have a long life. Note how, at his birth, everyone assumed that he would not live for long. The father in…

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  • MACBETH

How does Shakespeare show consequences for evil in Macbeth?I have a rough idea, e.g., Macbeth is…

In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the ultimate consequence of evil is in the last scene of the play–Macbeth loses his head. The traitor in Act 1 suffers the same fate for treachery, beginning the play as…

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  • THE SCARLET IBIS

In “The Scarlet Ibis”, is the brothers’ relationship believable? Name 3 examples to support your…

Absolutely! What brothers don’t experience conflict? First, no older brother wants a tag-a-long. From early in the story, Doodle’s brother tired of bringing Doodle everywhere, so like all young…

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  • A SEPARATE PEACE

In the novel A Separate Peace, what evidence supports that the climax of the novel is when Finny…

I would completely disagree with the choice of climax being the moment when Finny falls from the branch. I find it to be closer to the end of chapter 10-early 11 when Finny breaks his leg a second…

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  • SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY

Byron’s moral reputation left a great deal to be desired. Why is this ironic when compared to the…

This is an interesting way to approach the poem “She Walks in Beauty” because the issue seems to be raised in the poem itself. In the first stanza, Byron describes the beauty of a woman made of…

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  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

Describe General Zaroff’s physical appearance & personality in “The Most Dangerous Game.”

Zaroff’s personality, I believe, can best be described as calculating. Although a highly civilized man who has all the best pleasures of the world in food and drink, it took him no time to begin…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Essay help-TKAMHow does to kill a mockingbird prompt us to question the worlds outside texts?…

Wow. There are lots of ways in which To Kill a Mockingbird causes us to reflect on our “real” lives and question both our behaviors and the bahaviors of others. I’m sure you’ll get plenty of…

 


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