What argument does Claudius give for not persecuting Hamlet in Shakespeare’s Hamlet?

What argument does Claudius give for not persecuting Hamlet in Shakespeare’s Hamlet?

  • HAMLET

What argument does Claudius give for not persecuting Hamlet in Shakespeare’s Hamlet?

I am not sure if I totally understand your question. Claudius does plot to get rid of Hamlet behind his back, trying first to use Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to have him executed in England, and…

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  • HAMLET

Discuss the puzzle of life and death as presented in Hamlet and in regards to the famous…

The major questions that Hamlet brings up are about mortality and whether or not it is worth the trouble of dealing with difficulty, etc., “the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune” or if it…

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  • INTO THE WILD

What are the major differences between the Into The Wild book and film? What was the process of…

The biggest difference for me, and the reviewer below, was the fact that the movie was really showing the fact that Sean Penn loves the idea of Chris McCandless. Krakauer certainly did too in the…

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  • HAMLET

What can be three arguments to support the theme of incest in Hamlet?Hamlet by William Shakespeare

The most obvious and most talked about is that of the incestuous relationship between Claudius and Gertrude, not necessarily incest in the manner of blood relations getting together, but certainly…

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  • ARTS

Whould Bob Dylan’s song “Chimes of Freedom” have the theme of freedom for the individual?I am…

I would say it depends on what you are considering “education.” Much of Dylan’s song celebrates those who rise up against systems, the “warriors whose strength is not to fight,” or the rebel,…

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  • OLIVER TWIST

Describe Oliver Twist as a child and as an orphan.Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

Oliver is a pretty good looking kid, and rather upbeat for having grown up in the workhouse for most of his life. He is also rather cheeky and has the tendency to put himself forward when it isn’t…

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  • OEDIPUS REX

Can someone tell where I can find the modern translation (in easy words)?

I personally think it is much easier to read Oedipus Rex in a book – rather than online or out of a text book. The best translation I’ve found so far is posted below. It is a more modern…

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  • LITERATURE

What are your personal impressions towards the book called Forbidden City?

My impression of the book is that it is a coming of age story for both Alex and his father. At the beginning of the novel Alex is a kid and his father still acts like one. However, because of the…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

What is the turning point in the novel?It seems like there are multiple turning points, but i…

You certainly have a wide range of choices. I would probably pick one of the following: When Mr. Antolini (if I am remembering correctly) comes out of his bedroom and touches Holden’s head and…

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  • HAIRCUT

What is your opinion about the short story of “Haircut” by Ring Lardner?

As a literary work, “Haircut” has some interesting merits. First, the narrator is an interesting one as he can tell a long narrative in a dialect without seeming to preach or pass moral judgement…

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  • HISTORY

Expalin the bargaining structure

Bargaining has a rather simple structure but can be studied rather intensively so I am not quite sure which aspect you are trying to capture. The main play is between the seller and the buyer and…

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  • A TALE OF TWO CITIES

Why is the Marquis disappointed by the Monsigneur’s grand reception?

In Book the Second, Chapter 7 of A Tale of Two Cities, the Marquis has evidently fallen from favor in the French court. For, at the reception of the Monseigneur, one of the “great lords” in power,…

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  • HISTORY

What is bargaining and the diferent stages in bargaining

Obviously it depends very much on what kind of bargaining you are talking about whether it is a child bargaining with a parent for more ice cream or a later bed time or a giant union bargaining…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Please provide an example of native-origin acculturation.

Acculturation refers to the exchange of cultural features that results when different cultural groups come into continuous first hand contact with one another. It may be impose on a minority by a…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In Act I of Death of a Salesman, what do we learn about the relationship between Willy and his…

We know that, after Willy’s father abandoned his family, Ben (who was much older than Willy) was in charge of the household for a while, and did plenty of traveling trying to find their father….

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  • SCIENCE

What would happen if a solution containing 45g of potassium chloride and 35g of solution of…

How much of a substance we can dissolve in water depends upon the temperature of the water. It is measured as grams of substance per 100 grams of water and is called soluability. If there is less…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In Act I of Death of a Salesman, what do we learn about Willy and change?It seems that he doesn’t…

Act I of Death of a Salesman emphasizes the many changes that are surrounding Willy although perhaps not elaborating on them in detail. The root change that is instrumental to some of the other…

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  • BUSINESS

Describe the conditions under which a firm can resort to price discrimination?(Economics)…

In general, firms can only discriminate on price when a few conditions are present. The firm must control the market. This generally means that the firm must have a monopoly, but there are certain…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

What can you conclude about Egeus’s attitude toward his daughter’s place? no

What I can conclude is that Egeus believes that his daughter’s (Hermia’s) place is to obey him in all ways. In this way, he is a very old-fashioned (at least to my mind as an American in the 21st…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Forgiveness is a critical step on the path to resolving conflict.I have my ideas on this but i’m…

I think that an introduction to this particular type of prompt might want to examine the role of forgiveness in the play. This might involve brief discussion about the nature of transgression, its…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Thesis statement for “Stress Effects on Health and Behavior” and what are three major points?

Someone could certainly give you a thesis statement and 3 topics for this paper – but then the paper wouldn’t really be YOURS. You need to own it. The best way to do this is to draw these things…

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

Can you provide me with recommendations about “suggested essay topics for The Sun Also Rises” by…

In a novel that explores how to live in a situation never encountered on so vast a scale before, the Great War (World War I), an essay that addresses this thematic concern of The Sun Also Rises…

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  • THE EDIBLE WOMAN

What are the differences between “Chocolat” and “The Edible Women”?

Aside from the major differences in characters and plot – I think what you need to examine most here is the difference in the feelings and emotions related to food in each novel. The protagonist in…

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  • THE EDIBLE WOMAN

What are the similiarities between Chocolat and The Edible Woman?

I think the most obvious similarity between these two books is the constant references toward food. Reading either is a lot like watching an episode of “Sex in the City.” The viewer/reader is…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Describe two particular programs or institutions through which the U.S. has given humanitarian…

If you have been investigating source of humanitarian aid from the United States, I would check out the government agency that is charged with this responsibility. The U.S. Agency for…

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  • HISTORY

What were the various means used to deprive African Americans of their right to vote during the…

There were a few major devices used to prevent blacks from voting during this general period of time: The literacy test (or understanding test). Here, blacks were required to read and/or explain…

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  • HISTORY

What were the economic and social conditions of blacks in the South during Reconstruction?

This varied among blacks of course, but the general answer is that blacks were mostly poor (a large proportion of them were sharecroppers). On the social side, they were discriminated against…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

help please!!!How do i start my introduction for “Conflict can divide and unite the people who…

Mary Warren and Abigail are not particularly close friends at the beginning, and their relationship is not equal (Abigail is by far the stronger of the two). However, they are united in their fear…

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  • ESSAY LAB

How does the everyday thinking differ from research ?My ask question is related with Research…

This is a weird question, but I’m going to answer it in terms of mistakes most students use when writing research papers. Everyday thinking has no place in a research paper. Unfortunately. Many…

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  • SCIENCE

What are the possible research outcomes ?My posted question is related with Research Methodology

Likely the simplest outcomes are a proof that the hypothesis was correct or a proof that it was incorrect. Because most research is usually not that simple and there are too many variables…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the motivation with which the researcher undertake a research task ?My posted question is…

To learn the truth !!! and to figure things/problems out. To contribute to the betterment of mankind. Researchers in any field/discipline must have inquisitive minds, analytical skills, and a…

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  • HISTORY

What is the World War II axis power summary?

The question is a bit confusing and more detail could be given for clarification. In my mind, the question seems to be addressing summary for the Axis Powers in World War II. The general summary…

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  • SCIENCE

How much time does it take for blood to reach whole body?i.e. up to the toe?

The average size adult has 5-7 liters (L) of intravascular blood volume. Thinking about two terms will help to answer this question, those are stroke volume and cardiac output. Stroke volume is the…

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  • THE LOVELY BONES

What symbolism can you find to support the themes of loss and grief?list as many as you can and why.

The “lovely bones” themselves are a symbol. At the end of the novel, Susie says that the bones were the “connections” that “had grown around my absence.” They represent her friends and…

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  • RABINDRANATH TAGORE

Critical appreciation of “The Postmaster.”

A simple web search will reveal much in way of analysis of Tagore’s short story. One mode of analysis will be how Tagore treats both main characters’ concept of strength. I think that this breaks…

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  • ODE ON A GRECIAN URN

What thoughts does the Grecian Urn arouse in the mind of the poet?Ode on Grecian Urn by John Keats

Our poet/narrator is contemplating a Grecian urn, of course, and he sees and makes observations about life. He sees two scenes” First, he sees a young man wooing a beautiful young woman under a…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the importance of research in various areas ?My ask question is related with Research…

The importance of research ranges from technological inventions to medical research. It solves complicated problems and makes the world a better place to live and improves our living conditions. A…

  • SCIENCE

What is meant by the scientific method of research ?

The scientific method is the basic way scientists approach a problem and attempt to solve it. Step 1: State the problem. You must be able to recognize and clearly state it in the form of a…

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  • SCIENCE

What are the steps involved in research process ? ExplainMy ask question is related with Research…

The researcher makes observations based on his knowledge and from previous experiments. He then proposes a hypothesis and designs the experiment. He collects data from various sources then analyzes…

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  • SCIENCE

Explain the common formal experimental design ?My ask question is related with Research…

A formal experiment has several fixed parts, regardless of what the experiment is about. First the experimenter must create a hypothesis, which is a testable theory from which the experiment is…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

What are some quotes related to the theme Appearance vs Reality?Lord of the Flies by William…

William Golding’s Lord of the Flies the theme of Appearance vs. Reality runs throughout the narrative. It is introduced as Ralph looks around and is forced at last to believe in the reality of…

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  • LITERATURE

What is meant by literature review ? What is the purpose of doing a literature review ?My…

When you are doing a major project like a thesis or a dissertation, you are always expected to do a literature review. This is often the first big section or chapter of your work after the…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

Write a short note on Goddess Fortune.

The goddess fortune was traditionally regarded a blind goddess turning a wheel to rise men to happiness or drop them into despair. SHe is compared to a humble housewife spinning her wheel. she was…

  • ESSAY LAB

Which systems of referencing are generally followed in literature? Explain & compare .My…

There are several different styles for citation in different types of research paper. The style you choose to use will depend mainly on what your professor requires. Most citation styles are…

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  • SCIENCE

What are various sources of literature review ?My posted question is related with Research…

In a literature review one can use many different sources. Before one begins finding sources they may want to really define their topic and pick out key words to search. Once one has that done,…

  • SCIENCE

What are the steps normally followed for carrying out experimentation ?My posted question is…

When designing and conducting experiments, one generally uses the Scientific Method. First you must ask a specific question that you want your experiment to answer. Perform research to make sure…

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  • HISTORY

How radical, in economic and political terms, were the Radical Republicans?

I would say they were quite radical in both categories. The political changes that occurred right after the Civil War, including the abolition of slavery, giving freed slaves citizenship and black…

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  • SCIENCE

State various uses of dimensional equation ?My posted question is related with Research…

A dimensional equation is a tool used in what is called dimensional analysis. It is a procedure to determine whether or not an equation is plausible. If you are doing theoretical research or just…

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  • SCIENCE

What is principal of homogeneity of dimensional equation ?My posted question is related with…

In a dimentional equation both sides of the equation must have the same units. This is called the homogeneity principle. In Newton’s law of universal gravitation we have: F=G mM / d2 (m,M stand…

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  • SCIENCE

What are the primary & derived quantities ? ExplainMy posted question is related with…

In order to do any measurements some quantites need to be defined by comparison to a standard while all other quantities can be derived from these standards. The former are called primary or…

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