What concerns Macbeth?

What concerns Macbeth?

  • SCIENCE

With a 0.5 M solution: How many moles of NaCl would there be in 1,000 ml?

I believe your question is meant to ask how many grams of NaCl would be needed to make a 0.5 M solution in 1,000 ml; if not, please message me. By definition, you already know how many moles,…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are the key parts of Atticus’s final statement in Chapter 20 of To Kill a Mockingbird?

Chapter 20 of To Kill a Mockingbird contains the closing argument of Tom Robinson’s trial. In the closing statement, Atticus presents three main arguments. First, he reminds the jury that there…

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  • SCIENCE

Why are cells and cell processes important to humans and the environment?

According to the cell theory, cell is the basic unit of life and all living things are composed of cells. Cells are capable of carrying out all the life processes, though maybe not as complex as…

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  • HISTORY

How did the laws of the United States affect the immigrants’ lives?

The laws of the United States affected the lives of the immigrants in several ways. Some laws were passed that restricted immigration to the United States. The Emergency Quota Act and the National…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

How can I come up with a thesis and three arguments about the immaturity of the characters in…

Although it may be easy to assign a good deal of immaturity to the character of Juliet, because she is only 13, Romeo and Mercutio are easily the most immature characters in Shakespeare’s tragedy….

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  • RECITATIF

What is Maggie’s purpose in the story “Recitatif”?

In Toni Morrison’s story, “Recitatif,” the two main characters are Roberta and Twyla. These girls meet and become unlikely friends in a girl’s home. one of the minor characters in the story is…

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  • THE POSSIBILITY OF EVIL

What is Mrs. Strangeworth’s motivation in the story “The Possibility of Evil”?

Miss Strangeworth apparently does not understand how much trouble she is causing with her anonymous letters, nor does she seem to be aware of the real reason she is writing them. She tells herself…

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  • HAMLET

What’s the purpose of having two discussions of the crowing cock, Horatio’s pagan one and…

After being astonished by what he’s just seen, Horatio reaches for any sort of explanation. He recalls an old folk belief that when ghosts walk the earth, they can only walk at night and must…

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  • HISTORY

Is the construction of the RMS Titanic a good representation of the Industrial Age?

It is not a giant leap to consider the Titanic a mammoth metaphor of the Industrial Age. The Titanic was a massive ship, the likes of which were not even imagined fifty years earlier. It seems to…

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  • BIENVENIDO N. SANTOS

Why is the story titled “Scent of Apples?”

“Scent of Apples” by Bienvenido Santos is a short story in the book of the same name. Santos writes stories about the lives of Filipino immigrants. In “Scent of Apples,” the protagonist,…

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  • THE LION AND THE JEWEL

What are two African proverbs and two Biblical references from the play The Lion and the Jewel?

African Proverbs Towards the end of the play, Baroka is attempting to woo Sidi and shows her the machine that makes stamps. He tells Sidi that her image will adorn each stamp leaving Ilujinle, then…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

Things Fall Apart is structured in three parts. What do the divisions reflect about the stages of…

The way that Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart is divided reflects not only the stages of Okonkwo’s life, but also the progress of Western colonialism within Umuofia. The first section of the…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How is the evil in To Kill A Mockingbird motivated by ignorance and prejudice?

Harper Lee does a wonderful job demonstrating that through ignorance and prejudice, evil can be a long-lasting result that plagues generations. Human nature tends to jump to conclusions first and…

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  • SCIENCE

Compare and contrast the traditional cell theory with the modern cell theory.

As technology began to advance during the Renaissance, scientists’ ability to look more closely at living organisms brought us classical cell theory. By 1855, the three basic parts were in place….

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  • THE POSSIBILITY OF EVIL

How does Miss Adela Strangeworth betray herself in “The Possibility of Evil?”

Miss Adela Strangeworth writes her anonymous letters on various-colored papers and puts them in matching-colored envelopes. In the scene in the story in which she is writing three new letters,…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

How does Ralph betray himself in the Lord of the Flies?

In Lord of the Flies, Ralph betrays himself quite often throughout the novel. This can be representative of the fact that he is struggling with how he should behave when the pressures of…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

How did George and Lennie become friends and travel together in Of Mice and Men?

One can surmise from the text that George and Lennie, the two main characters in John Steinbeck’s novella Of Mice and Men, have been friends since childhood and that they began traveling together…

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  • THE TUNNEL

Why does Jerry agree to go home with his mother at the end of the story “Through the Tunnel”?

At the end of the narrative, Jerry agrees to accompany his mother because he has already proven to himself that he can do what the older boys do; he has swum through the tunnel and completed his…

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  • FIREGIRL

What is the problem in Firegirl by Tony Abbott?

In Tony Abbott’s young adult novel, Firegirl, there is both internal and external conflict or problems. Jessica, a young girl who is badly burned in a car fire, faces many medical procedures,…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

I need a thesis statement about how Romeo and Juliet are infatuated with each other and I have to…

You may want to explore a thesis statement such as, “In the monologue O serpent heart, William Shakespeare shows that Juliet is feeling conflicted about her feelings for Romeo.” Juliet has a…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What is a possible theme for Chapter 26 of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee?

Growing up is about coming to an understating of the hypocrisy and unfairness of the adult world, and looking at things from other people’s point of view. In this chapter, we see how much Scout…

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  • LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER

Metaphorically speaking, what does it mean to lead a lamb to the slaughter? Given this, who is…

The title “Lamb to the Slaughter” is both a biblical allusion and a double (or triple) entendre. A lamb being led to a place where it will be slaughtered goes along without resistance because it is…

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  • HISTORY

Who were the first people of Mesoamerica ?

Mesoamerica originated from the people who first crossed the land bridge connecting Alaska and Siberia. They traveled down to the areas near what is now Guatemala and Belize. These earliest known…

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  • SONNY’S BLUES

What point of view is “Sonny’s Blues” told from?

The narrator in “Sonny’s Blues” is Sonny’s brother, and we are told this story from his point of view, in the first person point of view. We know that something is in the first person point of…

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  • SCIENCE

Since the particles in a liquid move freely but are still relatively close together, how does…

The particles in a liquid are much closer together than in a gas, and are free-flowing. The thickness of a liquid, which is called viscosity, is caused by attractions between particles. A liquid…

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  • TWILIGHT

How did Bella and Edward first meet?

The first interaction between Bella and Edward is at the beginning of Biology class right after lunch. During lunch, a chatty girl named Jessica Stanley directs Bella’s attention to the Cullens, a…

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  • QUANTUM THEORY

Does time exist, or has quantum theory disproved its existence?

I think the answer has to be yes. Time is one of those quantities that exists in various concepts, form clocks that keep the time of the day to the amount of time it takes the earth to orbit the…

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  • THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS

In The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas, how does Bruno feel about his new home?

Bruno is dismayed when he sees where he is going to live because it is in such contrast to his lovely house in an interesting and exciting part of Berlin. Whereas Bruno’s former home was in an…

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  • SCIENCE

Why is the sky blue?

The sky appears blue during the day because of the scattering of light by particles in the atmosphere. The white light from the sun is made up of all of the colors of the rainbow. Blue light is…

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  • HUSWIFERY

I need to identify important quotes from the poem “Huswifery.”

Make me, O Lord, thy Spining Wheele compleate I think the opening line of the poem is a critical line to the poem. It’s a critical line because it identifies so many components of the poem’s…

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  • METAMORPHOSIS

In Kafka’s Metamorphosis how does Gregor’s relationship change between his family, or does it…

After his transformation into a large insect, Gregor’s family is horrified and disgusted by him. Eventually, they decide that he must be “gotten rid of,” and no longer see him as capable of human…

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  • SCIENCE

Compare and contrast reflection, refraction, and dispersion. Please help, I don’t understand, my…

To effectively compare and contrast these three things, you need to show how they are all alike and how they are different. For the “alike” part, they are all properties light waves demonstrate….

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In Chapter 8 of To Kill a Mockingbird, what positive things do you learn about Scout’s neighbors?

Chapter 8 solidifies that Scout’s neighborhood is tight-knit, and that her neighbors look out for each other as neighbors should. Early on in the chapter, Mrs. Radley dies. Although Atticus was…

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  • SCIENCE

Guard cells control the size of the opening of the……?

Guard cells control the size of the opening of stomata. By this function, guard cells control the exchange of gases (mainly carbon dioxide and oxygen) between the leaves and the atmosphere. Guard…

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  • THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET

what is the evaluation of the house on mango street?

In The House on Mango Street, Sandra Cisnerosdepicts the female bildungsroman genre differently than her predecessors such as Bronte, Browning, and Franklin. Published far more recently than the…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What are some rhetorical devices used in Romeo and Juliet that relate to physical love?

To begin, we must first understand what is meant by “rhetorical device.” A rhetorical device is language that is used to persuade, or to convey specific meaning. (See the link below for a list of…

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  • HORNET FLIGHT

What is a summary of the book Hornet Flight?

Ken Follett’s Hornet Flight is a historical thriller that retells a true story. Follett was inspired by a story written by former Special Operations Executive worker Leo Marks, in which two Danish…

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  • IMPERIALISM

What were the benefits of imperialism in terms of social-cultural factors, economic factors, and…

There were many benefits to imperialism. These included economic, political, social, and cultural benefits. Many countries wanted colonies for economic reasons. The colonies often had resources…

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  • SCIENCE

Why is lead oxide a stronger oxidising agent than tin oxide?

There are two lead oxides and two tin oxides: PbO2, PbO, SnO2 and SnO. Lead(IV)oxide, (PbO2) is a stronger oxidizing agent than either tin(II)oxide or tin(IV) oxide because it has a higher tendency…

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  • REFERENCE

In economics, when is the buyer said to have demand for a good?

In economics, the amount of a good or service that customers will purchase is called demand. Demand is not only the consumer’s desire to own but also their ability to purchase the item. For this…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Why are these quotes important in the book To Kill a Mockingbird? “You ain’t got no business…

Both questions speak to the racial divide present in Maycomb at the time of the Tom Robinson trial. In the first, Calpurnia brings Jem and Scout to her African American church. In this quote, we…

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  • OZYMANDIAS

What is the narrator’s point of view toward Ozymandias?

Percy Bysshe Shelly’s “Ozmandias” is an example of the narrator as a first person observer, an active voice in the poem, who nonetheless does not directly inject his personal opinion into the poem….

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  • YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN

What is one similarity between the narrators of “This is What is Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona”…

Both the narrators in “This is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona” and “Young Goodman Brown” have a somewhat detached relationship with the characters and the actions in their respective…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Why is there so much corruption in politics? What is the primary reason people break the law?

To ask, “Why there is so much corruption in politics now?” implies there is more corruption today than in the past. First, definitions must be agreed upon before the discussion can be properly…

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  • HISTORY

What are the similarities between the Puritans and the Quakers?

The Puritans and Quakers were similar in that both religious groups faced persecution in England and sought religious freedom in the American colonies; however, the religions differ widely in their…

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  • THE MASTER BUTCHERS SINGING CLUB

Who was Delphine’s mother?

Your question refers to the 2003 novel by Louise Erdrich, The Master Butchers Singing Club. This story is about the separate lives of Delphine Watzka and her partner Cyprian, as well as Fidelis…

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  • THE GIVER

What are some basic literary elements found in Chapters 7-8 from Lois Lowry’s The Giver?

Literary elements refer to the different parts of a story, such as: exposition, character, plot, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. How each of these elements is constructed…

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  • MACBETH

What concerns Macbeth?

Macbeth’s main concern is gaining and keeping the throne of Scotland. He desires power, and when he has it, he wants to make sure no one else gets it. That one overarching concern fuels several…

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  • MATH

How can I get the total number of tiles in a square wall? A square wall is covered with square…

If we can put  tiles on a side of a square wall, then we can put  tiles on diagonal (one for each column). See the images below. In our case we have two diagonals containing 85 tiles, which…

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  • INSIDE OUT AND BACK AGAIN

In Inside Out and Back Again, what evidence is there that Ha’s life is coming back again?

In Inside Out and Back Again, Ha’s life comes back when she learns the true meaning of how to live a life that is “not the same, but not bad at all.” The premise of the question rightly presumes…

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