What is the most important thing that happened in Chapter 3 of Lord of the Flies?

# What is the most important thing that happened in Chapter 3 of Lord of the Flies?

• LORD OF THE FLIES

What is the most important thing that happened in Chapter 3 of Lord of the Flies?

In my opinion, the most important thing that happens in this chapter is actually two things. I think that what is important is A) Jack failing to kill the pig that he is hunting and B) Ralph and…

• THOMAS GRAY

What is an analysis of “Sonnet on the Death of Richard West”?

A good case can be made that the speaker’s subject is himself. It is only in the thirteenth line that the subject (“him that cannot hear”) is mentioned, but for the rest of the poem the…

• MATH

how do i factor this using the quadratic equation 21x^2+22x-8=0

We can also use the quadratic formula to factorize the equation: 21x^2+22x-8=0 x1 = [-b + sqrt(b^2 – 4ac)]/2a We’ll identify the coefficients a,b,c: a = 21 b = 22 c = -8 b^2 – 4ac = 484 + 672 sqrt…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are 3 things that show Scout Finch is immature in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Scout Finch is immature because: 1. SHE IS EASILY PERSUADED TO FIGHT. We see this in the beginning as she wants to fight Walter Cunningham, and later she fights with her cousin Francis for calling…

• WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

What was Wordsworth’s involvement with Gray’s “Sonnet on the Death of Richard West”?

This poem was Gray’s poetic response to the death of his good friend, Richard West, in 1742. It has been especially notable because Wordsworth used it as the basis for criticizing the poetic…

• SYLVIA PLATH

What type of poem is “The Mirror” by Sylvia Plath?Is it a sonnet, metaphor poem, free verse…?

This poem is written in free verse. That means there is no meter to each line and there is no effort to create rhyme. In this poem, the Mirror or rather the reflective quality of the mirror is…

• POETRY

Please give me an analysis of Bart Edelman’s poem “Chemistry Experiment”?

The language is basically middle and easy throughout the poem. The last five lines, for example, contain no elevated words, with the possible exception of “elementary.” The diction in lines…

• POETRY

What is the plot structure in Edelman’s “Chemistry Experiment”?

The plot structure is very simple and straightforward and it is easy to comprehend. The poem originates in a college or university chemistry class, in which diligent students prepare and carry out…

• CLEAR LIGHT OF DAY

What is Anita Desai’s writing style in Clear Light of Day?

The writing style of Clear Light of Day takes its readers back to the tragic events of Partition in 1948 and then forward to see how those events have influenced the rationship between the two Das…

• RICHARD EBERHART

Please give me an analysis of his poem “The Fury of Aerial Bombardment”?

The speaker, as we discover in the last stanza, is a military instructor (“late in school”); the “you” can be the reader, an unspecified person who might be present, or humanity in general….

• RICHARD EBERHART

What is the theme of “The Fury of Aerial Bombardment”?

Eberhart’s poem uses the occasion of war to consider questions about God and humanity. This poems expresses strong antiwar sentiments. Though Eberhart does not develop any characters. he raises…

• THE SCARLET LETTER

In The Scarlet Letter, what is Dimmesdale’s “A” a symbol of?

In Chapter 11, which is significantly entitled “The Interior of a Heart”, we as readers discover what Chillingworth has already discovered – that Dimmesdale is scourging his own breast and has…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

In Part One of Fahrenheit 451, what is wrong with Mildred?

Physically, the main thing that goes wrong with Mildred in Part One of the book is that she almost dies. She accidentally takes a whole bottle full of sleeping pills and is near death before Guy…

• LITERATURE

Explain the importance of developing comprehension skills.how would you implement three of these…

I really have no idea what you’re referring to when you ask about implementing “three of these skills,” but I can address the importance of developing comprehension skills as you mention above….

• CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE

How does Marlow change his tone in his poems such as ‘Hero and Leander’?The question is about his…

Hero and Leander is a poem – an epyllion, that is, a short epic poem – which Marlowe composed based on work by the sixth-century poet Musaeus. The story, of course, is much older, based on…

• THE SHORT HAPPY LIFE OF FRANCIS MACOMBER

Explain what impact the controversy between the accidental and purpose killing of Francis…

The whole point of the story comes down to this last page. The question is, “Does Margot kill Francis on purpose, or is it, as she says, an accident?” In order to decide on the impact, you have…

• FRANKENSTEIN

What do you think the word “monster” means in Mary Shelleys novel, Frankenstein?Mary Shelley’s…

The word “monster” in itself has been changed through editions. The original manuscript used the word “daemon”, others uses “creature”, and some modern versions use “monster.” All imply one same…

• THE GIVER

When Jonas gives a memory to Gabe in The Giver, does he still have the memory?

The answer here is no. Once Jonas gives the memory to Gabe (or if he would give it to anyone else, for that matter) he no longer has the memory himself. This is also true of the Giver himself….

• HEART OF DARKNESS

I know that Marlow and Conrad are alter egos in the book Heart of Darkness, but how are Kurtz and…

This is a very deep question which I will try to do justice in the space allotted, but just be aware that entire PhD theses have been written on this topic! You are definitely right in suggesting…

• THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL

What is the main category of conflict for The Scarlet Pimpernel?man vs. ___ format

Man v. man is the primary conflict in Baroness Orczy’s The Scarlet Pimpernel. While Percy does struggle with his decision to marry Christine and thinking that she is malevolent enough to send…

• HISTORY

Are Lodge’s arguments relevant today, especially in discussions pertaining to the United…

I assume that you are talking about Henry Cabot Lodge and his arguments against the League of Nations. If so, I think that his arguments do remain relevant today and are typically used by people…

• THE DESTRUCTORS

In Graham Greene’s “The Destructors,” discuss how Trevor overcame his circumstances.

I am uncertain as to the precise information you are asking for. Normally when we use the phrase “overcome circumstances” we are referring to a character, who, in spite of his poor upbringing or…

• ROMAN FEVER

Sheer Entertainment?Is “Roman Fever” by E. Wharton sheer entertainment, or does it have any…

You might want to reread the story to understand the serious aspects of it. When Mrs. Ansley tells Mrs. Slade that Barbara, her daughter, is also the daughter of Mrs. Slade’s husband, that should…

• MATH

It appears that you are confused because the way various expressions are represented, these can be interpreted in different ways. You can represent the expression more clearly as: Instead of: I….

• LITERATURE

how can I get women at point zero?complete text

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• THE SCARLET LETTER

On what pages are sin and evil personified in The Scarlet Letter?

Nathaniel Hawthorne’s seminal work, The Scarlet Letter clearly has parbolic character. With Hester’s child, Pearl, one is reminded of the New Testament’s “pearl of great price” as Hester’s shame…

• THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD

Does someone have a list of the major metaphors in Their Eyes Were Watching God?

Like most novels, Their Eyes Were Watching God contains numerous metaphors. I do not have a list of all the metaphors in this work, though there are plenty to be found. The language throughout…

• MATH

its true it have’s many different outcomes =/

• HAMLET

What’s a good question to ask (as well as a thesis) related to the supernatural in Hamlet & A…

In considering the supernatural in Hamlet and in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, you will want to find some common thread that runs through the element of the supernatural in both plays. Consider, for…

• MACBETH

In Macbeth, compare and contrast the attitude of Macbeth and Banquo to the prophecies of the…

It is vital to realise how Shakespeare is using these two characters as foils. Both are present at the appearance of the witches and both receive similar prophecies. The key difference between the…

• SCIENCE

When added to water, how does an acid affect the pH and H+ concentrations? What increases or…

pH is a measure of acidity or basisity (alkalinity) of a solution. It is approximately equivalent to the negative log of the concentration of hydronium (H3O+) ions. Because of the negative log…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

In Chapter 8 of The Great Gatsby, how has Gatsby’s house changed?

It is clear that as Nick is unable to sleep and feels he needs to visit Gatsby to make sure he is OK, there is a definite change in the house. Consider what Nick says: His house had never seemed…

• MATH

Here we are given that : \$15660×2/3×1/2=5220. (\$15660-5220)x2/3=6960. Now we need to determine the following: (\$15660-?)x2/3=? From the equations given above we see that here we can replace the…

• HARRIET TUBMAN: CONDUCTOR ON THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

With regard to an essay about Harriet Ross Tubman, please give three important main topics with…

I have not read this book (or if I did it was decades ago), but I see that your question is still unanswered. Harriet Tubman is a relatively familiar character, so I’ll offer you some ideas for…

• SCIENCE

How does the newly announced carcinoma-curing technique using gold atoms work?

A new way of carcinoma treatment comprises the use of gold nano shells on carboxylated polystyrene spheres (GNCPSs). The gold nano particles can perform an efficient conversion of light that is…

• HISTORY

What aspects do all religions seem to have in common despite the fact that they developed…

The only thing I can think of that all religions truly have in common is the idea that there is a supernatural world that is beyond the human world. This can be a world of spirits like in Shinto…

If individuals suddenly needed less food to subsist, what would happen, according to the…

According to this model, if people suddenly needed less food to subsist then aggregate demand would fall and, in the long run, price levels would fall. In the long run, however, there would be no…

• RELIGION

what practices of western religions might be shocking to others if you view them from…

If we are counting Judaism as a western religion (I assume that we are) then I would say that circumcision might be shocking to others if viewed from a “neutral” perspective. It wold seem very…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

How does Golding show us that Ralph is growing up at the start of chapter 5 in Lord Of The Flies?

The beginning of Chapter 5 of this novel is key for a number of reasons. At the end of Chapter 4 we have just encountered a serious crisis. Because of the blood lust that Jack has unleashed with…

• LITERATURE

Can we relate to Renaissance literature, or is our modern world too distant from the Renaissance…

This is the sort of question that is really one that each individual must answer. However, for the sake of generalization, I would have to say that of course we can relate to literature from the…

Are performance appraisals a step towards management by objectives?discuss with the help of example?

I believe the statement in the question is not quite correct. The term performance appraisal generally applies to the appraisal of the performance of a person by another person, generally the…

• PHYSICS

An automobile initially moving at 30 ft/sec accelerates uniformly at 15 ft/sec^2. How fast is it…

We are given that the initial velocity of the automobile is 30 ft/s. The rate at which it is accelerating is 15 ft/s^2. The relation between the initial velocity V0 and final velocity Vt after an…

• SCIENCE

Why does a capacitor block DC current, but allow AC current to pass through?

The way capacitors and resistors behave is totally different. While resistors allow a current to flow through them which is proportional to the voltage drop across the resistor, capacitors oppose a…

• SCIENCE

Find both branches of the inverse function of z=t^2-4. For what values of z is defined.

First thing, we’ll determine the inverse function. For this reason, we’ll apply symmetric property and we’ll re-write the expression: t^2 – 4 = z We’ll add 4 both sides: t^2 = z + 4 We’ll calculate…

• PHYSICS

Given that v0=20 m/s and a=3 m/s^2 determine x for t = 10 s

We are given that the initial velocity V0 = 20 m/s. The acceleration is given as 3 m/s^2. Now we have to determine the distance travelled in 10s. We first find the velocity after 10 s. As velocity…

• FRANCES ELLEN WATKINS HARPER

Analyze “The Slave Mother” by Frances E.W. Harper.

Frances E.W. Parker (1825-1911) was an African-American poet who was active in the movement to abolish slavery. Her poem “The Slave Mother” illustrates one of the cruelest aspects of slavery: that…

• PHYSICS

A certain task takes 12 minutes to accomplish.Find the time it takes in seconds; in hours.

To calculate the time in seconds we have to multiply the time in minutes by the number of seconds per minute: t = (12 min)(60 s/min) We’ll simplify and we’ll get: t = 720 s To calculate the time in…

• SCIENCE

How do we know how the responding variable changes for the manipulated variables in the formular…

An ideal gas approximately follows the ideal gas law which gives the relation between pressure and temperature as pV= nRT, where p is the absolute pressure of the gas; V is the volume of the gas; n…

How do I write a brief summary for this book, Lady Sings the Blues? Do I have to summarize the…

You don’t say how long your summary needs to be, but a summary is a brief overview of the book. Be careful not to include details in the book; instead, you want to include the main points in the…