What is the central idea in the story Lost Jewels by Rabindranath Tagore?

# What is the central idea in the story Lost Jewels by Rabindranath Tagore?

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What happens after Atticus foils their plans and tells them to stop bothering Arthur Radley (Boo)?

At the end of Chapter 5, Atticus uses his rhetorical skills as a lawyer and tricks Jem into admitting that they were making fun of Boo. Atticus tells the three of them to end this game. As Atticus…

• MATH

As per fundamental theorem of calculus, F(t)=∫baf(t)dt=F(b)−F(a)F(t)=∫abf(t)dt=F(b)-F(a) where F(t) is the antiderivative of f(t) and F'(t)=f(t), ddx∫baf(t)dt=b’F'(b)−a’F'(a)ddx∫abf(t)dt=b′F′(b)-a′F′(a) Here a=0 so F(a)=0 , b=x^5…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

According to a recent study, young women with sexy social media photos are more likely to be…

The Oregon State University study describes a negative opinion of women that post provocative pictures on social media. This study has implications in the world of sociology in terms of the role…

• STAR FOOD

What happens to the character Dade from “Star Food” at the end of the story? What has he…

This is the crucial question in the short story. Throughout the short story, Dade lived his life between his father and mother. His father was a practical man who planned out his life, and he…

• THE LEAP

What qualities or idea might the leap represent?

Two of the leaps signify actual, physical leaps. The first physical leap is during the trapeze accident. The second physical leap is from the tree to the house during the house fire. But…

• THE OPEN WINDOW

What is an inference about Vera’s aunt in “The Open Window” using examples from the text?

Mrs. Sappleton appears to be a thoroughly domesticated, uneducated housewife whose life is devoted to her husband and brothers. It would appear that she is trying to train and condition young Vera…

• THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

From J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye, what quotes show that Holden wants to be accepted?

Holden wants to be accepted in many situations even though he is usually in denial about this subject. Whenever he’s rejected, for example, he rethinks it and says he didn’t like that person or…

• RED HARVEST

In Red Harvest, How can I use Dinah Brand to support/ explain/elucidate the definition of “crime”?

In order to answer your question, let us take a look at the definition of crime and then see how the character of Dinah Brand can shed light upon it. The definition of crime is as follows: an…

• TO BUILD A FIRE

In “To Build a Fire,” why did the dog feel uneasy or nervous?

The man did not realize until too late that he had started his trip when it was very dangerous because of the low temperature. The narrator states that it is seventy-five degrees below zero. The…

• THE LEAP

In “The Leap,” compare the three ways in which the mother somehow saves the daughter’s life.

In “The Leap,” Anna Avalon saves the life of her daughter (the narrator) in three very different ways. In the first instance, for example, Anna saves her own life when she is the victim of a freak…

• LITERATURE

Any ideas on a good quality literature book to do a review on? I’m not sure what book to do a…

There are literally thousands of books you can review which fall into the category “good quality literature”. The key to choosing a book is to find something in your area of interest and is within…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What happened between Francisco Pizzaro and the Incan emperor, Atahualpa ?

After hearing about the riches of the Incan Empire, Francisco Pizarro travelled to the Incan lands high in the Andes Mountains of Peru. The Incan Empire was recovering from a civil war that left…

• THE YELLOW WALLPAPER

Why does Jane feel so lonely and empty in “The Yellow Wallpaper”?

By “Jane,” I’m assuming you mean the main character who tells the story in first person. As to why she feels lonely and empty, a modern answer would be that she is probably suffering from…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Aunt Alexandra, Calpumia, Miss Maudie, and Mrs. Dubose are the woman in Scout’s life. Choose one…

This is a good question. All of these women had some effect on Scout, but the one who had the most effect was probably Calpurnia. The reason for this is that Calpurnia was with Scout more than…

• LITERATURE

Watson finds Holmes with a visitor, Mr. Jabez Wilson. Give Details about his appearance. Does his…

“I did not gain very much, however, by my inspection. Our visitor bore every mark of being an average commonplace British tradesman, obese, pompous, and slow. He wore rather baggy gray shepherd’s…

• RELIGION

What are positive viewpoints on divorce?

According to Stephanie Coontz’s The Way We Never Were: American Families and the Nostalgia Trap, the typical marriage in the United States prior to the American Revolution was roughly 12 years….

• THE SOJOURN

Jozef has visions of his mother four or five times throughout Andrew Krivak’s novel The Sojourn….

In Andrew Krivak’s novel The Sojourn, the mother of protagonist Jozef Vinich died when he was just an infant. She had been walking with Jozef and her nephew on train tracks, thinking that the train…

• LAW AND POLITICS

Can and should Congress have the authority to have a say in the Iran nuclear deal? Or should the…

Clearly, Congress can have a say in the Iran nuclear deal. Congress and the President came to an agreement allowing Congress to have a vote on the deal. The deal they made says that Congress can…

• TANGERINE

What cruel mockery of Mike Costello transpires between Erik and Arthur in front of Joey and Paul…

In front of his parents, Erik calmly explains Mike Costello died after getting hit by lightning. Although he does not seem particularly upset, he appears at least respectful. Later on, Erik and…

• SCIENCE

Give the importance of value of Cross elasticity of demand for substitutes and complements?

Since demand of one good represents the trigger for the demand of another good, the change of price of one good leads to the change of price of the related good. Hence, the cross elasticity of…

• THE CRUCIBLE

Mary Warren tells Proctor that those accused will not hang if they do something- what is that…

Mary Warren’s exact words in this instance are: But, Mr. Proctor, they will not hang them ifthey confess. She says that those who have been accused will not hang if they confess. She says this…

• THE ODYSSEY

Do you agree that it is mostly thanks to the help and good advice given by women that Odysseus…

I do agree. Some of the best advice Odysseus got was from Circe. She is the one who told him that he’d have to go to the Underworld to seek out the blind prophet Tiresias because only the prophet…

• THERE WILL COME SOFT RAINS

How could I progress with a short story comparison between “There will Come Soft Rains” and “The…

Both Bradbury short stories can find significant moments of comparison and some distinct points of divergence. What follows are some suggestions that can assist you with the formation of your…

• THE CRUCIBLE

Why has Mary Warren been absent from her job at the Proctor household in The Crucible?

Mary Warren’s job at the Proctor household is a combination of housekeeper and nanny. She takes care of the Proctor children at times, and at other times she helps Elizabeth with all of the…

• THE KITE RUNNER

Why does Baba refuse to take the welfare money from Mrs. Dobbins?

Baba has a great deal of pride, and the American welfare system is a completely alien and humiliating concept to him. We learn that when he had used the food stamps at the cash register at the…

• THERE WILL COME SOFT RAINS

How can “There Will Come Soft Rains” and “The Veldt” by Ray Bradbury be compared?

There are several similarities between the stories “There Will Come Soft Rains” and “The Veldt” by Ray Bradbury. First of all, both houses seem to have a creepy nursery that projects…

What is the problem presented in the story?

The presenting problem in “The Red-Headed League” is brought to Sherlock Holmes by Jabez Wilson, who tells him and Watson a long story about how he became involved with the Red-Headed League and…

• AFTER TWENTY YEARS

What is Jimmy Well’s internal conflict in the story “After Twenty Years”?

We are not aware that Jimmy Wells had any internal conflict until the story is almost over. Then we realize that it was Jimmy himself who was listening to Bob in the doorway of the hardware store….

• THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN

How do beliefs, ethics, or values influence different characters’ behavior in The Absolutely True…

In The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, characters’ varying beliefs, ethics, and values motivate their behavior. For example, when Junior realizes that he has just been issued an…

• SCIENCE

Why does water boil faster on the top of a mountain?

Water boils at a lower temperature (therefore faster) at high altitudes because the atmospheric pressure it lower. A liquid will begin to boil when its vapor pressure equals atmospheric pressure….

• OF MICE AND MEN

Would Curley’s wife cause the death of Lennie if she had attention from Curley?

If we look at the chain of cause and effect: If Curley’s wife were satisfied, socially, in her marriage, Lennie may not have killed Curley’s wife. He may not have had an opportunity. Curley’s…

• LANGSTON HUGHES

Regarding the short story Thank You, M’am, write Roger’s letter to Mrs. Jones the day after the…

Hi there, The letter you’ve written has the appropriate tone. It’s polite, respectful, and gracious. The content of your letter is also good. Roger expresses his gratitude to Mrs. Jones and informs…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What evidence can I use to prove that Boo Radley is a shy and lonely man in Lee’s To Kill a…

Boo Radley is lonely because he has disengaged from society. He has not left his house in years. When Dill first comes to Maycomb, he is fascinated by Boo because he too understands what it means…

• HISTORY

Why did the election of 1932 show a shift from conservative to liberal (the government’s…

There are at least two ways to interpret this question. First, we can interpret it to ask why voters changed from electing conservatives to electing a liberal in 1932. Second, we can interpret it…

• LITERATURE

What is the summary of “The Chimney Sweeper: When my mother died I was very young,” by William…

In “The Chimney Sweeper: When my mother died I was very young,” William Blake speaks about the life of juvenile chimney sweeps who were employed in this dangerous occupation when they were much…

• THE PRISON

What are the themes in “The Prison”?

Imprisonment by life’s circumstances is the main theme of “The Prison: A Story,” by Bernard Malamud. Although there are allusions to Tommy’s past, when he was Tony, as a petty teenaged…

• LITERATURE

In the story “The Leap,” the narrator speaks of the three ways that she owes her existence to her…

Louise Erdrich uses a number of literary devices in “The Leap” as the narrator of the story details the three ways she owes her existence to her mother. In the first instance the speaker says,…

• CHARLES

What is the plot of the story “Charles” by Shirley Jackson?

Shirley Jackson wrote “Charles” as a short story for Mademoiselle magazine in 1948. It was later reprinted in other anthologies of her work. This light, humorous story contains some irony wherein…

• JULIUS CAESAR

How does Julius Caasar show that he is stoic using this quote : I could be well moved if I were…

Zeno of Citium founded the philosophy of stoicism in the early 3rd century BC. A main tenet of the original philosophy was to avoid destructive emotions. There was a heavy emphasis on logical…

• OF MICE AND MEN

George is upset about many things in the novella. In light of this, let me give you a sample. In the beginning of the novella, George and Lennie have a squabble as they are about to eat. Lennie…

• THE WEDNESDAY WARS

How is Holling Hoodhood a dynamic character in Gary Schmidt’s The Wednesday Wars?

A dynamic character is one who changes throughout the story as a result of overcoming the conflict of the story. Since the protagonist is the character who battles against and overcomes the…

• SCIENCE

Define Bronsted-Lowry base and explain with an example that water is a Bronsted-Lowry base

A Brownsted-Lowry base is a chemical that accepts a hydrogen ion (H+)(H+), while a Brownsted-Lowry acid is a chemical that accepts a hydrogen ion (H+)(H+) . A substance can act as either a base or…

• THE BET

In “The Bet” by Anton Chekhov, why was the bet considered “wild and senseless?”

It is the banker who, after the passage of fifteen years, thinks of the original bet as wild and senseless. And this wild, senseless bet was carried out! It is wild and senseless on the banker’s…

• MISS BRILL

In Katherine Mansfield’s “Miss Brill,” how does the narrative develop and alter throughout the…

To begin, the narrative is full of fresh and invigorating imagery, and the narrator playfully mimics Miss Brill’s own tone when describing anything. The “blue sky [is] powdered with gold and great…

• SCIENCE

How to separate hydrogen from carbohydrates? Is there any procedure to separate them or any…

Carbohydrates are chemically defined as chemical compounds containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen (CHO) and where the ratio of hydrogen to oxygen is generally 2 to 1 ( like in water, H2O). Most…

• SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER

What imagery is used in the short story “The Phoenix” by Sylvia Townsend Warner?

Imagery can be defined as those techniques in writing which are specifically used to paint a picture (image) in the reader’s mind. As such, the author uses figurative language or descriptive…

• JULIUS CAESAR

Is Cassius responsible for convincing Brutus to murder Caesar?

Is Cassius responsible for Brutus’ part in Caesar’s assassination? On the surface, yes. After all, it is Cassius who plants fake notes from the Roman people and who speaks on behalf of the other…

• OF MICE AND MEN

What would be five interesting questions to ask George from the story, Of Mice and Men?

This is a great request. I don’t think five question would be enough, but if I had an opportunity to ask five questions, I would ask the following. First, what made him travel with Lennie all…

• SCIENCE

What’s the advantage of a 3 pin plug over a 2 pin plug ?!

A ‘plug’ is a device that attaches to the end of an electrical wire and fits into an electrical current socket, usually situated in walls. The 2-pin plug consists of two prongs, one called the…