What customs of puritan life did Miller misrepresent in The Crucible?I am writing a research…

# What customs of puritan life did Miller misrepresent in The Crucible?I am writing a research…

• THE CRUCIBLE

What customs of puritan life did Miller misrepresent in The Crucible?I am writing a research…

Most scholars of this work would disagree with your thesis because Miller went to great lengths to portray the Puritan lifestyle as closely as possible to a viewing audience. However, if you have…

• GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

How did the ancestors of microbes now confined to us transfer themselves from their original…

Diamond argues that the move from animals to humans came in four stages. This starts on p. 207 in my book — about 14 pages in to the chapter. First, there are diseases that come directly to…

• MATH

log 3x^2 – log x = log (x+5) find x

log 3x^2 – log x = log (x+5) First we will use the algorethim proprties to simplify the equation. We know that: log a – log b = log a/b ==> log (3x^2)/x = log (x+5) Now simplify : ==> log…

• MATH

What is the derivative of f(x) = 3(x^3)* cosx

f(x) = 3x^3 * cosx First we will treat the funtion as a produt of two functions of x. Let us assume that: f(x) = u(x) *v(x) such tht: u(x)= 3x^3 ===> u'(x) = 9x^2 v(x) = cosx ===>…

• MATH

sqrt(x^2 – 5x + 3) = sqrt (x^2 + 4x -1) solve for x

sqrt(x^2 – 5x + 3) = sqrt(x^2 + 4x – 1) To solve the equation, first we need to get rid of the square root by squaring both sides: ==>[sqrt(x^2 – 5x + 3) ]^2= [ sqrt(x^2 + 4x -1)]^2 ==> (x^2…

• DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In Death of a Salesman, compare and contrast Biff and Happy.

One of the chief differences between these two characters lies in the way that they respond to their father’s death. Happy seems likely to reproduce the characteristics that his father displayed….

• MATH

Find the extreme values of the function f(x) = x^2 – 5x + 3

f(x) = x^2 – 5x + 3 To find th extreme values for the function, first we need to determin th first derivative: f'(x) = 2x – 5 Now we need to find th critical value which is th function’s zero….

• MATH

3 l x-2 l + 7 = 12 solve for x .

3l x-2 l + 7 = 12 First let us move 7 to th left sides: ==> 3 l x-2l = 5 Now let us divide by 3 both sides: ==> l x-2 l = 5/3 Now we have two possible solutions: case (1): x-2 = 5/3 ==> x=…

• OEDIPUS REX

What are three key steps of Oedipus Rex’s journey towards self knowledge?Oedipus Rex by Sophocles

In Sophocles’s Oedipus Rex, there are key points in the play in which the King of Thebes progresses toward self-knowledge: 1. His initial step is, of course, his kingly concern for his subjects…

• OEDIPUS REX

In Oedipus Rex, what are three key steps in Oedipus’s journey towards self-knowledge?

Of course, the whole play, in a sense, marks Oedipus’s gradual path to self-knowledge as he continues to piece together the evidence about the identity of the murderer of Laius. Interestingly,…

• SCIENCE

what are the causes of pyruvates dehydrogenase deficiency?I am doing a research paper on the…

There are no specific causes, I found this; The genes for the X protein contain autosomal recessive inheritance. I’d check out the website below, and scroll to the bottom, they have a…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Who is narrating this story? What do we know so far about the character from whom we will be…

It depends on how far you’ve gotten into the book as to what you know about the narrator of the story. The narrator of the story is Jean Louise “Scout” Finch as an adult, looking back upon events…

• AP LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION

School by Kyoko Mori is organized as comparison/contrast. Is this structure is governed more by…

logos

This question needs to be refined further to truly get the answer for which you are looking. As it stands, I can only give you a generic answer. When thinking of the advantages of hiring, several…

• MACBETH

What are examples of isolation in Macbeth?

Your question a a bit perplexing, since you asked one question, but noted Seneca (A Roman playwright) and Senecan elements in your tags. Seneca’s reworkings of Greek tragedies focused on blood,…

• JOURNALISM GROUP

Do you have any information about a British journalist named William Thomas Stead?I am doing a…

Sir William Thomas Stead can be found easily in many other sources such as encyclopedia Britannica, and other sources.He is easier found as WT Stead, journalist. He was actually quite famous. He is…

• PERSUASION

Why did the author choose the title of Persuasion for this novel?

According to some sources, the novel Persuasion was not titled by Jane Austen but by her editors, since she died before titling the story. However, one can see why the title is suitable. The power…

• THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH

In “The Masque of the Red Death,” who is the stranger behind the mask?

The stranger behind the mask is the Red Death itself. Of course, the entire thing is metaphorical of the disease entering the supposedly secure protection of the fortress, and the relative safety…

• JOY KOGAWA

i need the lyric in the almost evening by joy kogawa ii need this poem

In the almost evening loneliest time of day I looked out the window and could see sky and I said “Sky what can you give me?” and sky said, “I can give you sunset.” So I looked at sunset with moon…

• THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO

Who knows anything about the Communist Manifesto of 1848?

Communist Manifesto is the popular name of a pamphlet written by Karl Marks and Friedrich Engels, which was released by them in 1848. The exact translation of the title of this pamphlet, which was…

• THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD

Can you explain the quote from the book listed below? It is at the very end of the book.THis is…

Much of the narration in Zora Neale Hurston’s novel Their Eyes Were Watching God borders on poetry. As such, it doesn’t always lend itself to a simple summary. The passage that you quote seems to…

• MACBETH

What are two quotes that show Lady Macbeth manipulating Macbeth in Macbeth?

The quotes you are looking for are in Act I, Scene vii. Macbeth is having second thoughts about killing Duncan, but Lady Macbeth refuses to allow him to pass up the opportunity to be king. Lady…

• SHOOTING AN ELEPHANT

In “Shooting an Elephant,” what are some examples of hyperbole in the story?

This is a very good question. To me, one of the key examples of hyperbole comes when Orwell is faced with killing the elephant. When he has located the “rogue” elephant who has caused so much…

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

Analyze the relationship Thomas Auld has between his religion and slavery.Explain how this…

In Thomas Auld, Douglass is able to establish one of his fundamental premises about religion and slavery. Auld represents the difference between “Christianity of Christ” and “Christianity of this…

• THIS IS WHAT IT MEANS TO SAY PHOENIX, ARIZONA

In a broad sense, can you explain how otherness is represented in Sherman Alexie’s What it means…

The first question for you to ask is who is the other? If we identify the other as non-indian, non-tribal members, than there are a few encounters within the story. If you think of the other as…

• THIS IS WHAT IT MEANS TO SAY PHOENIX, ARIZONA

What is Sherman Alexie’s perspective on otherness in This is what it means to say Phoeniz,…

Sherman Alexie suggests through his short story that all of us–in one context or situation or another–face being the “other,” the person often left out or denigrated in some way or another. As…

• THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND

In The Witch of Blackbird Pond, what is John’s warning?

You haven’t really specified what particular warning you are referring to here, so I have had to assume it is in Chapter 2, when Kit is talking to John Holbrook about her aunt. Kit tries to recall…

• THIS IS WHAT IT MEANS TO SAY PHOENIX, ARIZONA

Who is the “other” with explaination from the text in Sherman Alexie’s, What it means to say…

Both Victor and Thomas are perfect examples of the other. You have a lot of evidence to argue both, but if you need to choose one I think that there is a lot more subtle evidence in support of…

• RELIGION

I think that every religion has different denominations and sects of spiritual inquiry. Islam is no different. The three main denominations of Islam of Sunni, Shi’a, and Sufi carry many…

• THE GIVER

Who or what is the antagonist of The Giver?

HI! You can safely argue that the antagonist of the Giver is basically the concept of “Sameness”, that is, that collective feeling of limbo that the dystopian (at first seemingly Utopian) society…

• HISTORY

How did the Watergate scandal affect Richard Nixon’s career?Richard Nixon and the Watergate Scandal

The Watergate Scandal has defined Richard Nixon’s legacy as a former President. Despite the fact that he was elected twice, served six full years and successfully extracted us from an unpopular,…

• HISTORY

How has the Watergate scandal had an effect on the American government?

To me, there have been two major impacts of the Watergate scandal on American government. First, I would say that the scandal (along with the Vietnam War) made the Congress much more aggressive…

• HISTORY

How has the Watergate scandal had an effect on American citizens?Richard Nixon and the Watergate…

I would argue that the Watergate scandal led to Americans having less trust in their government. This is especially true because it came after the years of the Vietnam War, which had already…

• HAMLET

What are three references to remembering or forgetting in the second act?

In Hamlet Act II, scene ii, Hamlet remembers that he loves acting, but he forgets, until the end of the act, that he is to be an agent of vengeance. Remember that from Act I and Act II, scene i,…

• THE TIME MACHINE

write a composition about ‘ time machine ‘ with paragraph plan.i need help with a storyline…

concerning a thing like that , you can write : that you entered that time machine and travelled into a dream world,,, you can also mention some of the history of yr own country saying that you saw…

• CINEMA

In the movie THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS what examples of political strife and human suffering are…

Political Strife – There were two different kinds of strife happening in this way during the film, 1) The obvious tension and strife between two empires at war, the British and the French, and 2)…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How would you write a directional statement about Scout’s attitude towards Boo?I am also…

Your question had a couple of typos, so I am trying to understand where you want to go with this. I am making a best guess. Every thesis should take a stand or position. You seem to want to write…

• LES MISÉRABLES

In “Les Miserables,” why does Fantine leave her child with the Thenardiers and believe that is…

At the time of Fantine’s decision, remember, she is a single mother without a husband in a time when this was socially inappropriate. She was also poor and without means of a direct income. In…

• THE RED WHEELBARROW

Discuss the poem by William Carlos Williams, “The Red Wheelbarrow.” Which strategy allows you to…

Of the strategies mentioned, I believe “The Red Wheelbarrow” is described best when referring to Formalist Strategies. Research states that “Formalist critics focus on the formal elements of a…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the difference between a deductive and an inductive argument?

The difference here is that an inductive argument takes one specific case and uses it to make a general argument that is supposed to apply more broadly. By contrast, a deductive argument takes one…

• ESSAY LAB

Is it okay to compare and contrast 2 poems of different themes?I want to compare and contrast…

Well, it is certainly possible to compare them both as they relate to the more general theme of war. The purpose of a comparison/contrast essay is to show where the two things being compared are…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

I am writing a character sketch about Jem. Do you know of good quotes to include that reveal his…

Being older than Scout, Jem tries to explain many things to Scout including the Dewey Decimal System and entailments. He doesn’t report them correctly which reveals his immaturity: When I asked…

• FRANKENSTEIN

Looking at the book Frankenstein and the theme of loneliness, discuss the effect loneliness has…

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein contains the theme of loneliness, which can be found in three main characters. Robert Walton, the speaker who opens the story, has dreams of finding as yet “undiscovered…

• HISTORY

What major turning points or changes of power happened in Afghanistan in the 1970s?

During the 1970s, Afghanistan started out fairly stable but undeveloped. Early in the decade, it experienced a coup that led to reform efforts. However, the government that came to power after…

• HISTORY

How did Gandhi’s beliefs influence his actions or behaviour?

Gandhi was one of the few leaders who advocated political change through moral change and followed his own advice. For the most part, there is little duplicity in what Gandhi states and what he…

• GREAT EXPECTATIONS

What important circumstances occur when the convicts are discovered in chapter 5?

As the two convicts are being discovered, they almost turn themselves in because they are being so loud. The search party has the great opportunity of overhearing what seems to be a great fight…

• THE CANTERBURY TALES

What are 4 distinct social classes during that time that are represented in this work?Thank You

The most usual way of looking at class in The Canterbury Tales is to split the pilgrims into the following four social classes: First, and most numerous in terms of the people in the work, is the…

• SCIENCE

Outline the differences in cytokinesis in animal and plant cells.

Cytokinesis occurs in eukaryotic cells after mitotic division takes place. Towards the end of mitotic cell division, during anaphase, animal cells begin to pinch in half and eventually, two…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

I need to know about Atticus’ character as described in the first four chapters.

In order for you to describe Atticus effectively, you need to look at some of his most significant quotes that Scout uses to describe him. She describes his job (pg. 4-5), his relationship to the…