In Death of a Salesman, what harm and what good does Willy’s death do?

In Death of a Salesman, what harm and what good does Willy’s death do?

  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In Death of a Salesman, what harm and what good does Willy’s death do?

I have changed your question as it asked more than one question. The part of the play that you would benefit from analysing is the Requiem, the last section when the characters are together after…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

How do you begin an essay on Animal Farm?

You have asked a massive question that is very dependent on what your actual essay title is. If you have just been told to write an essay on this novel you need to think about what theme or…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

Who were the littluns in Lord of the Flies?

In Lord of the Flies, the littluns are the smaller boys on the island. As stated in the above response, there does not seem to be a definitive age at which the boys are considered either littluns…

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  • THE OUTSIDERS

How does belonging relate to “The Outsiders?”

I will take this from a socio- economic point of view. If we examine the rivalry between the Socs and the Greasers from a class standpoint, the work reflects how those individuals who are…

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  • DULCE ET DECORUM EST

How is irony shown in Wilfred Owen’s poem “Dulce et Decorum Est”?I understand what irony is, but…

Remember that irony refers in general to any difference between appearance and reality. In the First World War, the brutality of what occurred in the trenches and during the war generally severely…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

Discuss George and Lennie’s past and explain why this is important to our understanding of the…

At various times throughout the book, George refers to Lennie getting in trouble on a regular basis, and he tries to condition him not to, or that, if he does, he remembers to come to their spot at…

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  • PRELUDES

What does “his” refer to?

The identity represented by “His” in line 39 is not clear, and is subject to . We may assume that a general person is intended, one of the representative nonentities who live in one of the…

  • PRELUDES

Who is the “you”?

We may presume that the “you” in the third stanza is female because of the image of the curled papers in the hair; while it may be open to interpretation, this seems reasonable with other…

  • BUSINESS

Discuss the four major components of an OSHA inspection.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was established by congress as a result of the passing of the occupational safety and health act. The primary purpose and mission of OSHA is…

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  • PRELUDES

What do the stanzas focus on?

This poem reflects Eliot’s early poetry in the imagist tradition. He presents little vignettes almost cinematically, as though he had selected them through the process of montage. The images of…

  • POETRY

In “I Know I’m Not Sufficently Obscure”, what are the references to in Ray Durem’s poem?

The references are to a “lavender word,” a black soldier, and “an autumn leaf.” The first and third are often indicative of peace, even though a “lavender” word suggests that the…

  • POETRY

Who is the “you” in Durem’s “I Know I’m not Sufficiently Obscure”?

In this poem Durem’s speaker grants that he does not write poetry that is intellectual and replete with poetic ornament such as imagery, but rather he believes in poetic commitment—the poet who…

  • KUBLA KHAN

What is the union in the poem?

To the speaker, the magical union is represented by the image of the singing maid; she is an incentive to him to aspire to goals that he has not yet seen but has only imagined. The poem concludes…

  • KUBLA KHAN

Does the poem seem finished?

The poem does not seem unfinished, although the abrupt switch at line 37 from landscape description to the far simpler, human, and quiet image of the damsel points in a new direction that Coleridge…

  • KUBLA KHAN

What type of images are conveyed?

The present invention provides a method of monitoring a predetermined type of molecule conveyed through a gaseous medium. The method comprises that step of positioning at least one electronic…

  • ESSAY LAB

i have been asked to do an oral,about Australian Troops in Afgan, i would like to know what you…

Good Afternoon/Morning Students/ Mrs Daff There has been talk of Australia’s position in the war in Afghanistan and whether or not we should sacrifice more solders for a war to which we have no…

  • HISTORY

how did the Victoria America time period shape oour views on gender and immigration?

Since its inception, America has been considered a land of opportunity for people around the world. The fabric of our nation is woven by immigrant experiences. However, the current immigration…

  • KUBLA KHAN

What kind of poem is it?

This poem is a virtuoso piece in every major respect, even though we have only a fragment of a much longer work that Coleridge had planned to write. We can only regret that the fatal knock on the…

  • SCIENCE

Write the ratio of the atoms present in the formula of each: ammonia (NH4), calcium hydroxide…

A chemical formula describes all of the elements present and their ratios to one another for a single molecule of a particular chemical. The identities of the elements are denoted by their one or…

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  • SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE

What is the speaker talking about in #14, “If Thou Must Love Me, Let it Be for Nought”?

The speaker is female, as is indicated in line 3. The poem itself may be considered as a part of a previous discussion in which her suitor has stated that he loves her for a variety of reasons,…

  • WILLIAM BLAKE

How is creation used in “The Tyger”?

Creation is a kinesthetic image; other such images include burning, flying, seizing, twisting, hammering, and grasping. These images, including that of the blacksmith, suggest powerful muscularity….

  • LITERATURE

Compare and contrast Brechtian and Aristotelian Theatre.

This sounds like an essay topic, so I’ll give you a few points of comparison to get you started. Please also use the link below to more information on writing a comparison/contrast essay. Probably…

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  • REFERENCE

Foreign Language ClassesThis is not a place to post advertisements.

I am not sure that your class focuses on speaking. You can use latin for reading. Latin is valuable for reading because you can go back to the original source for historical documents and…

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  • WILLIAM BLAKE

Is “The Tyger” contemporary?

“The Tyger” is one of Blake’s best-known poems, to be contrasted with “The Lamb”. The large predator as a symbol of evil is readily understood; our tradition abounds with fearsome images…

  • THE FISH

Describe the fish.

The fish is very ugly. It is described in such detail to give us a sense of its identity and therefore its value. The fish has been caught before and has, on five previous occasions, broken the…

  • THE FISH

What types of actions are described?

The actions imaged in the poem are (a) the catching of the fish and holding him out of the water by the speaker, (b) the fish’s absolute passivity (line 7), (c) the movement of his gills as he…

  • THE UNKNOWN CITIZEN

Compare/contrast the duties required of the citizen in Auden’s”The Unknown Citizen” and the…

Both Hardy’s and Auden’s poems concern themselves with an ironic observation about life and the power of each individual. With the subject of “The Man He Killed” being the death of an unknown…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

I’m writing a journal from Boo Radley’s perspective. Do you have any ideas of things I can write…

Well, from what we know about Boo Radley, he is locked up (whether by choice or force) in that house at the end out the street. So, to write from his perspective, you wouldn’t have to wonder about…

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  • ARTHUR MILLER

The Crucible ♥You all MUST have read “The Crucible”. If you have not had the chance to read the…

I guess you could say that it empowers the girls. They would surely have been pretty powerless before — being young and female in that society would not give you much power. But then when they…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

I need a thesis/concept sentence and a topic sentence on the theme ‘power and passion of young…

I think that with the construction of any thesis statement, you would have to go back to the original task or writing assignment and see if there are certain elements that have to be integrated…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

What is a thesis statement for Boxer and Napoleon?

Consulting the original assignment and assessing if there are any stipulations or requirements would be considerably helpful in your task. You might have to include some elements that would help…

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  • THE NECKLACE

Is there a theme of material possessions in the short story “The Necklace?”

There is definitely a theme regarding the need for possessions in “the Necklace.” The young woman in the story, Mathilde, has a comfortable life, but does not have the materials possessions (fancy…

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  • ARTS

Photography and selling picturesDoes anyone know of any good sites to sell photographs that I…

Another two I know about that you might want to check out is www.freeimages.co.uk or www.freelanceuk.com. Not too sure if they are just for UK, but worth checking out. Otherwise, as epollock says,…

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  • ANZIA YEZIERSKA

What are conflicts in the story “The Lost Beautifulness” by Anzia Jezierska?

There are a number of conflicts in the short story “The Lost Beautifulness” by Anzia Jezierska. One of the conflicts in the story exists between Hanneh and her husband. While she has scrimped and…

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  • ANZIA YEZIERSKA

Hanneh and Mrs. Preston discuss the rent situation. What does this suggest about the differences…

Mrs. Preston is at a loss to know what to do to help Hanneh. She has been speaking at some length to Hanneh about democracy, which Hanneh has fully embraced, but Mrs. Preston has no sense as to how…

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  • ANZIA YEZIERSKA

Describe Mrs. Preston. What does she represent for Hanneh?The Lost of Beautifulness” by Anzia…

I am only allowed to answer one question. The other must be listed separately. Mrs. Preston is Hanneh’s employer. Hanneh does laundry for Mrs. Preston who is a wealthy woman. She is, however,…

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  • HISTORY

List 4 elements found in Islamic architecture style….

There is some variability in Islamic architecture, over time and country to country because there is heterogeneity even within a culture. I am going to give you four elements that I see, and I…

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  • HISTORY

What do almost all mosques or houses in Arab areas contain?…

Almost every mosque and traditionally all houses and buildings in areas of the Arab World contain a courtyard known as a sehan, which are surrounded on all sides by rooms and sometimes an arcade….

  • HAMLET

Overall, one can sense the compassion of Hamlet, but what lines from the play would indicate such…

Hamlet is not, by nature, a hard-hearted person. He has been pushed to harden himself in order to find out how deeply lies the evil in the palace following his father’s murder, and his father’s…

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  • MATH

A cheetah is pursuing an impala. The impala is running in a straight line constant speed of 16…

The initial speeds of the impala and the cheetah are 16m/s and 20 m/s. The cheetah has a decileration of 1m/s^2. So the distance travelled by cheetah in t seconds is given by s(t) = ut+(1/2)at^2,…

  • HISTORY

What was the trademark of Sassanid architecture? http://www.islamic-architecture.info/A-HIST.htm

an iwan- which is vaulted hall or space, walled on three sides, with one end entirely open

  • HISTORY

What type of mosque form introduced large domes? http://www.islamic-architecture.info/A-HIST.htm

Mosques from the Anatolia area of the Ottoman Empire circa the 15th century were central dome mosques

  • HISTORY

What is the most notable hypostyle of mosque?http://www.islamic-architecture.info/A-HIST.htm

the Mezquita in Córdoba, Spain

  • THINGS FALL APART

An African proverb states “It takes a village to raise a child.” How does this statement reflect…

In Thing Fall Apart, education and child-rearing are openly integrated into tribal life and not, like Western culture has it, private and independent institutions. A young child is primarily…

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  • REFERENCE

ChristianityDid Jesus Christ die on the cross? Arguments are required with references and evidences.

There really is no way to give evidence for this. Christians of course believe that Jesus did die on the cross. The reasoning here is that he was both truly God and truly man. If he was truly…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What role does the White Clown play in Fahrenheit 451?

The white clowns are part of a TV show. They are cartoon characters who do silly and violent things to one another, such as chop off one anothers’ limbs. The show is filled with one violent act…

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  • FLANNERY O’CONNOR

Explain why Flannery O’Connor feels violence is necessary in her stories to get the attention of…

Flannery O’Connor often uses violence in her stories for a number of reasons. In the first place, O’Connor felt that most human beings, at least in the modern era, live complacent, comfortable,…

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  • HISTORY

What made Italy turn from the Triple Alliance to the Entente?

What most historians say is that Italy turned away from an alliance with Germany and Austria-Hungary and toward an alliance with France and Great Britain out of greed. The Italians claimed that…

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  • HISTORY

True or False: The Truth in Lending Act outlines procedures for settling credit card billing…

I think that with any question that comes from another source in a class, I would suggest checking with any references given in class to support your answers before going anywhere else. That being…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

How would the story change if Faulkner told it himself in his own voice, rather than through a…

Since the story is fiction, any narrator telling the story would not be exactly Faulkner. So, I think you are really asking what effect it has to have a first person plural narrator for the story,…

 


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