Is “Araby” a good story based on New Criticism?”Araby” by James Joyce

Is “Araby” a good story based on New Criticism?”Araby” by James Joyce

  • THE TURN OF THE SCREW

At the end of The Turn of the Screw, who is Miles calling a devil when he yells,”Peter Quint–you…

This is a question to which the answer is illusive. An analysis of grammatical construction and for contextual logic may reveal an answer. Grammatically, Miles is addressing the governess who had…

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  • ARABY

Is “Araby” a good story based on New Criticism?”Araby” by James Joyce

From any critical vantage point, James Joyce’s “Araby” is a worthy story. However, as one of fifteen stories collected in The Dubliners– the last of the first part of the work–it forms an…

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  • THE EDIBLE WOMAN

Discuss the role that Duncan plays in The Edible Woman.

If Marion’s fiance Peter is the confident, well put together, organized, perfectionist – than Duncan is his opposite. I think what you have so far is a pretty accuate description of him – but let’s…

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  • MACBETH

What does Lady Macbeth mean by the line: ”… look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent…

This line is part of a speech that Lady M makes in Act One, Scene five. She is trying to convince Macbeth to become a villain and murder King Duncan. She encourages him to play the fabulous,…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

“The battle to be at peace with ourselves is the one that is often the most difficult…

The quote is something that I think perfectly explains John Proctor and Abigail Williams. It’s strange for me to be able to identify one quote that would fit both, but I think that it makes…

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  • THE RAPE OF THE LOCK

Describe “The Rape of the Lock” as a mock epic.

A mock epic is a parody which mocks (makes fun of) classic characteristics of a stereotypical epic. This happens when the text pokes fun at the idea of an epic hero or heroic literature. Typically,…

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  • HISTORY

History of AlexanderHis life history

Alexander (356-323 B.C.), was king of Macedonia known primarily for his conquest over many kingdoms of the world. Alexander son of Philip of Macedon and Olympias, princess of Epirus. Alexander’s…

  • THE LADY WITH THE PET DOG

How is Joyce Carol Oates version of “The Lady with the Pet Dog” postmodern literature?What are…

Postmodernism, the child of modernism having therefore many of the same characteristics though carried to new extremes in a mood of celebration, is characterized by fragmentation of time and…

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  • SCIENCE

Can somebody tell me the parts of a plant and their functions?example stem, leaf…

Plants are on of the five kingdoms into which all living things are divided by scientists, the other four being animals, fungi, protists, and monerans. A typical plant is made up of four main…

  • THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS

Why is John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress not a “novel”?

Perhaps The Pilgrim’s Progress, by John Bunyan is not considered a true novel by the standards of the time it was written, as the answer above argues; however, it does contain all the…

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  • BONTSHA THE SILENT

At the end of the story “Bontsha the Silent,” is the protagonist happy or sad?

Question: How many Jewish mothers does it take to change a lightbulb? Answer: None. “It’s alright, my children. I’ll sit in the dark.” Bontsha the Silent, the protagonist in I.L. Peretz’s famous…

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  • SCIENCE

What are diseases that may occur in the Muscular System?What are three pactrices to keep muscular…

There are too many diseases that effect the muscular system to mention. Many of them are brain disorders that effect the motor control areas in the frontal and parietal lobes of the brain. To…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

In what ways do group norms affect patterns of alcohol and drug use?How does the use of these…

The biggest contribution that group norms make to social drinking is that of binge drinking. In university and college, it is often the perception of individuals in a group that others in the…

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  • SCIENCE

Based on the information given, are either of the values a positive number? If so, what is the…

First, photosynthesis is the process of converting energy from sunlight into glucose from carbon dioxide and water, and oxygen. That glucose is then converted into pyruvate. During cellular…

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  • ROY CAMPBELL

What is an in-depth analysis of “The Zebras” by Roy Campbell?

I just reread the poem in order to be able to give you a more solid answer, and in this rereading what struck me most were two things: 1. The form of the poem: It’s a sonnet, obviously, and it’s…

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  • SCIENCE

Based on the information given, are either of the values a negative number? If so, what is the…

During photosynthesis, the chlorophyll that plants contain helps them perform a reaction which uses water and carbon dioxide. With the help of energy from sunlight, they are able to produce…

  • SCIENCE

Based on the table given, were either of the values a positive number? If so, what is the…

Respiration is a process by which an organism provides its cells with oxygen so that it can be used to break down complex organic compounds, releasing energy, water and carbon dioxide. The carbon…

  • SCIENCE

Based on the table given, were either of the values a positive number? If so, what is the…

First, photosynthesis is the process of converting energy from sunlight into glucose from carbon dioxide and water, and oxygen. That glucose is then converted into pyruvate. During cellular…

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  • SCIENCE

Basing on the information given, were either of the values a negative number? If so, what is the…

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  • SCIENCE

Based on the given information, do you have evidence that cellular respiration occured in leaves?…

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  • SCIENCE

basing on the given information, do you have evidence that photosynthesis occured in leaves?…

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  • SCIENCE

List 5 factors that might influence the rate of oxygen or carbon dioxide production or…

There are several factors that effect the rates of photosynthesis: Light intensity – the more light, the faster the rate (more O2 produced, and CO2 absorbed) Carbon dioxide concentration – more CO2…

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  • SCIENCE

What is meant by the chain of infection?

The chain of infection refers to how pathogenic microorganisms are transmitted. All “links in the chain” must be present in order for infection to occur. The sequence is as follows: 1. There must…

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  • SCIENCE

Why are vital signs called vital?

Vital signs are called vital because they are vital for your existence. Without healthy vital signs your life is at risk, and without them at all you are dead. They are essentially the bare…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the main reasons Americans are poor?According to a sociologist’s point of viee.

This is a matter of a great deal of controversy. Here are a couple of opposing viewpoints. First, there is the idea that the poor lack opportunities. People who believe this idea say that the…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the meaning of biopysical development?How would you discribe it?

Biophysical development is essentially the label that encompasses all of the physical, biological changes your body goes through as it develops in the womb, through infancy, childhood, adolescence,…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Who was waiting for the children when they came home from church service? Why?This is for the…

In Chapter 12, Jem and Scout go with Calpurnia to her church. When they come back home, they see their Aunt Alexandra waiting for them on the porch. She has come to Maycomb to live with Atticus…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Why did the Puritans survive the New World, whereas the Jamestown settlers didn’t in The Crucible?

First, please realize that Miller is not literally correct. Jamestown did not disappear and not all of its settlers were unable to survive. What he seems to be saying is that the Jamestown…

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  • THE THREE HERMITS

Are the three hermits in Leo Tolstoy’s “The Three Hermits” supernatural beings?

In order to answer the question of whether or not the three hermits in Tolstoy’s “The Three Hermits” are supernatural beings, it is necessary to do a textual analysis: look to and examine the words…

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  • HISTORY

Compare the civil reform of the 1800’s to the social reform today.I need help compairing the…

This is a fairly big topic. I am not sure that you will get a definitive answer from enotes or from one source, in general. I would say that social and civil reform from the 1800s to the present…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

What are the four reasons the Eurasians were able to conquer the Americans after 1492?This is…

The best place to find a brief version of this answer is on p. 370 in my copy of the book. According to Diamond, there are three sets of what he calls “ultimate factors” that are responsible for…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Which steps does government have to take to maintain full employment and low inflation?

In theory, this is simple. In practice it is very difficult — otherwise, there would never be problems with inflation or high unemployment. Basically, to have both of these things, government is…

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  • TRIFLES

Do you think Trifles is immoral? Explain, supporting your argument with evidence from the text.

Concerning the play, Trifles, and its morality or lack of it, it’s been said that the only immoral art is bad art. Whether or not one agrees with that, morality is not what the play is essentially…

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  • SCIENCE

What is lupus?I have heard that it can be compared to AIDS.

Lupus is an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system fails to distinguish between the body’s tissues and foreign invaders. Because of this the immune stem starts attacking otherwise healthy…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

In chapter 50 of Great Expectations, why has Magwitch become attached to Pip?

In Chapter L of Great Expectations, Herbert tends to Pip’s burn wounds and relates to Pip his rather intimate conversation with Provis (Magwitch). In the course of this conversation, Herbert tells…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Explain Atticus Finch’s reputation as a father, brother, lawyer, and as a neighbor in To Kill a…

Atticus is considered exemplary in nearly every respect. He is obviously the finest lawyer in the town, a fact that Judge Taylor already recognized when he handpicked him to represent Tom Robinson….

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Based on the description of Miss Maudie and her conversation with Scout, write a brief character…

Scout knows that Miss Maudie Atkinson is not only a neighbor but a person she can consider a friend. A widower like Atticus, Maudie has also chosen to remain single, and she maintains an…

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  • SCIENCE

Explain how the kidneys produce urine in the simplest terms possible.

The renal artery carries blood into the kidneys, which once there is filtered by nephrons. The waste filtered by these nephrons is combined with water to make urine. As the urine is produced it…

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  • THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES

What are the internal and external conflict in in The Hound of the Baskervilles?

Some of the internal conflicts include Sir Henry’s decsion to return to his home, Baskerville Hall; Stapleton’s motivations; Dr. Watson’s anxiety on accompanying Sir Henry to Baskerville Hall; and…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Other than the obvious racial biases in To Kill a Mockingbird, what is one other bias or…

Although rather obvious as well, the citizens of Maycomb certainly show no sympathy for the mentally and physically disabled members of their town. Boo Radley is the prime example, of course. He is…

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  • MATH

Write the hypothesis, the conclusion, and the converse of the conditional statement: If angle R…

For any conditional statement “If X, then Y,” the part following if, or X in this statement, is the hypothesis, and the part following then, or Y in this statement, is the conclusion. For the…

  • SONG OF MYSELF

What is Whitman’s understanding of the “self” in Section 1 of “Song of Myself”?

I think one prominent truth that is established in section one (and carried out throughout the rest of the poem) concerning Whitman’s view of “self” is that although he is speaking about himself…

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  • REBECCA

Can Maxim ever be free of Rebecca? What specific parts of the novel relate to freedom in Rebecca?

Maxim has a difficult time being free of Rebecca for two reasons. First, his guilt eats away at him; secondly, Mrs. Danvers, the housekeeper, refuses to allow the memory of Rebecca to stay in the…

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  • THE LIGHT IN THE FOREST

In The Light In the Forest, what is the significance of Bejance in the story?

Bejance is a black man, a slave who lives alone in a log cabin in the woods, known for his skill in making baskets. When Bejance was a child, he, like True Son, was captured and raised by Indians,…

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  • SCIENCE

What causes baldness?

Baldness is caused by a mixture of genes and hormones the host has very little control over. There is more than one gene responsible, and though scientists are close, e have not yet identified…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

Can you give examples from Act One of Julius Caesar of Cassius serving as a character foil to…

Act One contains a huge (and significant) scene between Cassius and Brutus, and the most obvious way that Cassius serves as a foil to Brutus is that he is much more obvious (and bold) in suggesting…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the difference between West Nile virus and encephalitis?

West Nile Virus is a virus and it is spread by mosquitos. Symptoms of West Nile Virus vary from individual to individual. Some people may become severely sick after contracting the infection while…

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  • SCIENCE

Metric system help? I don’t understand it! ex: 43 centimeters=.00056 kilograms.Can someone please…

  1. 1cm = 10mm 43cm = 43*10 = 430mm2. 1km = 1000m 721km = 721*1000 = 721000m3. 1hg = 100000mg 45.2mg = 45.2/100000 = 0.000452hg4. 1 L = 1000 g (of water) = 10 hg 2L = 2*10 = 20 hg5. 1 cL = 0.01 L…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Discuss the classification and characterisation of abnormal behavior.

Normal and abnormal are such subjective words. What is normal to one may be abnormal to another. However, we as a society describe what is socially acceptable behavior and what is not. We also…

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  • ZORA NEALE HURSTON

How would you say Hurston treated marriage and/or women?Just wanted to know more about the…

In two of Hurston’s novels Their Eyes Were Watching God and Jonah’s Gourd Vine, the portrayal of marriage and women is one of hardship. The protagonist Janie of Their Eyes Were Watching God is…

 


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