In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, what kept the morals of Salem from spoiling?

In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, what kept the morals of Salem from spoiling?

  • THE RED BADGE OF COURAGE

What challenging or stressful situations does Henry face in The Red Badge of Courage?What…

Henry’s greatest worry in The Red Badge of Courage is how he will react when he finally goes into battle. Most of the other men in his regiment have the same concerns, since none of them have ever…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, what kept the morals of Salem from spoiling?

The answer to this can be found before the actual action of the play starts — it is in the notes that Miller includes before Act I starts. According to Miller, it was “hard work,” rather than the…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

” It ‘s simple enough,” he said. ” send her word to have her place cleaned up. give her a certain…

In “A Rose For Emily,” at a certain point in the story, a terrible smell is emitted from the house. The “elders” of the town try to meet with Miss Emily to discuss the problem. First of all, she…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Is this a good introduction paragraph?I previously posted a question. I fixed my intro….

Hey, I like what you found in terms of an attention grabber or hook. This completely grabbed my attention and made me wonder what the paper would be about. I would encourage at this point that you…

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  • THE RED CONVERTIBLE

“They don’t fix them in those places,” Mom said; ” They give them drugs.” Why is this quote from…

The quote, “They don’t fix them in those places,” Mom said; “They give them drugs” can have several different meanings. This quote deals with the condition of her son Henry who left for the war and…

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  • THE ROCKING-HORSE WINNER

What are some supernatural elements in “The Rocking-Horse Winner”?

In D.H. Lawrence’s “The Rocking-Horse Winner,” there are several elements of the supernatural. As the boy Paul grows up in a house where money is the major concern of his mother, the house seems to…

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  • MATH

How would I factor equations like this? x^2 + 3x + 2. or x^2 – 2x – 15thank you

There are two quadratic expressions given. x^2+3x+2 and x^2-2x-15. To find the factors. 1) To find the factors of x^2+3x+2, we split the middle term 3x into two terms in sich a way that the…

  • SCIENCE

How would I solve these atoms/mass/mole problems?Find the # of atoms of phosphorus (P) in 3.44…

There are two basic relationships that you need to learn and remember and then mole/mass/atoms problems will be easy to do. First, one mole of any substance, whether it is an element or a compound…

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  • SCIENCE

If you know only the following information can you always determine what the element is?…

The key to this is first to understand that in a neutral atom, the number of positive protons and negative electrons is always equal. Secondly, the number of protons is always the atomic number of…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

Could you help me rewrite the roles of the main characters to create a new outcome in the story…

This sounds like a school assignment for you! In order to approach this task, I recommend you take two characters as they are and give them one more trait or dimension. For example, if George was…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Is “The Star Spangled Banner” mandatory in public schools? Is it a law that a child sing “The…

Although there may be some school districts that mandate that the United States’ national anthem, “The Star Spangled Banner,” be played during school or school-affiliated events, there is no…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the symbol and number of neutrons in one atom of each of these elements?Barium, Carbon,…

For the list of elements provided, the atomic symbol and the number of neutrons in the nucleus of each atom is: Barium’s symbol is Ba and the number of protons is 56 Carbon’s symbol is C and…

  • SCIENCE

Give the symbol and number of electrons in a NEUTRAL atom of: Uranium, Boron, Antimony, Chlorine,…

The number of electrons in a neutral atom is the atom’s atomic number. For the given list of elements the symbols and the atomic number can be seen from the periodic table. The relevant details…

  • BEOWULF

How does Beowulf preparation for battle differ from when he fought the dragon and Grendel?v

Beowulf battles three major foes throughout the course of the epic poem of the same name: Grendel, Grendel’s Mother, and the dragon. When Beowulf fights his first battle against Grendel, he is a…

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  • SCIENCE

The mass # is used to calculate the number of__in 1 atom of an element. In order to calculate the…

The atomic mass of an atom is the sum of the number of protons and neutrons that it has in its nucleus. The mass of protons and neutron varies slightly as is generally taken as 1, and the mass of…

  • SCIENCE

Fill in the blank: The number of protons in an atom of an element determines the atom’s___, and…

The number of protons in an atom of an element determines the atom’s atomic number, and the number of electrons determines charge of an element.

  • THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER

In “The Fall of the House of Usher,” Roderick is roaming the house and goes to the narrator’s…

Unfortunately, I have had to edit your question down to just one question according to enotes regulations. It is after the death and internment of his sister’s corpse, Madeline, that Roderick…

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  • THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS

What was the main conflict in The Boy in the Striped Pajamas?

The main conflict in the novel is one of friendship. Particularly, the conflict resides in how friendship can transcend the conditions of circumstances and contingency. The loyalty shared by…

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  • POLITICAL SCIENCE

What should be the focus of US foreign policy now?What should be the focus of US foreign policy now?

In my opinion, US foreign policy needs to focus (in the long term) on helping make the world as a whole more prosperous. I think that widespread prosperity holds the key to world peace. Right now,…

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  • POLITICAL SCIENCE

Should American be more isolationist or internationalist? Why?Should American be more…

In my opinion, the US should be more internationalist in nonmilitary ways and more isolationist militarily. I think that we really need to be involved in the world as much as we can be. We need to…

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  • HAMLET

What does the ghost tell Hamlet to do in the early part of Hamlet?

In Act I Sc. V of Hamlet, the ghost of Hamlet’s father speaks to Hamlet. The ghost tells Hamlet to do three things. a) The ghost informs him that he was not killed by a snake bite, as most people…

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  • POLITICAL SCIENCE

How could we balance business and environmental protection when making laws?How could we balance…

There is no easy way to do this because these two things are really pretty opposed to one another (in many cases). There is no way to make rules that will completely satisfy both environmentalists…

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  • MACBETH

What is the essential moral issue in MacBeth?

The essential moral issue in Macbeth seems to be conscience versus personal gain. Would you commit an immoral act if that action meant that you and your family would be financially sound for the…

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  • THE WAVE

What other methods can be used to unite a group that are not used in The Wave?

Groups can be united in many ways. In school, groups find unity through shared activities and shared interests. We see this exemplified in clubs and sports teams. Also in classrooms, group…

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  • THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER

In what ways might Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher” be seen as a message regarding family…

In Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher,” perhaps what the reader sees is the deterioration of Roderick and Madeline Usher’s family, specifically its health: physical and mental. The cause of…

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  • HISTORY

What was the most serious problem facing workers in the 1920s?

According to most historians who are interested in labor issues, the major problem in the 1920s was the weakening of labor unions. Historians argue that this led to many of the problems that…

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  • I WILL BEAR WITNESS: A DIARY OF THE NAZI YEARS, 1933-1941

What leads up to Klemperer’s change in purpose and tone in his diary, I Will Bear Witness: A…

Klemperer began incorporating a record of the effects of Hitler’s regime into his life-long habit of diary writing from the beginning of Hitler’s entrance to power. Klemperer noted the changes that…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the “living matter” in cells called?

The material you are referring to is called protoplasm. However, this is a term generally not used in modern biology texts. It refers to the material within the confines of the cell membrane. Some…

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  • REFERENCE

For which one of the following reason he went down in language skill. A second grader (ESL)…

While I believe that this second-grade student missed a great deal in all three areas, I would select number two as the correct response. My reasoning for this is as follows: “Content-area lessons”…

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  • THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO

How was the narrator treated in the past?

Montressor, the narrator of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado,” never specifically defines what actions were made against him by Fortunato to earn such hatred. Montressor tells us in the…

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  • GIRL

Discuss the theme and other story points in “Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid.

Jamaica Kincaid’s portrays a mother advising her daughter in how to become a woman. The short story “Girl” is a list of bits of seemingly random advice from the mother to her daughter. In…

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  • SCIENCE

Explain about traits of mammals.

Mammals are organisms that give birth to live young, contain mammary glands which females use to produce milk to nourish their young. Mammals have hair or fur and are warm-blooded. Most mammals…

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  • RELIGION

In what ways was early Christianity shaped and defined by Hebrew and Greco-Roman…

Great question. The most obvious point is that the Jews and those of a Greco-Roman culture antedate Christianity. Hence, when Christianity came into being, many Jews, Greek and Roman embraced…

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  • PLATO’S REPUBLIC

Who were the drones specifically in Plato’s Republic Book 9?

Specifically, I do not think that the drones are any individuals in particular. Instead, they are part of the personality of a certain type of individual. The drones are the part of a person’s…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

I have just started reading the Great Gatsby and am struggling.How is Fitzgerald portraying…

This novel’s setting is what is referred to as “The Jazz Age” – a period of time in between the two world wars (after WWI and before WWII). During this time, American society became very focused on…

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  • RELIGION

What are the social and political consequences of Jesus’s sermon on the Mount in the Gospel of…

In reference to the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus spoke to his hearers hoping for great change. See, they had heard about living differently, but in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus begins to ask for…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What is the name of the owner of Tim Johnson, the crazy dog?I know the person’s last name is…

Tim Johnson was a dog owned by Mr. Harry Johnson who drove the Mobile bus and lived on the southern edge of town. Tim is described as a liver-colored bird dog and “the pet of Maycomb”. In chapter…

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  • MISS BRILL

In the short story Miss Brill what in the story seems to be a symbol of Miss Brill? and what are…

The symbol of Ms. Brill is her prized fur. It is locked up in a box, comes out when it is time to take a special outing, is “frozen in time”, hidden in the dark and, in the words of the young…

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  • MATH

A 3-D figue is made with 11 cubes. The top view is 5 squares. What is the greatest number of…

To begin with, you know that five squares can be seen when a person looks down on the figure. Each stack must be at least one square tall. Therefore, you can conclude that five of the eleven cubes…

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  • SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE

Discuss BLAKE’S use of imagery and symbolism with detailed reference to specific poems in his…

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  • THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

I have a project due on The Old Man and the Sea but am confused with how to start. Please give…

Your project on The Old Man and the Sea is an intriguing one, and I understand why it might seem a little overwhelming to you. You ask for some help getting started; by breaking it down into…

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  • HISTORY

What events led up to the creation of UNICEF? Why was it established?

The United Nations Children’s Fund (or UNICEF, first known as the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) was originally formed to aid children around the world in areas hit hardest…

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  • HAMLET

What do we learn about Hamlet’s feelings for Ophelia near beginning of play?

We don’t learn of Hamlet’s true feelings until the grave-side scene far later, and at the beginning his feelings for her appear to be quite conflicted. We know that both Polonius and Laertes have…

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  • LANGSTON HUGHES

can anybody write summary of the poem “I too sing america”by langston huges.I am unable to get…

This important poem by Hughes is in response to Whitman’s “I Hear America Singing.” It is in reference to the African American plight before the Civil Rights movement (circa the Harlem…

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  • THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES

Lily makes a Biblical allusion when the bees cover her. To what does she allude in The Secret…

The allusion comes on page 151 with the mention of “God,” “Moses,” and the “plagues.” The meaning of the allusion is directly explained in the text, so I encourage you to find it, read it, and see…

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  • THE TELL-TALE HEART

“The Tell-Tale Heart” is a story of madness and passion that depicts the darkness of human…

Madness and the dark side of human nature certainly seem to be two of the major themes of Poe’s classic short story. I’ve included some examples below. The murderer tries to explain to the reader…

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  • A&P

Characterize Sammy’s style of telling his storyWhat do you learn about him from the kind of…

Sammy is your typical teenager. His audience is definitely someone his own age whom he has no deference for and no preferential treatment in terms of his use of words. He has poor diction, from…

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  • TEACHERS

For which one of the following reason he went down in language skill.A second grader (ESL)…

The answer is all of the above, but the most important one is 2: Lack of peer interaction. There are indeed optimal moments for learning in the development of individuals, but when it comes to…

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  • OEDIPUS REX

Could Oedipus have prevented the prophecies from coming true?

I do not believe that Oedipus could have prevented the prophecies from coming true. First, the people of the time when the story originated believed in prophecies, usually presented by oracles….

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  • SCIENCE

Find the dot product of P=4,82i-2,33j+5,47k N and Q=-2,81i-6,09j+1,12k N

The dot product of two forces is given as the sum of the products of their x , y and z components. Here we have: P = 4.82i – 2.33j + 5.47 kN and Q = -2.81i – 6.09j + 1.12 kN Now the product of the…

 


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