Interpret the closing passage in “Araby.”

Interpret the closing passage in “Araby.”

  • ARABY

Interpret the closing passage in “Araby.”

“Araby” ends with this passage: Gazing up into the darkness I saw myself as a creature driven and derided by vanity; and my eyes burned with anguish and anger. The narrator speaks these words…

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  • REFERENCE

Crips and Bloods unite as one increase the peaceMake sure yall check out my enotes page cause you…

Gotta love the idea of Crips and Bloods finding common ground.

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  • 1984

The photograph of Aaronson, Jones and Rutherford Ok so i have been searching and searching and…

Winston throws the photo in the memory hole because it is his job to rewrite history. Whatever comes across his desk is his responsibility, and he secretly suspects that others in his department…

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  • SCIENCE

How should I design a poster to show CO2 sequestration for a competition?

A good design could be one that uses flow chart symbols to diagram the various processes that are currently being researched to absorb excess CO2 from the atmosphere and store it for an indefinite…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Miller uses irony and pathos to elicit underlying themes and conflicts within The Crucible….

Irony and pathos are developed throughout the play; both contribute a great deal to the power of Miller’s drama. There is much to pity in the play.The suffering of the innocent evokes our…

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

How do the Duke and the King behave toward each other after they are back on the raft in Mark…

After Huck escapes from the mob scene at the cemetary, he and Jim shove off shore and set back down the river; however, the King and Duke catch up–unfortunately! At this point the King and Duke…

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  • THE YELLOW WALLPAPER

In “The Yellow Wallpaper,” what is the signifcance of the woman behind the yellow wallpaper?

In “The Yellow Wallpaper,” the unnamed woman narrating the short story is virtually a prisoner in a small yellow room with horrendous yellow wallpaper. She is staying at this small summer house…

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  • MATH

Math word problem.Two dump trucks have capacities of 10 tons and 12 tons. They make a total of 20…

In case it would be helpful, I’m going to annotate the previous answer so you know what bryerbunny was doing. Let x= truck Actually, x is the number of round trips made by the 10 ton truck and y…

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  • BY THE WATERS OF BABYLON

In “By the Waters of Babylon,” what three clues does the author give to the identity of the Place…

There are numerous clues throughout the story that the Place of the Gods is New York City. John, the narrator, speaks of Ou-dis-sun, the Sacred, the Long, a reference to the Hudson River. His…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the philosophy of nursing and how does the human individual and the environment interact?

The philosophy of nursing is care of the ill and injured patient. Most nursing schools teach a “holistic” approach which means that the total individual be treated regardless of whats wrong with…

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  • THE DEVIL’S ARITHMETIC

In “The Devil’s Arithmetic,” why does everyone in the wedding party follow the soldiers orders,…

In “The Devil’s Arithmetic,” as with other novels about this time period, you must understand that the elders in the Jewish community encouraged the youth not to rebel. It was their hope that by…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Can psychologists control and predict human behaviours, and how?Add examples.

They certainly try to predict human behaviors. As you go into more depth in your psychology classes, you will cover the thousands of different studies that people have conducted in an attempt to…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

Where is Boxer buried after his death in Animal Farm?

One of the saddest parts of the novel is the fate of Boxer. He was sold to the “knacker” A knacker is a person who kills the animals and then cuts up the body for its meat, meat by-products, and…

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  • GRAMMAR

Not to mention I was also very loud and hard to keep track of because I never wanted to sit…

“Not to mention” is considered an introductory phrase which can be omitted since it does not effect the meaning of your sentence to take it out altogether. So, I would punctuate your sentence as…

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  • JOHN STEINBECK

What keeps George and Lennie together in Of Mice and Men?

Their mutual dependence on one another is what keeps George and Lennie together. Lennie stays with George because he has no other option. His only family, his aunt, has passed away, and he has the…

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  • LOVE’S LABOR’S LOST

I am doing a Berowne’s speech from 5.2 for an audition for Love’s Labor’s Lost. What is Berowne’s…

Objectives and intentions and the whole Stanislavsky school of acting were created long after Shakespeare. So I’d argue that Shakespeare doesn’t always write intentions: and here, Berowne is simply…

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  • MACBETH

Is Macbeth a tragedy of destiny or a tragedy of character?Is Macbeth a tragedy of destiny or a…

Macbeth could be seen as a tragedy of both destiny and character; however, with Shakespeare, he prefers to point out the weaknesses in individuals as well as society. The best answer would be that…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What are some literary terms or elements in Romeo and Juliet Act 4 Scene 1?

In this scene Shakespeare uses alliteration with the letter “s.” Paris says, “That she doth give her sorrow so much sway” When Juliet has to double-talk in front of Paris, she is trying to speak…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

How does Shakespeare use language to show love in Romeo and Juliet?How does Shakespeare use…

This is a broad question. I recommend narrowing it down to a specific scene to help you. In general, Shakespeare uses poetic language in iambic pentameter to express love in the play. His…

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  • BARTLEBY THE SCRIVENER, A TALE OF WALL STREET

In “Bartleby the Scrivner” what might Melville have meant by the line “Ah, Bartleby! Ah, Humanity!”

This quotation comes at the end of an addendum the lawyer supposedly added to the story. In it, he tells of a rumor that Bartelby had been fired from a job at the dead letter department in the Post…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

How can love effect man’s judgement in “A Rose for Emily” ?

It appears from the beginning that Emily’s father is very controlling. However, it can be looked at as if he loves her so much that he truly believes that no one is good enough for his daughter….

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  • A SEPARATE PEACE

In A Separate Peace, how do the ways Gene, Finny, and Leper play blitzball reveal their characters?

Blitzball does reveal the boys’ characters very clearly. After inventing the game, Finny played it with abandon, pushing himself to top his previous day’s performance. He played with an…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In Death of a Salesman, what does Biff learn?In Death of a Salesman, what does Biff learn?

At the conclusion of the play, Biff has learned, or at least finally acknowledged, the truth about his own life and his father’s life. He tells his father that they are both “a dime a dozen” and…

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  • A SEPARATE PEACE

Why does Gene return to Devon after fifteen years in A Separate Peace, and what does this suggest…

Gene returns to his school to relive the events that occurred there, beginning in the summer of 1942, that culminated in Finny’s death. His seeks to understand the boy he had been and the man he…

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  • ENGLISH TEACHERS

Analyzing poets / authorsHello! I would like for the students with which I am working to gain a…

www.webenglishteacher.com is a good website for teaching literature in general, and it often has links to other sites that give more information about the authors.

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

In “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” what are the descriptions that Huck gives of the…

Since Mark Twain spent a lot of his actual life on the Mississippi River, he was able to give very detailed descriptions about the river itself, and we can trust them to be accurate representations…

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  • REFERENCE

List five benefits of teaching that you would like to share.List five benefits of teaching that…

There are many benefits to becomming a teacher. A few that I can think of are: 1. Being a teacher allows you to be a life long learner. Each day is a new experience and I feel that I learn…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

I’m curious as to the significance of “Doctor T.J. Eckleburg”.At several points in the novel…

The significance of “Doctor TJ Eckleberg” is a symbolic one in the novel “The Great Gatsby”. The narrator, Nick, refers to this billboard numerous times as he or those in his company rive…

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

In The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn, why does Hines claim that the duke and the king are frauds?…

Hines, a husky man in the crowd of townspeople, says he saw the king in a canoe the day before Peter Wilks funeral. People aren’t sure whether to believe him or not so finally the real Harvey Wilks…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

According to Jared Diamond, what are the 3 major elements that seperate the world’s “haves” from…

According to Jared Diamond’s theory, after much research, he determined that there are several elements that separate societies into successful or unsuccessful are: -Geography -Immunity and…

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  • A TALE OF TWO CITIES

How does A Tale of Two Cities connect to Charles Dickens’ life?I’m coming up with a topic…

Even though the novel “A Tale of Two Cities” is about England and Paris during the French Revolution, and it happened 70 years before Charles Dickens was born, one of the themes of the nove is the…

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  • SHOOTING AN ELEPHANT

Do you think Orwell should have shot the elephant?

Since you preface your question with ” Do you think…,” I will for once express my personal opinion. Given the fact that the elephant had run ‘must’ (meaning gone a bit crazy), had killed a…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

Can I say the most themes have their origin in the setting? Most themes have their original in…

Are you suggesting that the most of the themes in “The Great Gatsby originate with the setting or that all themes in most literature find their origin in the setting? In either case, I think you…

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  • THE WESTING GAME

When did Table #1 forfeit the check in The Westing Game?

When the eight pairs of heirs are first assembled in Sam Westing’s house for the reading of the will (in Chapter 7 entitled “The Westing Game”) the first $10,000 checks are distributed. Table #1…

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  • MACBETH

What was the purpose of act IV scence II in the play Macbeth?

This scene is important for three reasons. First of all, it shows a family life that is not shown in the household of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. It is to show the contrast between the two couples…

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  • SCIENCE

The density of water is 1.00g/mL at 4’C. How many water molecules are present in 2.56mL of water…

Density = mass/volume. Mass = Density * Volume. Given density = 1g/ml Volume = 2.56 ml Mass = 1 * 2.56 = 2.56 g. We know 1 mole contain 6.02 x 10^23 molecules. Moles = mass/molar mass =…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

If Jack had been elected leader and Ralph appointed hunter, would the story have ended…

Ralph would probably not have been a good hunter. He most likely would not have painted his face to blend in with his surroundings like Jack did. He wouldn’t have had the stealth or the patience….

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  • SCIENCE

List the three types of environments that can be found outside of cells. Include a brief…

I think you might be asking about the 3 different osmotic conditions a cell might find itself in. Isotonic is the normal cell environment where water moves in and out of the cell freely and…

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  • HISTORY

What were the motives of the crusaders during the first crusade?

The first crusade was mounted to specifically rescue the Holy Land, Jerusalem from the Muslims and return it to the Christian faith. Urged by Pope Urban II in 1095, who made an inspiration speech…

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  • MANIAC MAGEE

Where did Maniac go in Maniac Magee?

I am not sure if you are asking where Maniac went at any particular point in the story, but here is a brief rundown of his ramblings throughout the course of the narrative: Maniac was born in…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

What is the book “The Great Gatsby” about?

This novel is about life after World War I. Times and values were changing fast. The morals were “loosening up” and the fashions were getting riskier for women. Those with money were spending…

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  • GHOSTS

What is the significance of the title of Ibsen’s “Ghosts”?

The title has two different meanings in this play. The first meaning relates to the expression “skeletons in the closet.” Everyone in the play has a closet filled with skeletons, ghosts of things…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

I need a detailed paragraph of everything that happend in Calpurnia’s dream in The Tragedy of…

In Act II of the play Calpurnia begs Caesar to stay home from the Roman Senate. Terrible and supernatural events have happened in Rome during the stormy night, and Calpurnia has had a disturbing…

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  • MACBETH

”Where we are there’s daggers in men’s _____.” Can some one tell me the rest of this Quote…

“…there’s daggers in men’s smiles.” Donalbain says this line in Act 2, Scene 3 just as he and Malcolm (Duncan’s sons) decide to flea to Ireland and England, respectively. They fear that whoever…

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  • KANTHAPURA

What is the theme of Kanthapura by Raja Rao?

The most powerful themes from Rao’s work come from the retelling the success and struggle of the Indian independence movement. This notion of struggle and perseverance is something that can be…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In the conclusion of Death of a Salesman, why is Biff more determined to tell Willy the truth…

After leaving Willy alone in the restaurant, Biff and Happy return home to find their mother furious with them and their behavior. Linda has finally had enough of both of them. She orders them to…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In Death of a Salesman, why does Biff steal Bill Oliver’s pen?

Biff stole while growing up and he steals as an adult. He takes what he wants without hesitation. He blames his father for this habit because Willy did not punish him for stealing when he was young…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

In The Great Gatsby, why does Fitzgerald include a catalog of Gatsby’s guests?

In the beginning of Chapter IV, Fitzgerald includes a list of Gatsby’s party guests. The purpose of the catalog is to emphasize the social differences between people who live in East Egg and those…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How can you prevent happening of people stealing?How can you prevent happening of people stealing?

Since you are posting this in social sciences, I will assume that you are thinking about preventing the behavior from a societal view, as opposed to loss prevention. People steal for a variety of…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

Discuss the idea that As You Like It may be called a romance incarnate.

As You Like It could be said to be a “romance incarnate” because it explores very many facets of romance. There is the unrequited love of Corin for Phebe, in which Phebe doesn’t appreciate Corin or…

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