What does Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina reveal about women in ninteenth century?

What does Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina reveal about women in ninteenth century?

  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Analyze Atticus’s conversation with his neighbors, what “weapons” does he try to use in To Kill a…

After reading your question, I referred to my copy of the novel. There is no conversation between Atticus and his neighbors in Chapter 14, so I am assuming that you are referring to the events…

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  • ANNA KARENINA

What does Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina reveal about women in ninteenth century?

In Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina, the segment of society shown is that of the upper classes. Tolstoy is praised for his “profound insight into the relationship between the individual and the surrounding…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What does Scout teach Atticus in ch 13?

Near the end of Chapter 13 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch attempts to teach his daughter, Scout (Jean Louise) that she must obey her Aunt Alexandra’s dictates and adopt a much more…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What use can Scout’s sayings about a caste system have for a community and what problems does…

You’ll find at least at least two answers to very similar questions at enotes. See the links provided below. I want to add a detal that doesn’t seem to discussed in those answers. The novel has…

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  • MATH

What area on land is shown on the map as a square with an area equal to 2 cm^2.On a map the…

Here we have to use ratios. An actual distance of 1400 kilometers is represented as 2.8 cm on the map. The ratio of actual distance to that on the map is 1400: 2.8*10^-5 => 1400/ (2.8*10^-5):1…

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  • ENOTES HELP

How do you reference enotes in APA style?

The standard way of quoting something you have retrieved from a website in the APA format is as follows: Author, A. (date). Title of document [Format description]. Retrieved from http://URL The…

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  • SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE

Use of symbolism in William Blake’s songs of innocence and experience

There is hardly any poen in Songs of Innocence and Experience which does not have a symbolic or allegorical or allusive implication. Though these poems are rendered in the simplest possible…

  • THE CRUCIBLE

At the end of The Crucible should Elizabeth have let Proctor hang?

At the end of The Crucible, the court officials bring out Elizabeth, hoping that she will plead iwth her husband to confess, so that he won’t hang. They hope that Proctor’s confession will prompt…

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  • SCIENCE

What is an inverting amplifier?Give an example.

In electronics, an amplifier is a circuit that multiplies an input signal by a factor called the Gain. So, if the Gain is 10, the output signal will be 10 x larger than the input signal. It is…

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  • A CLEAN, WELL-LIGHTED PLACE

Compare and contrast the three characters of A Clean, Well-Lighted Place.

This is in respect to the ways the three characters deal with uncertainty and what they have to live for. The old man drinks his sorrows away to forget the void in his life: the “nada.” He has…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

How is the theme of loneliness explored and developed in the novel Of Mice and Men?

One of the major themes in John Steinbeck’s novel Of Mice and Men is alienation and loneliness. These are circumstances that Steinbeck addresses in this novel of the Great Depression, as well as…

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  • ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD

How does the role of the Player as Shakespeare portrays him compare to Stoppard’s portrayal in…

There is a significant different between the player in Shakespeare’s Hamlet and in Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. In Shakespeare’s play the character of the play has absolutely…

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  • RELIGION

Does anyone know what Ellen G. White says ought to be one’s primary reason for health reform?this…

In my opinion, the answer to this is going to be that your body is the temple of God and that you must therefore keep it as healthy as possible. I say this because that is what was emphasized to…

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  • HAMLET

What are three elements of delay that are illustrated in Hamlet, the “revenge” play?

Hamlet’s character is plagued by indecision and inaction, which causes him to delay taking revenge for his father’s murder. There are a number of examples, but three that I think would be the most…

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  • MATH

For what values of a does the quadratic equation ax^2 + 20x + 4 = 0 have equal roots?

The roots of a quadratic equation ax^2 + bx + c = 0 can be represented as [–b + sqrt (b^2 – 4ac)]/2a and [–b – sqrt (b^2 – 4ac)]/2a Now if the two are equal [–b + sqrt (b^2 – 4ac)]/2a =…

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  • THE PATRIOT

who is the patriot reffered by robert browning in the poem the patriot?plzz help me

There’s no black and white answer and the poem is certainly open to interpretation. What is certain is that the speaker (the Patriot) is someone who was once beloved and welcomed by the public,…

  • MATH

What is each angle of the following triangle? The largest angle of the triangle is 6 times as…

The total of all the angles in a triangle is equal to 180 degrees. Now we are given that in the particular triangle the largest angle is 6 times as large as the smallest and the third angle is 30…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

what theory do we use to analyze China’s foreign policy?there are at least 3 methods to analyze…

I think you could use all of these, but my favorite is probably Rosenau. I think his typology does work well to shed light on China’s actions. For example, he predicts that a country will be least…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Please provide a character analysis of Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet.

Tybalt is Juliet’s cousin, and, from the first scene of the play, shown to be someone who intends on keeping the feud going, at all costs. When he enters Act I, scene i to find Benvolio attempting…

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  • SILAS MARNER

How would you describe Silas in Silas Marner?

At the beginning of his life, Silas is a devoted and happy church-goer and has lots of friends and they really think highly of him. He is devout and hard working and has a wonderful girlfriend and…

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  • SILAS MARNER

What special talent do people believe Silas has in Silas Marner?

According to the information presented to us on Chapter 1, the village of Raveloe, being so barren and small (and in many ways narrow-minded) had decided that the strange eyes of Silas Marner as…

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  • SILAS MARNER

How is Silas regarded by the people of Raveloe?

The people of Raveloe, which is hardly a cosmopolitan, varied, or visited place, made much of whatever was different and new. Silas Marner was one of few emigrants who arrived in the town after a…

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  • SILAS MARNER

From what physical handicap does Silas suffer in Silas Marner?

I don’t know that I would necessarily call it a “handicap,” but the problem that Silas has is that he is sort of “hunched over,” if that makes sense. He was a weaver by profession and therefore…

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  • SILAS MARNER

What is Silas’ vocation in Silas Marner by George Eliot?

Silas Marner’s vocation is shown to us on Chapter 1, and it states that he is a linen weaver. He appears to be specially talented in this area since he really catches the attention of the Raveloe…

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  • MATH

At what point on the graph of y=1+(1/x) will the tangent line pass through the point (3,0)?

Let the point be (x,y). Now the slope of the tangent to a point on any curve is the first derivative of the curve. Here y = 1 + 1/x => y’ = -1/x^2 Now, the slope of a line between (x1, y1) and…

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  • SCIENCE

New Bacteria discovered in Mono LakeHow exciting is it for an extremophile bacteria to…

At first I thought that it was not really relevant since they had to “train” the bacteria to use the arsenic. But then I realized that isn’t the point — the point is that it’s possible that life…

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  • MATH

Find the maximum volume of a right circular cylinder inscribed in a cone of altitude 12 cm and…

We have to find the maximum volume of the cylinder. Now let the height of the required cylinder by equal to h and let its radius be equal to r. Now the radius of the base of the cone is 4 cm. And…

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  • HISTORY

Who was a better leader of the Mongolian empire, Genghis Khan or Kublai Khan?Why? Hard facts please!

Wow…Grampa versus Grandson. In this case, I have to throw my opinion behind Gramps (Genghis.) Both of the men had certain successes to lay claim to, but I think that Genghis’ are greater in…

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  • MATH

If a person runs 100 meters at 15 m/s, 400 meters at 10 m/s and 800 meters at 8m/s , what is the…

Speed is given by the relation, speed = distance/ time. This can be written as time = distance/ speed. Now the person runs 100 m at 15 m/s. The time required is 100/15. The next 400 m are run at 10…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

can you list me 10 laws and their punishmentsi am doing a project where you have to create your…

My country will be a democracy. I want to start with a law that says that people cannot lie about candidates for office or or about political policies being promoted by a person or group. Anyone…

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  • JOHN STEINBECK

What did John Steinbeck contribute to literature?What did John Steinbeck contribute to literature?

In my mind, I think that Steinbeck’s greatest contribution is his absorption of the voice of the dispossessed in his work. At a time when America’s struggles needed to be articulated, Steinbeck…

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  • MATH

Calculate the slope of the path dy/dx at the point (1/sqrt 2, sqrt 2) given x = cos t and y= 2…

Here we have to find the slope of dy/dx at the point ((1/ sqrt 2), sqrt 2). We are given that x = cos t and y= 2 sin t. Now from x = cos t , we get dx/ dt = -sin t = -y/2. From y = 2 sin t we get…

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  • MATH

Why the answer to this problem 4^(5x-3)=1 is 3/5?

You want to know why x = 3/5 is a solution for 4^(5x-3) = 1. Now in 4^(5x-3) = 1, the solution of x is a value that if substituted for x makes the right hand side equal to the left hand side. If we…

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  • MATH

Solve for variable 8+18/w=14

We have to solve for w given the equation 8 + 18 / w = 14. 8 + 18 / w = 14 multiply all terms by w => 8w + 18 = 14w subtract 8w from both the sides => 14w – 8w = 18 => 6w = 18 divide both…

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  • SHERWOOD ANDERSON

what is the meaning of the egg sherwood anderson

the meaning of the egg is the beginning of fathers (protagonist) american dream and he trying to hatch his egg but its not working out and when fathers throws the egg he becomes a grotesque (the…

  • MATH

Find all solutions of x^4 – 3x^2 + 2 = 0?

We have to find all the solutions of x^4 – 3x^2 + 2 = 0. Now let y = x^2 x^4 – 3x^2 + 2 = 0 => y^2 – 3y + 2 = 0 => y^2 – 2y – y + 2 =0 => y*(y – 2) – 1*(y – 2) =0 => (y – 1)(y – 2) = 0…

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  • MATH

What is x if 28 = 19 + 12^(x-7) ?

We have to find x if 28 = 19 + 12^(x-7). Now we can rewrite 28 = 19 + 12^(x-7) => 28 – 19 = 12^(x-7) => 9 = 12^(x-7) The best way to proceed is to use logarithms. => log 9 = log […

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  • MATH

Solve for x : e^(3x-4)=1/e^(x-12)

First, we’ll use the negative power property of exponentials: 1/e^(x-12) = e^-(x-12) Now, we’ll re-write the equation: e^(3x-4) = e^-(x-12) Since the bases are matching, we’ll use one to one…

  • MATH

How do I use substitution in this problem 2x-y=5, 3x-2y=9?

We’ll be able to use substitution, only after changing the first equation. 2x-y=5 We’ll sutract 5 both sides: 2x – y – 5 = 0 We’ll add y both sides: y = 2x – 5 (1) Now, we can substitute y by it’s…

  • MATH

Find all solutions of the equation in the range [0;pi]. 1+cosx+cos2x=0

We’ll start by re-writing the last term of the equation: cos 2x = cos (x+x) cos 2x = cos x*cos x – sin x*sin x cos 2x = (cos x)^2 – (sin x)^2 We’ll substitute the term (sin x)^2 by the difference 1…

  • MATH

Differentiate x*cos2x.

We’ll note the given function as y = x*cos2x Since we have to determine the first derivative of a composed function, we’ll apply the chain rule and also the product rule. dy/dx = [d/dx(x)]* cos2x +…

  • MATH

What is the indefnite integral of 1/(x^2 – 4x)?

To determine the indefinite integral, we’ll write the function as a sum or difference of elementary ratios. 1/(x^2 – 4x) = 1/x(x-4) 1/x(x-4) = A/x + B/(x-4) 1 = A(x-4) + B(x) We’ll remove the…

  • THOMAS HARDY

Explore and discuss how Hardy portrays the memory of a loved one in the poem “The Voice.”

“The Voice” is one of a series of poems that Hardy wrote as a kind of lament to his dead wife, Emma, expressing his loss but also something of the guilt that he felt in the way that he had treated…

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  • TEACHERS

What road sign represents your teaching style? What road sign represents your teaching style?

For me, it’s “Caution, Workers in the Road” or whatever the most current version of the old “Men Working”sign is. The sign applies to me and to my students. I have to remember that they are…

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  • AN OCCURRENCE AT OWL CREEK BRIDGE

In “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge,” describe in detail what you think about the narrator of…

The author’s concern in this memorable tale is to present us with a taut psychological drama that narrates an incredible, fantastical escape compressed into the last few seconds of Farquhar’s life…

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  • TEACHERS

Hamlet meets Oprah Winfrey?!Just wanted to share one of my recent success stories as a teacher -…

Hamlet meets Oprah Winfrey?! Just wanted to share one of my recent success stories as a teacher – when they come we need to make the most of them! So, having studied Hamlet up to and including Act…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

In Julius Caesar, were there 3 shouts praising Caesar?Or were there 2 shouts praising him and the…

It is always a good idea, when asking about a specific moment in a play to cite the Act and Scene to which you refer. I will assume here that you refer to Act I, scene ii when, as Brutus and…

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  • THE METAMORPHOSIS

In The Metamorphosis do you think Gregor was like a “bug” even before his metamorphosis?

This is a really interesting question. Although we are only presented with Gregor when he has been transformed, and so we never see him before he experiences his metamorphosis, we can infer quite a…

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  • HISTORY

Did the Bank War divide the North and South economically?

I would say that the Bank War (I’m assuming you’re talking about Andrew Jackson and his “war” against the Bank of the United States) did not do anything to divide the North and the South. This was…

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  • IN THE TIME OF THE BUTTERFLIES

In The Time of the Butterflies, what is a quote that would show Las Mariposas to be a good,…

Unfortunately, you need to remember that the book presents us with all four of the sisters and their own separate characters, identities and journeys to becoming rebels against Trujillo’s regime….

 


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