In chapter thirty of To Kill a Mockingbird discuss Scout’s comment about the mockingbird in…

In chapter thirty of To Kill a Mockingbird discuss Scout’s comment about the mockingbird in…

  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In chapter thirty of To Kill a Mockingbird discuss Scout’s comment about the mockingbird in…

Heck Tate spends much of the chapter trying to convince Atticus that it is not Jem who hurt Bob Ewell. By the time Atticus is willing to accept it, they come to the conclusion that Boo Radley…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In chapter thirty what situation do both Atticus and Scout recognize?To Kill a Mockingbird by…

When Jem and Scout are brought back to the house in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, the doctor sees to Jem’s broken arm. (Jem will not regain consciousness until the next day.) At the end of…

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  • MATH

James wants to cover a floor measuring 90 cm by 120 cm with square tiles of the same size. Given…

The length and breadth of the floor = 90m nad 120 meter. To find the the largest possible measurements of the whole nnumber of tiles he can cover the whole floor. Since the largest measurement of…

  • MATH

If log72 48 = a and log6 24 = b prove that a(b+3) – 3b + 1 = 0

If log72 48 = a and log6 24 = b prove that a(b+3) – 3b + 1 = 0 Solution: We convert the logarithms to base 6. log 72 (48) = log6(48)/log6(722) = log6 (6*8)/log6 (6^2*2). log 72 (48) = {1+log6…

  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In chapter twenty-eight of To Kill a Mockingbird discuss the attack and the events that follow.

The attack occurs after the pageant. It is extremely dark outside and the kids feel a little scared but think may be it is Cecil Jacobs who is trying to scare them. They feel as if they are being…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

Please help me:” Compare the similarities between changing role of a salesman in real life and…

This is a great question that I often discuss with my own students. The salesman’s role has changed greatly over time, and, sadly for him, during Willy’s career. When Willy entered sales fresh…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

What is the historical background that influenced Dickens’ writing of Great Expectations?

Living in the Victorian Age in which industrialization was changing society, Charles Dickens felt that society in England was a prison. In the rural areas there were landlords, the owners of large…

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  • THOMAS HARDY

What methods does Hardy use to create settings in the poems “The Darkling Thrush” and “At Castle…

in ‘At Castle Boterel’ the most obvious setting is the castle itself. note that this isn’t a real castle, it represents the cornish village of Boscastle where Hardy and his first wife Emma Gifford…

  • THE OUTSIDERS

What things does Ponyboy do that would describe him as emotional, and what does he do to describe…

Ponyboy is thoughtful and doesn’t like to be left guilty. After he helped start the fire in the church by leaving his cigarette there, he went in and rescued some of the trapped children, like…

  • ROMEO AND JULIET

How exactly would i describe how Romeo and Juliet have changed between Act 1 Scene 5 and act 2…

This question has already been answered. Here is a link for you: http://www.enotes.com/romeo-and-juliet/q-and-a/how-romeo-juliet-dynamic-characters-throughout-312035

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  • BIOLOGY

In 4 or 5 lines, please ‘describe’ the eukaryotic cell cycle?

The cycle is divided into two phases: Interphase and Mitosis (M-phase). Cytokinesis is the last stage, so some say the cycle is three phases: Interphase, (Mitosis or Meiosis) and Cytokinesis….

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  • THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

What is the role Dimaggio, Manolin and the negro play in Santiago’s struggle with the fish in…

In The Old Man and the Sea, Hemingway puts Santiago in a position of adversity from beginning to end. He is old, he is not as strong as he once was, he is unlucky, and he is alone. All of these are…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, Jem stops Scout from killing a roly-poly because it never did anything…

This scene takes place in chapter 25 when Jem and Scout are sleeping on the back porch in the summer heat. At this point in the novel, the trial has come and gone, Tom Robinson has been shot,…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

“How many ages hence/Shall this be our lofty scene be acted over/In statres unborn and accents…

These lines are spoken by Cassius after he and the other conspirators have assassinated Julius Caesar. Since there is a panic that follows this act, Brutus, as leader of the conspirators,…

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  • TEACHERS

What are the psychological needs of high school/ higher secondary school students?I am a teacher…

I would think that there is a bevy of research out there for you. Over the last twenty years, the field of adolescent psychology has undergone major change as the understanding we have of…

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  • HISTORY

What was the major impact of the abolitionist movement?

I think that the main impact of the abolitionist movement is that it helped to end slavery in the United States. Of course, it was not mainly the abolitionists who did this — it was the Civil…

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  • POETRY

Explain the message Clarke is trying to convey and how this idea be supported, giving at least 3…

Gillian Clarke, in her poem “Lament,” has a strong message for her reader. The setting of the poem is during the Gulf War in 1991; it is based upon photographs from the media that showed how…

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  • MACBETH

In Macbeth, why doesn’t Lady Macbeth kill the king herself?

There are a few reasons why Lady Macbeth does not kill King Duncan herself. First, in Act 2, Lady Macbeth says that the king resembles her own father, so therefore she cannot kill him. More…

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  • BUSINESS

Explain the role of MNCs in developing countries.

I assume that you are referring to multi-national corporations and I have tagged this question accordingly… The role of MNCs in developing countries is rather controversial. Some say that they…

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  • PHYSICS

Solve the following problem.The PasivHaus standard for low energy building requires that the…

I believe you want to know the energy that flows through a PasivHaus standard wall. Now the U-value of the standard PasivHaus low energy building for all outer shell material is to be less than…

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  • THE CHRYSALIDS

In The Chrysalids, what is the difference between a Waknukian and a fossil?Chapter 16

This sounds like it is going to be a very good joke. However, seriously, if you are the woman from Sealand who is desperate to gain Petra and access to her incredible talent in telepathy, the…

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  • THE METAMORPHOSIS

Could you analyze the theme of death in The Metamorphosis?Justifications should be included in…

I wonder whether we can approach this theme through discussing another theme, which is that of escape. It is clear that Gregor’s life is one of unsatisfying and unfulfilled drudgery. We are…

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  • POETRY

Please paraphrase the poem “The Wife’s Lament” as translated by Ann Stanford.Please when you…

Before beginning a line-by-line summary of “The Wife’s Lament,” it should be noted that it is very difficult to determine the exact circumstances the wife in this poem is lamenting. She has in…

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  • SCIENCE

give arguments for and against if global warming is caused by human actions?

Humans are a major contributor to global warming, many of our actions from producing raw materials such as steel and electricity, manufacturing road vehicles, ships and aircraft, fridges,…

  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

What is Comedic and what is comic about A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Shakespeare?

The Comedic of A Midsummer Night’s Dream would refer to the elements of the play fit the structure of a classic Comedy. These criteria were used by the ancient Greeks and Romans and adapted a bit…

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  • SCIENCE

What are two misconceptions about cloning?

I would say one of the bigger misconceptions is that the scientific process of cloning would only mean cloning full human beings, that is, scientists would only clone because they could, because…

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  • SCIENCE

What are the pros and cons regarding the issue of cloning?

There are too many pros and cons to go into full detail here, but I can get you started with the most controversial aspects of it. Pros: 1) Most people think of cloning as **Presto!**, here’s a…

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  • LITERATURE

What are the differences between the terms “comedic” and “comic” in dramatic analysis?

This is one of those answers that has changed and become muddled since it was first used by the Greeks. Originally, comedy was a noun and referred to the play itself. Comic was an adjective that…

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  • HAMLET

Is Hamlet brave? I also need a few examples please!

Hamlet is too often portrayed as an indecisive, suicidal wimp, but I see him rather as a valiant soldier of the spirit, fighting a desperate internal battle to defend the sovereignty of his soul….

  • THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

In The Taming of the Shrew, explain why the quote below is ironic.”And place your hands below…

This quote is heavily ironic because it is Katharina that utters these lines expressing her desire to do anything to make her husband happy. This quote comes in a long speech of Katharina’s that…

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  • HAMLET

In Hamlet, what is the attitude of the court towards Hamlet in Act 2 Scene 2?

Some significant amount of time has passed between the end of Act 1 and the start of Act 2, because by the start of Act 2 everyone seems very concerned about Hamlet’s lunacy. Hamlet must have been…

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  • SILAS MARNER

What is the end result of Silas’ helping Sally Oates in Silas Marner?

The main result of Silas Mariner helping Sally Oates feel better by providing her with a concoction known as “the stuff” was, first and foremost, unwelcome and unwanted attention. Ever since the…

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  • SILAS MARNER

How do people respond to Sally Oates ?

Sally Oates herself is a simple woman from the town. Her presence alone would have not caused such a stir, however, it was her disease which made her, like the story says in a quasi satirical way…

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  • SILAS MARNER

What did Silas do for Sally Oates in Silas Marner?

On Chapter II, Part 1 we find the character of Sally Oates, a cobbler’s wife, who was sitting by the fire suffering from symptoms of “heart disease and dropsy” which reminded him of the symptoms…

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  • BEOWULF

I need suggestions on what I can do for a literary analysis of Beowulf, perhaps comparing…

One component of literary analysis is a discussion of setting, so a discussion of the Anglo-Saxon culture as revealed in Beowulf would certainly be appropriate, enlightening and interesting….

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  • SILAS MARNER

How do people cope with severe setbacks?

People have the tendency to cope with major setbacks by quickly shifting into what is known as a “comfort zone”. This is an area in our mind and sometimes within our bodies where we run to and try…

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  • SILAS MARNER

How does Silas spend his time?

Silas spends his time weaving. It is not only his vocation, but also the occupation that mostly keeps his mind busy. He has gone through enough sadness and pain to care about people, and he has…

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  • INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY

Discuss thoughts on Nissim Ezekiel as a poet.

I think that you can make a fairly strong argument as to how Ezekiel represents one of the modern voices of Indian English poetry. Ezekiel seeks to bring together the domains of the English…

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  • ELIZABETHAN DRAMA

Can anybody tell me about Elizabethan verse and prose?

Elizabethan Drama evolved from the Miracle. Mystery, and Morality plays of the Middle Ages. Perhaps the most famous of these plays is Everyman. The biggest step came with the so called “school…

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  • ESSAY LAB

To what extent do we need evidence to support our beliefs in different areas of knowledge?

In fact, we do not always need to give evidence to our beliefs when talking about knowledge. We have two different parts of knowledge. One is about what is abstract like talking about beauty, for…

  • BUSINESS

What are different stages in the evolution of money?

I would say that there are three (or perhaps 2) stages in the evolution of money. The first would be barter. This is the one that you might not want to call “money” because there is no money…

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  • MACBETH

Can anyone help me summarize Macbeth?

The play is about a great soldier Macbeth whose fate is tempted by 3 witches. He decides with the help of his wife to kill the king in order to take over Scotland. Once he kills, his paranoia…

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  • LET THE GREAT WORLD SPIN

In Let the Great World Spin, what does “Remember ‘nam, Sam” mean, or what does it refer to?This…

Whenever you come across the term “Nam” in American English, it refers to Vietnam. So this is just an anti-war slogan. As you say, this is one of the things people think the man might be doing….

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  • HARD TIMES

What is the conclusion of the novel Hard Times?

At the end of this excellent novel, we are shown the futures that the omniscient and god-like narrator assigns to each of the central characters. There does seem to be a certain extent to which…

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  • SIEGFRIED SASSOON

What are the differences and similarities between “The Death Bed” by Siegfried Sassoon and “The…

Jessie Pope’s “The Call” has an essentially iambic rhythm ( ^ / ) that is varied by trochees ( / ^ ). Trochees are used for emphasis primarily in the stanzas’ first lines (e.g., Who’s’ for^ /…

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  • ISLAMIC LITERATURE

explain sunnah in briefsunnah is a kind of itikaf

When one talk about sunnah, he or she needs to talk about the Prophet, Muhammed’s deeds, words and the things that he agrees about or the things that he leaves open. This means that sunnah is the…

  • WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

Examine Shakespeare’s portrayal of history with reference to his historical plays?plz answer in…

First, it must remembered that Shakespeare was playwright, NOT a historian. He used the history plays to make points about war and power. The end of the Plantagenet family as the rulers of…

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  • SCIENCE

Do you think the method of science is a better way for gaining truth than other methods? Explain…

This question is really good. In my understanding, the scientific method isn’t about gaining truth at all. Rather, it’s about gaining an ever increasingly detailed and supported understanding of…

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  • TEACHERS

Change in Teaching PracticesHow have recent reforms in education altered your teaching practices?

There is no doubt about it. Changes in education have impacted everything that is done in the classroom, and have certainly changed my approach to it. The need to address high stakes standardized…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

Show how is the father-son relation progressing throughout Death of a Salesman and discuss the…

To a great extent, I sense that the relationship that emerges throughout the play is one where the son understands better the shortcomings of the father. I think that Biff understands that his…

 


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