What details in “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” make it a pastoral poem?

What details in “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” make it a pastoral poem?

  • THE PASSIONATE SHEPHERD TO HIS LOVE

What details in “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” make it a pastoral poem?

Pastoral poems present an idealized vision of life in the countryside; the scenery is beautiful, the people are honest and forthright, and the fresh air is full of passionate love. Christopher…

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  • POLITICAL SCIENCE

What are the drawbacks of the freedom of speech?

To me, the major drawback of allowing freedom of speech is that you have to allow very hateful types of speech that can actually harm your society. US courts have consistently ruled that even…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Can I get a description of a photograph?Choose a photo and then brainstorm as many adjectives and…

Here’s the thing. No one here is going to write this essay for you, nor should they. As a senior in high school, you should see this as an interesting assignment and have some fun! Look around…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

compare the characters of touchstone and jaques?what were the differences between both of them?

HOPE THIS ANSWER HELPS !!! 🙂 SIMILARITIES Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy, As You Like It, has the characters of Jacques and Touchstone as mirror images of one another. They both play the role of…

  • BARN BURNING

If you were the defense attorney for the father in the story “barn burning”, how would you defend…

I think I would use an insanity defense to defend Abner Snopes. The prosecution is going to use all of his brutality against him, so I would take the things that he has done to show he is indeed…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

Write a summary (100 words) of first chapter of “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck.

In the first chapter of the novel, Of Mice and Men, readers are introduced to the two protagonists. Lennie and George are on their way to a ranch to find work. They have recently left Weeds…

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  • KAFFIR BOY: THE TRUE STORY OF A BLACK YOUTH’S COMING OF AGE IN APARTHEID SOUTH AFRICA

In Kaffir Boy, what do you think are the author’s beliefs? Are they credible? What part in the…

Mark Mathabane, the author of Kaffir Boy, believes that the apartheid regime in South Africa was inhumane, and that more people should know about it. The preface states explicitly that the book is…

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  • MATH

How To Make 3 Cups = (1st) 0 –> (2nd) 5 –> (3rd) 5if i got 3 cups.. The first one = 0 but…

1st: the first = 0 the 2nd = 0 and the third = 10 2nd: the first = 3 the 2nd = 0 and the third = 7 3rd: the first = 0 the 2nd = 3 and the third = 7 4th: the first = 3 the 2nd = 3 and the third =4…

  • OF MICE AND MEN

Describe the atmosphere that is created by the imagery in the first two paragraphs of Of Mice and…

The first two paragraphs are very interesting in relation to the rest of the story, because they actually create a kind of peaceful, reflective atmosphere with the description of the physical…

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  • MATH

Evaluate x for dy=0 if y=(x^2-ax+b)(x+c).

y = (x^2-ax+b)(x+c) To evaluate x if y’ = 0 We differentiate y = (ax^2-ax+b)(x+c) and equate to zero and solve for x. y’ = {(x^2-ax+b)(x+c)}’ = 0 y’ = (x^2-ax+b)'(x+c) +(x^2-ax+c)(x+c)’ y’ =…

  • MATH

What is x if lg(x+1) = lg10 + 2lg(x-1) ?

log(x+1) = log10+log(x-1). To find x, we use the logarithms rules: loga +logb = logab. Therefore we can write the expression on the right ,log10+log(x-1) as log10*(x-1). So now we can write the…

  • MATH

Solve for x : sin4x-sin2x=0

For, the beginning, we’ll express sin 4x = sin 2*(2x) But, the formula for the double angle sin 2a = 2sina*cosa. We’ll aply the formula to sin 2*(2x): sin 2*(2x) = 2 sin 2x* cos 2x (1) Now, we’ll…

  • LAW AND POLITICS

When the judge and counsel meet privately in the judge’s chambers, shoudn’t you have the right to…

This is an interesting question. The only answer that one can give is that there is some level of trust that has to be present within such a setting. For instance, a defendant must trust that the…

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  • SONNY’S BLUES

Give an analysis of James Baldwin

Eulogizing James Baldwin, whom he had sharply criticized earlier in their lives, Amiri Baraka said he reported, criticized, made beautiful, analyzed, cajoled, lyricized, attacked, sang, made us…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the problem with conducting the forbidden experiment?

I assume that you are asking about the experiment in which a researcher would deliberately isolate a child from any contact with humans and then see how or if its language abilities develop. What…

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  • SONNY’S BLUES

Choose one (1) or two (2) elements to analyze or explore: e.g. Theme and Setting, Two characters…

Music is an important form of communication and expression in the story, and it is the vehicle through which the older brother can understand his younger brother. The blues link the brothers—the…

  • SCIENCE

Is the ‘normal’ in the topic of light always at 90 degrees to the item?

The word normal refers to a line that is drawn at an angle 90 degrees to the surface at the point it is being drawn at. For example if you are considering the surface of a plain mirror, the normal…

  • MATH

Find how many distinct numbers greater than 5000 and divisible by 3 can be formed from…

We are interested only the numbers generated from 3,4,5,6 and 0 using at most once. The generated number should be divisible by 3.. We know that a number is divisible 3 if the sum of all its…

  • MATH

Find the number of ways in which 12 children can be divided into 2 groups of 6 if two particular…

The number of ways of choosing 6 boys from the 12 to form the two groups of 6 boys is given by C(12,6) In the case where the two boys are in one group, the number of ways of forming the groups is…

  • JAMES JOYCE

What is the style of James Joyce?about the dead

Joyce said in correspondence that his goal was to betray the paralysis of the Irish people; all of the stories touch on some form of paralysis, whether emotional, psychological, physical, or moral,…

  • POETRY

What is the main theme of the poem “The Sea” by J. Reeves?

Reeves compares the many moods of the sea to a “hungry dog.” In doing so, he illustrates that the sea is angry and unpredictable. During the day, the dog “rolls on the beach all day/ With his…

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  • REFERENCE

No signal from CPU to monitor. CPU is working,what is the problem?Monitor is working fine with…

When CPU is working fine and no problem with it, yet there is no output signal received from the CPU to monitor connected means that some thing is wring either with the connection from the CPU to…

  • ON LIBERTY

Critically comment on the following lines from ON LIBERTY.”If all mankind minus one were of a…

Quotations such as these prove how strongly passionate Mill was on the notion of individual choice and liberty. The inclusion of the idea of “silencing that one person” helps to bring this out….

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What would a theoritical background be for: Corporal Punishment: Its academic and psychological…

My district still uses corporal punishment and we have parent request that we use it. I am not a big fan of using corporal punishment. It seems like the only students it is ever used on come from…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

In Animal Farm, why was Mollie unable to accept Animal Farm?

It is in Chapter 5 that we are told that Mollie is working less and less and putting less effort in, and then she disappears: Three days later Mollie disappeared. For some weeks nothing was known…

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  • EVERYDAY USE

Are there any themes that are the same in Hughes’ work compared to “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker?

I think the best way to answer this question is to consider the historical context and identity of each author. Langston Hughes was one of the first poets of the Harlem Renaissance, the artistic…

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  • HARLEM

In his short poem (often called “Harlem”), why does Langston Hughes answer his main question with…

The list of questions that follow the main question in Langston Hughes’ short poem “Harlem” may serve to make us, as the readers, think about the full range of possible reactions to the situation…

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  • MISS BRILL

‘The principle theme of Mansfield’s “Miss Brill” is estrangement as human beings are…

Interesting statement you have to discuss there. I am not too sure that I agree with it if I am honest, because whilst the theme you identify is definitely present in this tremendous short story, I…

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  • TEACHERS

Declare your pet peeves when teaching a new book/novelVenting time, y’all! Here are mine: 1….

We all have our pet peeves but this forum isn’t nearly long enough! When I was mentoring a certain group of students, more than one had trouble with a book that was regularly used in a Language…

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  • REFERENCE

CCSS – Common Core State StandardsHave you started to look at the CCSS that are to be rolled out…

Is there anything new under the sun? Everything is vanity, my friend, everything is vanity… The wise teachers just carry on doing what they have always done and “coat” it in the new standards to…

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  • BUSINESS

Can someone help me consider and discuss how education is connected to social stratification and…

I think that research might help your claim here. I would examine the average earnings or salary of those who have college degrees versus those who do not. The comparative analysis of those who…

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  • TEACHERS

I was in 10 regular english last year. now in 11 AP languge and composition. any tips on how to…

On the outset, I think a couple of things could be done to help increase the chance of success in your new class. The first would be to preview the syllabus and readings online. There are many…

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  • THE CURSE

How would you compare Dubus’ “The Curse” to Dixon’s “All Gone”?

“All Gone” may be taken as a companion piece to “The Curse,” by Andre Dubus, the story immediately following “All Gone” in the anthology. Both works involve a character in the role of…

  • STEPHEN DIXON

Does anyone have a good summary of Dixon’s “All Gone”?

“All Gone” is a prime example of cosmic irony, or irony of fate. Random violence occurs at the beginning, and, ideally, the guilty should be caught and punished, while the loved ones of the…

  • THE BLUE HOTEL

Can someone please explain the Easterner’s analogy?

The Easterner’s analogy of grammar and human behavior (paragraph 265) takes a good amount of discussion, but it is unique in its placement of the gambler as an adverb, while the other…

  • THE BLUE HOTEL

Please explain the organization of the story. Why is it so confusing?

The first seven numbered sections form a story with two parts. The first two sections comprise a short first part, with exposition and complication leading up to a minor crisis, climax, and…

  • THE GREAT GATSBY

How do Daisy, Myrtle, and Jordan relate to today’s women?

This could be a rather dangerous question. I think that it’s important to not see too much into gender statements in works like Fitzgerald’s. I feel that he might not be making a declarative…

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  • THE BLUE HOTEL

What is the purpose of the Easterner’s explanation about the Swede?

The Easterner’s analysis in paragraph 90 explains the Swede’s uneasiness when he enters the hotel, but it does not explain his strange and aggressive behavior. There is a conflict in the story…

  • THE BLUE HOTEL

What is the conflict between the Swede and everyone else?

The major conflict is between the Swede and the other characters. He sets himself apart at the story’s exposition, and through his drunkenness, the card game, his fight with Johnnie, and his…

  • THE BLUE HOTEL

What happens to the Swede?

The demise and death of the unfortunate Swede is cast within Crane’s framework of situational irony, made plain by the Easterner at the very end: People are involved in vast, unspoken…

  • MATH

What is the inverse of f(x) = (x^2 +1) / (1- x^2)?

The inverse function of f(x) is defined as the function which when applied to the result of f(x) gives x. We have f(x) = (x^2 +1) / (1- x^2), let this be equal to y => y = (x^2 +1) / (1- x^2)…

  • MATH

What is the solution of dy/dx = (1+y^2)*e^x?

Given dy/dx = (1+y^2)e^x To find the solution of the differential equation: We write dy/dx = (1+y^2) e^x in the variable sparable form as below and integrate so that we get the primitive in the…

  • THE BLUE HOTEL

What is the story all about?

The story is largely about the contrast between the real West of the times and the picture that many people had of the so-called Wild West as a result of reading lurid stories in newspapers,…

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  • MATH

What is the inverse function of f(x) = 1 + 4x

f(x) = 1+4x. We know that y = f(x) = 1+4x is bijection which is a necessary condtion for the existence of the inverse function Let f^-1(x) be the inverse of f(x). Then y = f^-1(x) . So f(y) =…

  • SCIENCE

What is litmus?

I think you are referring to litmus in the context of the litmus test which is performed to identify whether a substance is acidic or alkaline. Litmus is a mixture of different dyes. These are…

  • MACBETH

Does anyone know a gap in Macbeth that can be filled with a monologue? Any ideas will be great.I…

One of the most famous “gaps” in the play is the murder of Duncan. The murders of Banquo and Lady Macduff are dramatized in the play, but the murder of Duncan in Act II, scene ii, is an off-stage…

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  • LITERATURE

In “Before the Firing Squad” by John Chioles, where does the climax take place?

The climax is that at the very last moment, Fritz throws the gun away and scrambles to get aboard a departing truck. Although the narrator describes him then to seem like “the boy that he really…

  • MATH

What is the value of b in the quadratic equation 4x^2 + bx + 12 =0 so that one root is thrice…

To find the value of b in 4x^2+bx+12 = 0, given that one root is 3 times the other. Let a and 3a be the roots. Therefore by the relation between the roots and coeficients, we have a+3a = -b/4 .Or…

  • MATH

What is the point of intersection of x+3y +7 =0 , 2x + 6y = 9 , 12y + 4x = 8

We have equations representing 3 lines: x+3y +7 =0 , 2x + 6y = 9 , 12y + 4x = 8 Now we know that for a line ax + by + c =0, the slope is given as –a/b The first line: x+3y +7 =0 , slope is -1/3…

  • LITERATURE

Where does the crisis take place in “Before the Firing Squad” by John Chioles?

The crisis of “Before the Firing Squad” occurs at the end, when the Germans are retreating from the areas they have been occupying. The fleeing Germans are given orders to kill the villagers in…

 


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