I’m writing a letter from an adult Joshua’s point of view to his dead father thanking him for…

I’m writing a letter from an adult Joshua’s point of view to his dead father thanking him for…

  • CINEMA

I’m writing a letter from an adult Joshua’s point of view to his dead father thanking him for…

There are a lot of ways you could go about this. One is of course writing the letter as a eulogy but as spoken to Guido, the father. Or, just write the letter in typical epistolary form. It might…

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  • THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY

How does the story of Holmes’ murders affect your understanding of the rest of the text?

This is kind of an odd question, as I cannot really tell what its intentis. “Affect your understanding” is the phrase which is unclear. This question no doubt came from one of your professors, so…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

Compare and/ or contrast Guy Montag and Captain Beatty. I need some help writing an essay. I…

Your question is a little vague as to what you specifically want to know, but I guess that you want three points of comparison between Montag and Beatty, so that is what I will give you. You can…

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  • THANK YOU, M’AM

Why is Roger unable to say thank you to Mrs. Jones in “Thank You, M’am”?

Your original question asked two questions and, according to enotes regulations, I have edited it down to one question. Please do not ask multiple questions. To consider the question above, how do…

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  • SCIENCE

Kindly tell me how can I find a center of gravity of irregular shapes.

Hi! This question can be answered in a number of ways depending on which type of object you are talking about, whether it is a two-dimensional shape (like the usual stuff we see), or a 3dimensional…

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  • ECONOMICS

Purely from economics Kindly tell me what factors should be discusses/highlighted when answering…

The best way to interpret these topics is to give an application. Your list is long therefore I’ve chosen a few due to enotes length requirements. You might want to split up your list of topics…

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  • ECONOMICS

Why are diamonds more expensive than water even though the demand for water is higher?

When you think about the price of a good or service, you must not just consider demand. You must also consider supply. It is because of this other factor (supply) that diamonds cost so much more…

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  • THE AGE OF INNOCENCE

Where can irony be found in The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton?

Irony is a literary device used by Edith Wharton all over the novel “The Age of Innocence”, beginning with the title of the story. There is no such thing as innocence in such a time in New York,…

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  • ON THE BEACH

What conclusions do you think Nevil Shute wants his readers to derive from On The Beach?

This is probably the most depressing book I have ever read. Throughout the whole thing I kept hoping that something good would happen, that all the people in the book (and the whole world) were…

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  • BUSINESS

Please tell me the differences between shifts and movements in demand through illustration.

Of course, we cannot provide you with an illustration on this site. If you will follow the amosweb link below, you can see an animated illustration of a shift in a demand curve. When we talk about…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What provisions in the Constitution ensure that establishing justice is achieved ?What provisions…

One way to answer this would be to say that the Bill of Rights ensures that justice is established. You could argue that the inclusion of the Bill of Rights ensures that the government cannot take…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

In The Odyssey, Book 19, what is the immediate context of this conversation between Odysseus and…

In Book 18, the suitors have just engineered a conflict for their own amusement between the disguised Odysseus and Iros, an angry beggar who mistreats Odysseus and insults him. The shame that this…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

How is Frankenstein a tragic hero?

A tragic hero in the traditional sense is a person who begins in a high level in society but then falls to a low level because of some great flaw in his character. Victor Frankenstein does fit into…

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  • THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES

In “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” from which newspaper did the person who sent a note to Sir…

In “The Hound of the Baskervilles” by Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir Henry Baskervilles who was the heir to the property of the Baskervilles family after the death of Sir Charles Baskerville received a…

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  • THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND

During the trial of The Witch of Blackbird Pond, are all their problems solved?

The trial scene, which occurs in Chapter 19 of this excellent novel, certainly represents the climax that the rising action has been leading to. Kit finally faces the accusations of witchcraft…

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  • UNCLE TOM’S CABIN

Describe How is Tom a Christ-like figure.

Tom can be seen as Christ- like in several ways. Like Christ, Tom never takes the form of the world around him. His environment, especially under Simon Legree, is one of brutality and cruelty, a…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What is Juliet’s attitude towards love?

Juliet’s attitude towards love is very much determined by her age and lack of experience. It could be said that love, for her, is initiated by physical attraction and led by her emotions. She…

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  • SONNET 18

What is a critical analysis of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18?

A critical analysis of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18 discusses everything from structure to rhetorical figure of speech word schemes. The structure is that of an English, or Shakespearean, 14 line…

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  • SCIENCE

Is MSN (Master of science in Nursing) required in ALL state for advance practice role?

According to organizations such as the American Nurses Association and state boards of nursing, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is an entry-level degree for professional nursing practice….

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  • ESSAY LAB

I have to write an 500 essay adresses who you are, your career choice, and the reason for…

I cannot write your essay but I can give you a sense of what to write about. Think about why you want the selected careers. What do you want to do? What is your dream? Why did you choose? Was there…

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  • THE VELDT

How does the nursery turn into reality when the lions kill the parents in “The Veldt”?

This is a great question and it is one to which we are not provided with an answer in the story itself directly. However, it is certain that throughout this excellent vision of a possible future,…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

How does fate affect the tragedy which occurs in Romeo and Juliet?

From the very beginning in the Prologue, we are introduced to the theme of Fate as Romeo and Juliet are described as “a pair of star-crossd lovers” (Prologue, Romeo and Juliet). The idea here is…

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  • MACBETH

Is Macbeth’s downfall caused solely by a tragic flaw, or do other factors also help bring him a…

In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Macbeth certainly brings about his own downfall with his hubris (his forcing his way above his station in life) and his ambition. But other factors do contribute to his…

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  • NEVER LET ME GO

What kind of moral and emotional responses does the novel “Never Let Me Go” provoke?Does the…

The setting of the novel occurs in the recent past, and moves through to an assumed present. The notion of cloning is “futuristic” but by setting the novel in the 1970s at the beginning, there is…

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  • DREAM VARIATIONS

Where in the poem states that Langston Hughes wrote “FAST” in lines 1-2?? is there a mistake?

I think the poem you are looking for is, Dreams, by Langston Hughes. Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird That cannot fly Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go…

  • HISTORY

Compare and contrast Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.

Both Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr were civil rights leaders in the 1960s. Both of them wanted to improve the status of black people in the United States. Outside of that, there was very…

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  • THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS

John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress is an allegory.John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress is an…

to good of a question for the experts dude

  • A LONG WAY FROM CHICAGO

who won the the blue ribbon for the best gooseberry pie?expain in a long way from chicagono

Grandma’s pie won but she didn’t. She switched the card with the other person’s pie, because she thought it was better but instead her’s won.

  • THE LOTTERY

If you were Tessie Hutchinson, what would be going through your mind throughout “The Lottery?”

In order to determine what she would have been thinking, I think it is best if you consider what her different actions might mean. That should help you determine what to say. For example, the text…

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  • ENGLISH

Can English be considered as a killer language? Please help me write it for exam.Can English be…

Linguists hate the idea of “langugage death” — what happens when people no longer speak a language. Following from the idea of language death is the idea of killer languages — languages that…

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  • THE BODY OF CHRISTOPHER CREED

What is Chief Bowens’s daughter’s name in The Body of Christopher Creed?

The answer to your question is that her name is Renee Bowen, sister to Ryan, and daughter to Chief Bowen. In the young adult mystery The Body of Christopher Creed, the character of Chief Bowen is…

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  • AENEID

What three reasons does Vergil give for Juno’s anger?its found in the book named the Aeneid

It depends on which translation you have, but several translations offer at least two of the three reasons: 1) The city of Carthage. As Virgil explains in Book 1, Juno loved the city “beyond all…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

What is the narration style in The Great Gatsby?

The narration style is first person point of view, but from the perspective of one of the characters; Nick Carraway. This is called the viewpoint character; specifically the ‘first person…

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  • LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI

Would a theme in “La Belle Dame sans Merci” be a lady’s outside beauty compared to her inside…

This is a very interesting question and one that I have been musing over since I first saw it. It is possible to talk about this great narrative poem and consider it using the theme you have…

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  • A FAREWELL TO ARMS

In A Farewell to Arms, how are Frederic, Henry, and Count Greffi alike, despite their age…

In Chapter XXXV of the novel, Frederic Henry encounters Count Greffi for a second time and spends time with the old gentleman playing billiards. The conversation between Frederic and…

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  • HISTORY

Discuss the tensions within Progressivism between the ideals of social justice and the urge for…

From my point of view, I don’t really see much in way of tension between Progressivist thinkers and the need for social control. I see the Progressive thinkers seeking to incorporate more freedom…

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  • SCIENCE

what are some methods gymnosperms have of preventing self-fertilization

In gymnosperms, or cone-bearing plants, including Gingko, evergreens like pine trees and cycads, the sporophyte is the dominant generation. These plants can produce separate male and female cones…

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  • WALT WHITMAN

Whitman’s poem “I Hear America Singing” showcases a catalog of Americans singing. What are…

“I Hear America Singing” by Walt Whitman is a celebration of Americans and the simple tasks or jobs they do every day. In this poem, “singing” is a metaphor for the sounds of each person’s daily…

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  • SONG OF SOLOMON

In Song of Solomon, how does Pilate change Milkman?

There was a reason that Macon Dead did not want his son to know his Aunt Pilate, but of course, Milkman Dead found her anyway. While Macon tried to conform to the “white” world, Pilate did not….

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  • BRAVE NEW WORLD

What is the main conflict in Brave New World?Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a novel that is about a scientific utopia, an ideal state in which everything is done for the good of the society, where evils such as war and poverty cannot…

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  • AMORETTI

Compare and contrast the type of love in “Amoretti” with the kind written about by A.E Housman in…

In this poem (Amoretti Sonnet XXXIV) Spenser is writing about unrequited love. In the poem, the speaker says that he can only wander around, burdened by his cares, sad and comfortless because the…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Why does Shakespeare use the theme of illusion vs. reality in A Midsummer Nights Dream?I need…

In his comedies, Shakespeare examines another theme, love, and all the various ways that it manifests in the human experience. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, he uses another thematic proposition,…

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  • EDMUND SPENSER

Discuss the use of navigational imagery in “Like As A Ship.” Like as a ship that through the…

Edmund Spenser’s Sonnet 34 is indeed full of navigational imagery. We can even see all of the imagery in this poem adding up to form an analogy (an extended and non-literal comparison between two…

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  • HISTORY

What rights did Senator McCarthy abuse?

I assume that you are asking what rights Sen. McCarthy abused that other people were supposed to have. If so, the three most important rights that McCarthy abused were the freedom of speech, the…

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  • MATH

How do I solve functions with fractions like: y=2/3x+1 or y=3/4x-2.

I think by y = 2/3x + 1, you mean y = (2/3)*x + 1. So to find the value of y in this case, multiply x with (2/3) and add 1. Similarly for y = (3/4)x – 2, multiply x with (3/4) and subtract 2 from…

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  • AMORETTI

What type of love is Edmund Spenser writing about in Amoretti Sonnet 34, “Like as a Ship”?…

Spenser is writing about love thwarted or unrequited love in Amoretti Sonnet 34. The meaning of “unrequited love” is unreciprocated and unreturned loved: the one Spenser loves loves him not in…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

How does the judicial branch tie in with impeachment.

If you are talking about the political and legal system of the United States, the judicial branch has only a very small role to play in the process of impeachment. Impeachment is, instead, largely…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, what is the reason Mayella Ewell does not get to go to school?

Mayella, at 19, is beyond the leaving age of school for the time in which the novel is set; however it is unlikely that she had ever attended school for any length of time. Mayella was used as a…

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  • RELIGION

How does the Christian tradition explain the significance of Jesus?

In the world of Christianity, Jesus was and is considered the Messiah, sent by God to walk on earth in flesh and blood form, for the purposes of ministering to His people and teaching them in…

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  • HAMLET

Please explain the representation of marriage in Hamlet?

I’m afraid Shakespeare’s Hamlet is a product of a male-dominated society. As enlightened as Shakespeare was in so many ways, his presentation of women, at least in Hamlet, is extremely sexist, and…

 


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