What is the most important element in Branagh’s Hamlet that illustrates the uniqueness of his…

What is the most important element in Branagh’s Hamlet that illustrates the uniqueness of his…

  • HAMLET

What is the most important element in Branagh’s Hamlet that illustrates the uniqueness of his…

An important element of the unique approach to Hamlet in Branagh’s film version is that he included flashbacks and scenes that don’t exist in Shakespeare’s play. So, in effect, he created his own…

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  • ODE TO THE WEST WIND

The last line of the poem “Ode to the West Wind” is often quoted. “If Winter comes, can Spring be…

In this poem, Shelley talks about the west wind as both a creator and a destroyer. He says that as it destroys things (through storms) it is also recreating new landscapes and new life. He hopes…

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  • HISTORY

How did Progressives address the issues of big business, political rights and social justice?How…

What the progressives were trying to do was to reduce the power of big business and of things like political machines. They wanted to return political power to the middle classes — they saw these…

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  • SARA TEASDALE

Give the summary of the poem, “Barter.”

The title of the Sara Teasdale poem hints to its true meaning. The word “barter” means to trade one thing for another. Teasdale’s poem illustrates the belief that the good things in life do not…

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  • BUSINESS

Explain the utility of “training process pyramid”.

In athletics pyramid training is varying the duration and intensity of exercise throughout a training session. It is also known by its popularized name HITT – High Intensity Interval Training;…

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  • MATH

You have 100 pounds of potatoes, which are 99 percent water by weight. They dehydrate until…

Let the lost weight = xWeight of potatoes at 99% – Weight of potatoes at 98% = x0.99(100) – 0.98(100 – x) = xSimplify:99 – 98 + 0.98x = x1 = x – 0.98×1 = 0.02×50 = xTherefore the total weight lost…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

Account for the use of the pronun “we” by the narrator in “A Rose for Emily”.

The narrator’s use of “we” suggests that although one person may be telling the story – she considers her opinions to be those of the majority. The actual identity (even gender) of the narrator in…

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  • GRAMMAR

How to teach grammar in the classroom?I am in a vocational school, and the students are very poor…

I personally would teach it no differently than how one teaches mathematics: provide a set of rules, and how to make use of them step-by-step starting with the most basic of rules, and building in…

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  • SCIENCE

Why, after brushing our teeth, on eating everything tastes bitter?

Our tongues have millions of taste receptors on them. In addition, tooth paste is full of many different chemicals that clean our teeth. It is no surprise that these chemical can have an impact on…

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  • SCIENCE

How can drugs affect a urinalysis test?Medications not street drugs.

Literally hundreds of medications can change or alter the results of a urinalysis (UA). Many change the physical characteristics, others change the chemical characteristics. A very partial list…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

What do you learn about Polyphemus in The Odyssey?Give some conclusion please. I need that now….

When Odysseus and his men land on the island of Cyclopes, they enter a huge cave which, they come to find, is inhabited by the giant, one-eyed Cyclops, Polyphemus. Polyphemus is a cannibal (the…

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  • ROALD DAHL

Similarity between the characters of the old man in ‘Umbrella Man’ by Roald Dahl and the Youth…

Both the young con man in “Dusk” and the old man in “The Umbrella Man” have concocted stories that will bring them relatively large sums of money if they have the desired effect on the victim. If…

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  • TEACHERS

Are there any objections between theory and practice in the context of Asian teaching situations?…

There is much within this question that poses some challenges in answering effectively. The most primary of them in my mind is the term “Asian teaching situations.” Attempting to make a blanket…

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  • REFERENCE

Are Communicative Approach and Communicative Language Teaching the same? When does Communictive…

The communicative approach and communicative language teaching are generally synonymous, though I believe other subjects could be taught using the communicative approach. As far as I know, at this…

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  • BUSINESS

Will the franchisee route to a faster roll-out of retail outlets work for these…

The question does not give any data of the jewellery brands to be marketed using franchise route, or the kind of franchise to be used. In this situation it is not possible to judge if franchise…

  • REFERENCE

How can i effectively analyse the x bar theory of syntax in linguisticsThis is a language question

The X-bar theory is used when performing syntactic analysis on a phrase or sentence usually in the form of a syntactic tree. Essentially what this theory states is that there are syntactic…

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  • SCIENCE

Do your teeth really affect your heart, such as with “periodontal disease”?

Absolutely! The blood vessels that run through your gums have a one way street to your heart. If you develop an infection deep in your gums, and it is left untreated for a duration of time the…

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  • THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES

How is Scout Finch different from Lily Owens from To Kill a Mockingbird and The Secret Life of…

Starting with your idea of their fathers – think beyond just the relationship each girl has with her father. Think about the relationship each girl has with her family*. Scout’s is decidedly…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

How is the commandment ”all animals are equal” not upheld in the farm — especially with the pigs.

You can see that the pigs are being treated differently from the other animals just about as soon as the revolution is over. Already in Chapter 3, the pigs are clearly treated better than any of…

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  • MACHIAVELLIAN ETHICS

How would a state under a Machiavellian ruler be different to that of one organized like…

I have read The Prince several times. I have never read Utopia; I can judge it only by its title. In The Prince, Machiavelli described the behavior of princes as he had observed it to be during…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

Why does Sarah Pocket treat Pip with such contempt in Great Expectations?

Readers first become acquainted with Sarah Pocket in Chapter 11, when Pip arrives at Miss Havisham’s and is instructed by Estella to wait in the corner of the room until he is called for. In the…

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  • HISTORY

If you had voted for Nixon, then found out about the Watergate scandal, would it have affected…

In my opinion, my perception of government power would have been affected whether or not I had voted for Nixon. However, if I had voted for Nixon, I probably would have done so because I did not…

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  • THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET

Is Esperanza really Sandra Cisneros?? Are all the events in the book real events that are tied…

House on Mango Street was not written as an autobiography – exactly. Do not read into these stories as true events of the author’s life. Instead of plot details, Sandra Cisneros uses the truth…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Do you think the number of bioethical issues will increase or decrease in the future? why?Do you…

I think that there is no way that the number of such issues will decrease in the future. I think it is inevitable that the number will grow. The reason for this is the fact that our technological…

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  • WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

What are at least the 3 reasons why Christopher Marlowe wrote Shakespeare’s plays?Christopher…

If he had indeed written the plays, the reasons why he hid behind the image of Shakespeare are according to Marlovian theorists, the following: Marlowe was a larger than life character. He…

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  • BUSINESS

What is the meaning of exit interview, seperation interview, termination interview?

An exit interview is what takes place between you, your manager, and someone from HR when you are voluntarily leaving your job to take a job at a different company. It usually involves answering…

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  • WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

Shakespeare’s comediesI’m considering teaching one of Shakespeare’s comedies in my…

In the past I’ve taught A Midsummer Night’s Dream to both my drama class and English class simply because it’s one of his more popular plays-I think students would recognize the name more than the…

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  • SPEECH AND DRAMA TEACHERS

Are there any use of rhetorical devices in the “I Have a Dream” speech by Martin Luther King Jr.?…

There are lots of rhetorical devices in Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. King was a gifted writer and speaker; if you listen to this speech you will hear the rhythms of his soaring…

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  • SCIENCE

What are the Function of muscular system? Why is it importance to the human body? Main structure…

Without the muscular system we wouldn’t be able to move, at all. We would be no different than a plastic skeleton hanging up in a biology class that is covered in a layer of dermis. Furthermore,…

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  • MACBETH

In Macbeth, give one example of how figurative language enhances the setting?

Shakespeare’s language is innately fighurative. In Macbeth his language has helped to enhance the setting. Macbeth is a story of evil, death and violence. Therefore the drama is enacted in a…

  • LAW AND POLITICS

who link between the president & the lok sabha? A-speaker of loksabha, B-the P.M. C-the…

A-speaker of loksabha

  • NIGHT

Discuss the significance of the title to the event described in Wiesel’s memoir.I can kind of…

Like so much in Wiesel’s work, there are many layers of analysis within this topic. What I take away from it is that the title’s reference can be connected to the poem that is featured when…

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  • SCIENCE

Describe how digital signals can carry more information.

Digital signals are capable of carrying more information than analogue signals because digital signals make use of the bandwidth more efficiently by closely approximating the original analogue…

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  • HATCHET

What literary device was used to build suspense in “Hatchet” written by Gary Paulsen?

The first element used in Hatchet to create suspense is foreshadowing. Paulsen consistently gives clues of upcoming events. One of the first (and most obvious) examples is in the first couple of…

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  • SCIENCE

Explain electrostatic phenomena in terms of the movement of electrons.Please give a detailed…

Electrostatic phenomena are quite commonplace, but unusual events. There are many different examples of such events, but I will name only a few of them to demonstrate what they are: One example…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How is Scout Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird smiliar to Lily in The Secret Life of Bees?

Well this is an interesting question. At first thought, if we’re comparing life circumstances, these girls almost couldn’t be more different. I suppose to get the obvious out of the way first,…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why does using shame as punishment uncivilize and downright mean? What kind of harmful…

The short answer is it is uncivilized because it doesn’t work. To publicly humiliate someone to an end that is not achieved is quite barbaric. Criminals are already quite ostracized from society,…

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  • WINESBURG, OHIO

What are some important quotes and explanations from Winesburg Ohio? What is the theme of the…

Winesburg, Ohio is a collection of loosely connected stories whose central theme is the condition of alienation and isolation which characterizes the human experience. Sherwood Anderson calls his…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the hepatic portal system and how does it work?

The hepatic portal system (also known as the portal venous system) is the name for the collection of veins that make up the hepatic portal vein and its tributaries. It is responsible for moving…

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  • 1984

How does racism play a part in 1984?and also a quote by any chance? thanks

Racism in itself does not actually play a significant part in the action of the novel. Orwell wrote at a time before Britain became the basically multiracial society it is today, and he did not…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Should American society operate according to the logic of meritocracy or according to some other…

If you look at one aspect of operating according to a meritocracy, you might find a few interesting answers. One thing that, ostensibly, is very meritocratic is the college admission system. They…

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  • SCIENCE

How many sinus cavities do you have?

A healthily developed person has four pairs sinus cavities: Between the eyes: these ones are called the ethmoid sinuses and they are located behind the bridge of the nose between the eyes. We are…

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  • HEART OF DARKNESS

How is Heart of Darkness an angry document of brutal exploitation-a record of things seen and done?

Joseph Conrad based his novel on first-hand experience. That is what makes it so powerful. Although it is fiction, the images and situations presented in the novel are meant to call attention to…

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  • SCIENCE

Is it possible for a pregnancy to go full term in an ectopic pregnancy?

In extremely rare documented cases, some women have been known to carry a baby to term; however it is exceptionally rare, and quite significantly dangerous for both the mother and the developing…

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  • HEART OF DARKNESS

How is Heart of Darkness a comment, condemnation, of the vilest scramble for loot, ivory, in the…

I would say that using the word “comment” is too weak to describe the theme of this novel. It is definitely a “condemnation” of colonialism. Conrad believed that greed was behind colonialism. Why…

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  • ANNE TYLER

With all flags flying 1.What is mr. carpenter attitude about possession adn unnecessary…

Mr carpenter feels as though all he needs in life are the bare necesities. He brings along a toothbrush, a pair of underwear, a razor, and a couple fig newtons. In his mind thats all he needs.

  • HISTORY

What two actions were taken to avoid a return to the brink of a nuclear war in 1963?

What you are probably referring to is the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis. The Soviet Union had secretly placed nuclear weapons directed at the United States at the ready. In 1963 the United States and…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What would you give up? Write a one-page journal entry. Would you be willing to give up the…

This is really a personal response question that nobody can really give you any correct answers for. It is something that you need to think about and decide for yourself. I can tell you what I…

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  • TO SIR, WITH LOVE

What does the narrator think of the char women who ride the bus with him in To Sir, with Love?

The narrator is amused by the char women who ride the bus with him, and looks upon them with respect, seeing in them “their own kind of dignity.” He describes them as “thick-armed, bovine women,…

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  • 1984

How do each of the character’s physical characteristics represent his or her personality?

I can think of a couple ways that the characters’ personalities are reflected in their physical characteristics. Julia, first of all, is a very fit, healthy-looking, and youthful woman, which is…

 


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