What are three examples of foreshadowing in 1984?

What are three examples of foreshadowing in 1984?

  • 1984

What are three examples of foreshadowing in 1984?

I think one of the major examples you can think about and analyze is the use of dreams in this excellent, terrifying novel. A very important chapter for you to think about as far as dreams are…

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  • BUSINESS

Until 1980 the national debt was mostly a result of what?

Looking at and interpreting a graph from Macroeconomics by McEachern, I would argue that most of the federal debt in 1980 came as a result of defense spending. Defense spending made up around 50%…

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  • LANGSTON HUGHES

What is the effect of the poem’s repeated sounds in “Old Walt” by Langston Hughes?

In Langston Hughes’ poem “Old Walt,” two things strike me. The rhythm creates a “swaying” motion, something like to and fro, back and forth—it’s much the same motion one might experience while…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

Why does George think that he (Lennie) needs an alibi?Of Mice and Men, Chapter 5

George certainly feels the need to create an alibi because he lets Candy make the announcement of Curley’s wife’s death and pretends to come in like he didn’t know what had already happened in the…

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  • ESSAY LAB

What are some good suggestions for books or materials I can use on the SAT essay section, other…

The SAT College Board website declares that every student or instructor seems to have a different opinion on how to earn a high score on the SAT essay: Some people say you should write a strict…

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  • LANGSTON HUGHES

Please provide help writing an explication of the poem “Old Walt” by Langston Hughes.

In the poem “Old Walt” by Langston Hughes, the author describes, in a rhythmic fashion, the manner in which Walt Whitman worked before creating each piece of his great expanse of prose and verse….

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  • LANGSTON HUGHES

Do you agree with the speaker’s take on Whitman’s poetry?The poem that the speaker reference is…

I think that Hughes features a profound appreciation of Walt Whitman. Langston Hughes is different than many other thinkers who write about people of color and view past thinkers like Whitman…

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  • MATH

Please explain the following in easy to understand steps.Point P lies on the x-axis. The…

Since the point P lies on the x-axis, then the coordinate is ( x, 0). Now given A(3,4) and B(5,8) such that: The distance AP = the distance BP ==> l AP l = l BP l Now we will use the distance…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Teen Stress: What is most stressful to you as a teenager? (Anyone can answer.)And how do you cope?

Interestingly, what I was most stressed out about in high school seems to be the same with my students, and that was and is balancing everything. I look back on high school (and my grades) and…

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  • KATHERINE ANNE PORTER

Why does the author reveal the facts about the jilting as she does instead giving it in a…

Porter masterfully uses figurative language to depict the netherworld between Granny Ellen Weatherall’s consciousness, memories, and the grip of death. Dr.Harry floats “like a balloon”…

  • HISTORY

How does Catherine the Great “measure up” to Mary Wollstonecraft’s view of the ideal wife, mother…

If I had to rate Catherine the Great’s success at being the ideal wife, mother, and woman on a scale of 1 to 10 (with 10 being the highest), she would get miserable numbers. First of all, during…

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  • SAFE IN THEIR ALABASTER CHAMBERS—

How do the poetic devices contribute to the overall meaning of the poem, “Safe in their Alabster…

Well, the answer to this question depends a lot on which version of the poem you are referring to. Dickinson wrote two, and they are both markedly different. Stanza one is virtually the same in…

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  • BUSINESS

Discuss services marketing.

Services are one of the two types of products sold by business enterprises, the other type being goods. Traditionally the proportion of goods in the total products sold and consumed in any economy…

  • ARTS

Is bread and puppet theatre a successful form of theatre? What are some examples of where it has…

Dear Lex, One way of evaluating our success is that we’re still here. We’re a self-supporting theater. We are not funded by private foundations or government agencies. We support ourselves from our…

  • HENRY VI, PART 1

In King Henry the Sixth, Part One, Act II, scene v, I am quite confused about the metaphors in…

In this scene, Mortimer makes his first and only appearance in the play. He is the King’s cousin, and, at the opening of the scene, is setting the stage for the audience as to his condition — He…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Is this an example of age discrimination against this elderly person?She is 69 years old woman…

There is no definitive proof of age discrimination just given the facts as you state them. It might be happening, but it is not necessarily going on. The only place where discrimination may be…

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  • FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON

What are the positive and negative effects of Charlie’s surgery?

Some of the positives are that Charlie becomes a more productive member of society, Strauss and Nemur’s research is progressing, and that this treatment might prove to be hopeful for future…

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  • THE STRANGER

Discuss the style that Camus uses in The Stranger.Discuss two specific moments, words, phrases,…

Albert Camus uses a plain / tough narrative style, featuring a detached narrator. Meursault matter-of-factly opens the novel with one of the most deadpan openings ever: Mother died today. Or…

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  • NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS, AN AMERICAN SLAVE

What enduring meanings or principles in this book make it relevant today?

I think that one of the most powerful elements of Douglass’ work is not simply its expression of the inherent evil in slavery, but helps to open a dialogue about how individuals perceive the levels…

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  • THE MONKEY’S PAW

Who is the main character in “The Monkeys Paw?”

The main character in this spine-chilling short story is without a doubt Mr. White senior, the father of the family who we are presented with on the “cold and wet” night when Sergeant Major Morris…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

In regard to the treatment of Piggy, how does The Lord of the Flies reveal the use of power and…

Piggy is very clear with Ralph in the first chapter that he does not want to be called Piggy. Have you ever thought about the fact that we never even learn this kid’s real name? This is the power…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

Should the idea of a “proper place” according to Miller be avoided altogether?Miller has said…

It is hard to determine whether in fact there is a proper place for every single person. We see sometimes people who nest quite well, others that need to be in limbo, and others who are too…

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  • HISTORY

What political gains and losses did the Democratic Party’s association with the Civil Rights…

I would say that the association between the Democratic Party and the Civil Rights Movement led to the situation we now have where whites (and especially white men) tend to vote Republican…

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  • BUSINESS

How has the United States’ fiscal policy changed over the last century?

This is a pretty broad question. I would say that there are two important ways to answer it. First, fiscal policy is much more Keynesian today than it was in 1910. This change started with the…

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  • CONFESSIONS

What is the value of reading Saint Augustine’s Confessions?

The Confessions of St. Augustine ranks as one of the more important books in the history of religion and literature for both its content and its formal innovations. In terms of form, it is the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

At the age of 30, Angela hesitates to commit herself to a lifelong marital relationship.Her…

In any case study, there has to be some level of latitude granted because of the lack of fully understanding the particulars of the case. In what I see, Angela has a fear of commitment. The idea…

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  • REFERENCE

Level 2 FRENCH question on intonation, Est-ce que, and Inversion. (In description)Traduisez le…

TRADUIRE: How does one speak French? Without inversion: Comment est-ce qu’on parle francais? With inversion: Comment parle-t-on francais? There is another way which is probably not in the…

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  • THE MINISTER’S BLACK VEIL

How does Hawthorne’s “The Minister’s Black Veil” relate to the Puritans?

Like much of Hawthorne’s best work, this story is set in the time of his Puritan ancestors, an era he said was “characterised by… gloom and piety.” Hawthorne added the following note to the…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

What do the lagoon, colors, palm trees, and nakedness symbolize in Lord of the Flies?

When discussing the question of symbol, you need to know that these are a highly interpretive literary element and everyone can see them a little bit differently. To me, these symbols mean the…

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  • THE MINISTER’S BLACK VEIL

How does Hawthorne’s “The Minister’s Black Veil” fit the Romantic time period?

It is important to remember that Hawthorne was considered a “Dark Romantic” rather than just a Romantic author. The Dark Romantics, as they were named, consisted of authors such as Hawthorne, Poe…

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  • BUSINESS

What characteristics and approaches make diversity training most effective?

I think that one can find that the most effective approach to “diversity training” is to actually embed it within the company. If diversity is seen as another part of the organization, consistent…

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  • BUSINESS

What are four characteristics of an effective training program that allow employees to…

To have Continuous Learning and Development is key for creating a sustainable and competitive enterprise. Corporations budget and spend millions a year to train their employees to build…

  • MATH

Find the orthocenter of the triangle with the given vertices: X(-5, 4), Y(2, -3), Z(1, 4).

To find the orthocentre of XYZ, X(-5,4), Y(2,-3), Z(1,4). Orthocentre O is the common intersecting points of altitudes through X, Y, and Z at O. Since , the equation of the altitude though Z (1…

  • SIR PHILIP SIDNEY

How can you explain the rhythm and rhyme in the Sir Philip Sidney’s “My True Love Hath My Heart”

Sir Philip Sidney’s poem “My True Love Hath My Heart” is written in iambic pentameter. (This is the rhythm.) This means that there are ten syllables per line, and that the stress rests on every…

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  • BUSINESS

How can employee development programs help address ethical conflict before problems…

A great question. The best way to solve a problem is to preempt it. For instance, the best way to reduce heart disease is to prevent it from happening all together. The way to do this is primarily…

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  • NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE

Why is Nathaniel Hawthorne considered a Romantic?

Nathaniel Hawthorne is actually considered by critics at large to be a “Dark Romantic” rather than a Romantic, though of course it is recognised that this fits into the wider definition of…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, what does Willy’s father symbolize?

In Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman”, Willy describes his father as being a very successful salesman. In fact, Willy mentions that when his father died, for his funeral, people came from…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

What’s a good approach to describing how Shakespeare presents different types of conflict in…

The basis of Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar is based upon the conflicts of those in his kingdom who, for one reason or another, do not want Caesar to be crowned king. I can only answer one…

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  • THE BLACK CAT

What made the narrator kill his wife in “The Black Cat?”

Your original question unfortunately contained more than one question, and so according to enotes regulations I have had to edit it down to one question, focussing on why the narrator killed his…

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  • SCIENCE

One newton is the ____ it takes to change the ____ of a ____ mass by ____ in one second.

force it takes to change the acceleration of a 1kg mass by 1 meter per second in one second

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  • SCIENCE

If Aya’s mass is 37 kg, what is her mass on the moon in kg?

Mass characterizes the number of atomic components that an object is made of. Mass is invariant with gravity. This means that on earth or the moon, an objects mass does not change. The objects…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How does the author establish a feeling of mystery in this chapter?I have only gotten through…

Throughout chapter one, the author tells the alleged story of Boo Radley through the eyes of a 6 year-old. This is important because 6-year-olds rarely keep track of enough details to be able to…

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  • SCIENCE

How many newtons does a 3.8 kg backpack weigh on Earth and on the moon?

A Newton is mass x acceleration. The units of a newton are kg x m /s^2. The acceleration due to gravity on the earth is 9.8 m/s^2. The acceleration due to gravity on the moon is 1.6 m/s^2. The mass…

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  • HISTORY

Explain the effects of the French Revolution.

I would say that one of the effects of the French Revolution was to display the intense amount of violence that can accompany revolutions. Intellectually speaking, one of the strongest effects f…

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  • BY THE WATERS OF BABYLON

Why does the main character speak such a strange kind of English?

There are two reasons why the main character, John, speaks English in such a strange way. First of all, I think that the author is trying to sort of trick us at first. I think he wants to make it…

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  • MATH

Do π/2 = 90 and (pi)3.14/2 = 1.57 represent the same thing? (n is pi sign.)I know π also…

The short answer is no, pi/2 radians and 1.57 radians are not exactly the same thing – though they are close; pi is an irrational number, and as such has no exact decimal representation. Hence,…

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  • ACADEMIC FREEDOM

What is it Michael Berube is writing for and what is he not for in his essay “Paying for Freedom”?

I don’t find an essay by Professor Bérubé titled “Paying for Freedom.” I do find an essay titled “What Does ‘Academic Freedom’ Mean?” (2006) in which he speaks of the idea that academic freedom…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

In Act III. sc. i of Julius Caesar, how does Caesar’s murder affect Antony, and how does he…

One thing that Shakespeare focuses on in this play is how politicians must behave in order to stay in power (and stay alive). For Antony, in Act III, scene i, just after Caesar has been stabbed to…

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  • HISTORY

Explain the origin of the Byzantine Empire.

The Byzantine Empire began as a part of the Roman Empire. Then, over time, the Byzantine Empire gradually split away from the Roman Empire, developing its own culture and institutions. The…

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  • RELIGION

Describe the major differences between Roman Catholicism and Orthodoxy.

Following the Holy Fathers, Orthodoxy uses science and philosophy to defend and explain its Faith. Unlike Roman Catholicism, which does not build on the results of philosophy and science. The…

 


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