What are the contextual conditions which produced the Postmodern aesthetic in British literature…

What are the contextual conditions which produced the Postmodern aesthetic in British literature…

  • POSTMODERNISM

What are the contextual conditions which produced the Postmodern aesthetic in British literature…

There will be many potential answers to this question. In typical postmodern fashion, I am not entirely certain that one can identify a specific contextual condition. Infact, being able to…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

I need to do an outline, and I need an example. this is for social psychology and it has to be…

APA style is the common format for the social sciences. The following gives a complete outline of the paper. Papers or articles following the 5th edition of The Publication Manual of the American…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What’s the history of family violence? How does it affect family members, children and the…

The question is too large for us to answer in our limited space, but let me get you started. First, there is no specific time, date or culture of when family violence began. It very likely dates…

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  • GRAMMAR

Do not cry ____ spilt milk.Fill the space with the appropriate preposition.

The only preposition that actually goes properly with this is “over.” This is not the only preposition that would be grammatically correct, but it is the only one that properly completes the…

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  • SCIENCE

What are some symptoms of thyroid problems?

The thyroid is a gland that is located in the neck and controls metabolism. It has many different effects on the entire body including weight and the amount of energy that an individual has. There…

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  • TEACHERS

Feel Good Teacher Movies?What are your favorite feel-good-teacher movies? You know, the…

I’ll definitely have to second Dead Poet’s Society, and I’ll also throw in another: Stand and Deliver.

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  • HISTORY

Why did the tension between the demands of national security and the protection of citizens’…

Because at that time, the first decade of the new republic, the country was deeply divided between Federalists and anti-federalists, and they didn’t trust each other. They had agreed to the…

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  • HISTORY

Changes in 50 YearsWhat do you think has changed a lot in 50 years?

In the last fifty years here in the United States, there has been incredible changes. Perhaps the greatest change has been in technology. The best example of this is computers and cell phones….

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  • SCIENCE

Why is the lion important to us? Why should we keep it on Earth?Please give a specific and…

I would argue that the lion is, or should be, important to us because it is a living, unique species. It is part of a food chain and an ecosystem on Earth that we don’t fully understand. Would…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

Please describe the famous speech of Shylock in Act III, Scene 1 in The Merchant of Venice.

In this speech, Shylock shows two sides to his personality. He shows that he is sensitive and is hurt by the prejudices that people have against him because he is a Jew. At the same time, he…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why did the mercantilists favor large populations and low wages?

In order to answer this question, what you need to remember is that the mercantilists thought that the only real source of wealth was exports. They believed that countries got rich by exporting,…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

In Romeo & Juliet, why do you think Mercutio continues saying, “A plague on both your…

What Mercutio is saying is that he wants bad things to happen to both the Capulet family and the Montague family. Literally, he is wishing that they will both be hit by terrible illnesses –…

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  • SCIENCE

What makes a person on hemodialysis have the feelings of chills after treatment?

There are several reasons one feels cold after hemodialysis. The main reason is that the blood is put through a filter outside the body and that lowers the blood temperature. Although the machine…

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  • SCIENCE

What’s the difference in Systemic and Pulmonary Circulations?

Blood circulation throughout the body is very important and complex. The circulatory system has three distinct part: systemic, pulmonary, and coronary. Systemic circulation is responsible for…

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  • SCIENCE

What are the functions of the left and right common carotids?

Common Carotid arteries are blood vessels. These arteries are responsible for taking blood away from the heart to the brain. The right common carotid branches off from the brachiocephalic artery….

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  • SCIENCE

What is Anticoagulant Therapy?

Anticoagulants are often referred to as blood thinners. These are used to keep the blood from clotting as easily. These kinds of drugs are usually taken orally but sometimes they are administered…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Please write me two lines conclusion on lions.As an ESL student, it is really hard so please (you…

It is not possible for someone to write a conclusion for you without any information about what you are saying in your essay. In other words, we would need to know what you have said about lions…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Since the Speaker of the House of Representatives sets the agenda, is there any way to unseat the…

The most common way to unseat a Speaker of the House would be for the Speaker to be defeated in an election and thereby lose her seat in Congress. But that is not the only way. The Speaker is…

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  • ENOTES HELP

On this website when it says it will cite a works for you, what format do they use? APA or MLA?

Difficult to know since you don’t have the website posted. If you have been looking at a site like easybib.com, it will actually do either APA or MLA or several other formats. That is actually…

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  • THE LOVELY BONES

How do these items relate to Harvey? (explain as Harvey being the narrator); Susie’s bracelet,…

As a serial killer and as a man who premeditates his murders, these items mentioned in the questions are symbols of his disorder and are also symbols of how his disorder affects him. Susie’s…

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  • TEACHERS

When do you find out your teaching schedule?I have worked in school systems where the master…

My present school system has promised to have the master schedule finished by mid-June and all of us should be mailed a copy of our schedule for next year by the end of the month. That gives me…

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  • SCIENCE

Do lions stay in groups? Where do they live (I do not want the country. I want where do they live…

Lions do actually live in groups, they are called prides. These groups are relatively large, consisting of a total of up to 10-15 lions including related females and their cubs and one or two…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is gender socialization?gender and socialization

Socialization is the process by which kids learn the values of the culture in which they live. Kids are socialized first by their parents and then later by friends and teachers. In many…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Do you think the distinction between sustainable tourism and ecotourism is useful? Why?English…

Yes, but I am going to assume that I know the definitions of those two that your instructor is working under. Ecotourism is simply tourism with an ecological attraction to it. Just because I give…

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  • SHAKESPEARE: A LIFE IN DRAMA

Write briefly on the theme of racial prejudice in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.

At the time of Elizabethan England, the views of the public were quite fixed about who was who in society. Shakespeare was merely reflecting like a mirror of society how people treated others, and…

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  • HAMLET

I want to write a research paper comparing Hamlet and Antigone. What can I do?How can I write the…

I think that one of your challenges right now is that you might need to find some aspect or basis upon which to launch your comparison of both protagonists. I hear you correctly when you are…

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  • THE SONG OF ROLAND

How would The Song of Roland change if it were told today? Who would be the enemy & what…

La Chanson de Roland is a French epic, so it would be hard to put this in modern times because the French believe they have no enemies and even if they did, they would try to solve their problems…

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  • SONNY’S BLUES

What are 2 strong characteristic traits of the narrator in “Sonny’s Blues” by James Baldwin and…

(1) As suggested by his profession as an Algebra teacher, the narrator is a logical man who suppresses his emotions. While he does live in Harlem, the narrator attempts to disguise the environment…

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  • HISTORY

Compare and contrast these four reform movements temperance, public education, asylums, and…

I think that the main thing that these movements have in common (other than occurring at about the same time) is that they were all motivated by the idea that human beings and human institutions…

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  • CONTENTS OF THE DEAD MAN’S POCKET

Why is the setting of “Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket” so important?

You have asked a really interesting question, because to me the two different settings of this terrifying short story act symbolically to suggest the two different ways of living that Tom struggles…

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  • THE QUEEN OF SPADES

What are examples of the faux magical element in “The Queen of Spades” by Pushkin?

The faux magical elements in Pushkin’s short story “Queen of Spades” involve the countess’s gambling secret and gambling. One instance occurs at the funeral of the countess. Hermann, the unlucky…

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  • EVERYDAY USE

How would the story “Everyday Use” change if a form of omniscient narrator were used rather than…

In Alice Walker’s “Everyday Use,” a switch in point-of-view would turn remove the story of its matriarchal voice, and we would not know the interior thoughts of Mrs. Johnson or her impact in…

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  • KING LEAR

What are the differences between Kent in King Lear and Horatio in Hamlet in their behavoirs?

Great question! I’ve never actually thought of comparing Kent and Horatio, though both are loyal friends to the “mad” title characters of two of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies. This could be…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

What are 3 examples of symbolism that you find in the novel? Name the idea or thing and what it…

Lenny’s puppy is a symbol of weakness. The strong Lenny accidentally kills the puppy, showing that he is stronger than the puppy. In the end, though, Lenny himself ironically meets a similar fate…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

How does exigent circmstances relate to police officers?

Basically, the idea of exigent cricumstances is that there are times when police officers do not need to abide by the requirement that they have a warrant to enter a building or take other similar…

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  • ARTS

WHAT I COULD TAKE AS A THESES OR TITLE TO MY PROJECT ABOUT AVATAR STORY MAJOR THEME WHICH IS…

Avatar, while an interesting and entertaining film, was nothing more than a recipe-driven melding of Matrix and Dances With Wolves. The computer generated graphic integration was wonderfully edited…

  • HISTORY

What makes a nation? What contributes to nationalism? What allows for individual identity?…

What makes a nation differs from country to country. In some countries, it is ethnicity that makes a nation. You can see this in countries like Japan where the nationality and the ethnicity go so…

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  • MATH

find x values when x^2+x-1 > 5

x^2+x-1>5 Subtract 5 from both sides: ==> x^2+x-6>0 Now factorize the function: (x+3)(x-2)>0 x+3> 0 and x-2>0 x>-3 and x> 2 ==> x belongs to the interval…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Maximum state emergency proclaimed in which state of india?

I think that the question could use a bit more detail and clarification. I think that all states in India have experienced their challenges with state imposed emergencies or some experience with…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

Indicate three differences in Brutus’ and Marc Anonty’s funeral speechesAnd thanks

Brutus’ funeral speech for Caesar is much shorter than Antony’s. It is less than 25 lines. His speech focuses a lot on himself. He has one argument; he did it for the good of Rome. He tries to…

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  • SCIENCE

How can 3 resistors of resistances 2Ω ,3Ω and 6Ω be connected to give a total resistance of…

Connect the Resistors 3 Ohm and 6 Ohm in parallel and the resulting resisistance is 1/(1/3+1/6) = 18/(6+3) = 2 Ohm . Let A and beB be the terminals to which they are connected. Let the resistor 2…

  • REFERENCE

Write a critical note on the importance of English as an international language in the…

Due to the fact that America is one of the most (if not, the most) powerful nations in the world – it makes sense that its native language be on the top of the most important languages list. For…

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  • GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

What is an analysis of the satirical content in Gulliver’s Travels?

Jonathan Swift wrote Gulliver’s Travels as a direct satire of both the society and norms of the time, and as a reaction to the popularity of fantastic stories of far-off places. He deliberately…

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  • PARADISE LOST

How is Milton’s so-called “grand style” significant in Paradise Lost?

The so-called “grand” or lofty style of Milton’s Paradise Lost is significant to the poem in numerous ways, chiefly because it struck Milton as by far the style most appropriate to the lofty…

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  • KING LEAR

Discuss Illusion Verses Reality in “King Lear”answer in detail

This one is a rather challenging topic, but not one that is insurmountable. My guess is that you will have to go back to the text a bit and be able to pull out relevant passages or moments where…

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  • SCIENCE

What causes bone spurs?

Generally it is some kind of stress on a certain bone or joint that causes the bone to generate more growth in order to repair or strengthen that area or the joint. This stress can be rubbing or a…

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  • SCIENCE

Will you be able to close your eyes without your orbicularis oculi muscle?

Maybe if you use your fingers to do it! The orbicularis oculi is a sphincter muscle that surrounds the eye, and is responsible not only for closing the eyelid, but for squeezing the lachrymal…

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  • MATH

Find the roots for the equation x^3+2x^2-13x+10

x^3 + 2x^2 -13 x+10=0 First let us start by substituting with x=1 and check it to see if it is a a root for the equation: 1+2 -13 +10 =0 x=1 is one of the root, then (x-1) is a factor To find the…

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  • OTHELLO

How does Iago manipulate Othello and Desdemona in Act 4?

Iago is able to create gross and vivid images of Desdemona with Cassio which cause Othello such torment that he has a seizure. This is shocking for the audience as we see Othello lose both physical…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

What are key points (themes, characters, symbolism, quotes, analysis, etc) about As You Like It…

Two characters who exemplify the pastoral context of the play are Phebe and Silvus, the shepherdess and shepherd who live in the forest. They are simple and uneducated, and yet also obsessed with…

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