What is your overall reaction about the relationship between The American and Jig in "Hills Like…

# What is your overall reaction about the relationship between The American and Jig in "Hills Like…

• MATH

-7< 5x-2 < 8 solve x values

-7 < 5x-2 < 8 To solve for x values ,we need to free x from any factors. First we will add 2 to all sides of the inequality -7+2 < 5x-2+2 < 8+2 -5 < 5x < 10 Now divide by 5: -1…

• HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS

What is your overall reaction about the relationship between The American and Jig in “Hills Like…

In Ernest Hemingway’s short story, “Hills Like White Elephants,” the American and Jig seems very removed from one another. Jig expresses this alienation as she says, That’s all we do–isn’t it?…

• MATH

x^2 + 2y^2 =17 5x-3y=9 solve x and y

x^2 + 2y^2 =17…..(1) 5x-3y =9…..(2) We are going to use the substitution method to solve the system 5x-3y = 9 ==> x= (3y+9)/5 Now substitute x in (1) X^2 + 2Y^2 = 17 [(3y+9)/5]^2 +2y^2 = 17…

• MATH

x+2y+z= 4 5x-y-z=1 3x+y+3z=17 solve x, y and z

x+2y+z= 4…..(1) 5x-y-z=1 …..(2) 3x+y + 3z=17….(3) We are going to use the elimination method t solve the system: Let us first add (2) and (3) ==> 8x + 2z = 18 …..(4) Now let us multiply…

• HISTORY

What factors accounted for immigration becoming a global phenomenon during the late nineteeth…

You seem to have two questions, one in the header and a separate one after. I’ll concentrate on the first one. A number of global factors contributed to widespread immigration, much of it to the…

• EVELINE

What are two words from the Devil’s Dictionary that relate to “Eveline” by James Joyce?James…

Using The Devil’s Dictionary written by Ambrose Bierce, two words that are applicable to the main character of James Joyce’s short story “Eveline” are decide and abstainer. decide – to succumb to…

• LAW AND POLITICS

How are the constitutional safeguards and test used in conjunction with the Fifth and Fourteenth…

The 5th and 14th Amendments say, among other things, that the government cannot take away your liberty without the due process of law. Typically that means that it cannot take away your liberty…

• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

What would be a good alternative title for this story, “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin?…

First, let me answer your question concerning an alternate title. To only slightly paraphrase Ernest Hemingway’s short story title, “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber,” how about changing it…

• LITERATURE

How does American English differ from British English in its vocabulary and spelling?answer in…

As an English English teacher teaching in an American school this is a question I feel I am well placed to answer I am afraid as I have to face the differences in our supposedly similar language on…

• MACBETH

Is Lady Macbeth stronger than Ophelia? Give reasons.I think Lady Macbeth is far stronger in…

While Lady Macbeth and Ophelia are quite different regarding their positions and power, each is dependent on the man in her life for her happiness, sanity, and well being. Lady Macbeth is strong…

• ON LIBERTY

What are MILL’S views on freedom of thought and expression in ON LIBERTY?answer in detail

Certainly, there will be no substitute than the actual reading of Mill’s work. There is much there that serves as the basis in the discussion of freedom and the relationship between individuals…

• JOHN DONNE

Discuss and illustrate with examples the range and variety of imagery in DONNE’S poetry?answer in…

John Donne’s poetry is notable for the following types of focused imagery that go beyond the natural order: 1. Union of the male and female (above and beyond the physical) 2. Union of the human…

• THE LOTTERY

What is a possible thesis sentence related to the symbols in “The Lottery” by Shirly Jackson?I’m…

As with the development of all papers and writing samples much will be present with what you have in front of you. Simply put, determining your thesis statement might be contingent on what you…

• TEACHERS

What is the main goal of teaching fluency to students beyond 6th grade?Should you teach fluency…

There are two possible ways to view this question, so it depends how you mean. I would assume since you mention isolation that you are referring to teaching English as a Second Language, so let me…

• SCIENCE

Can the dinosaurs be cloned by obtaining their dna from the bones?

When fossilization occurs, the organic tissue from the animals bone are replaced with minerals. Because of this, the cells are destroyed which means that the DNA is destroyed. This would make…

• MATH

Solve for x x^3+2x^2-x-2<0.

To solve x^3+2x^2-x-2<0 Solution: We shall group the left side expression and factorise: (x^3+2x^2)-(x+2) < 0. x^2(x+2) -1(x+2) < 0. Take out the common factor (x+2) (x+2)(x^2-1) < 0….

• MATH

Find the solutions of the equation x^2+2x+5=0. Use the method of completing the square.

Use complete the square to solve x^2+2x+5=0 To do this, I am going to use a method slightly different than is often taught. I am going to re-write the equation like this – (x^2+2x+ ___)+5=0 now…

• MATH

Solve the equation using completing the square method 2x^2+6x-8=0

First, we’ll factorize by 2 and after that, we’ll divide by 2: 2(x^2+3x-4)=0 x^2+3x-4=0 Now, we’ll add 4 both sides: x^2+3x = 4 The technique of completing the square is made in this way: We’ll…

• LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT

What was the impact on society of Long Day’s Journey into Night at the time was written?

Long Day’s Journey into Night was written between 1939 and 1941, but was only published and performed in 1956, three years after O’ Neil’s death. The play was an immediate success and made a…

• GREAT EXPECTATIONS

What is Pip doing when the story opens in Great Expectations?

Right at the very beginning of the story, Pip is visiting the graves of his father and his mother and the five children of theirs who died when they were all very young. The graves are in a…

• A JURY OF HER PEERS

In terms of character type, how do the main characters in “A Jury of Her Peers” relate to the…

In “A Jury of Her Peers,” the focus of the narrative is on Mrs. Hale. Glaspell follows her from her kitchen to the Wright’s kitchen, the scene of the crime. At the beginning of the story, she…

• ABSALOM AND ACHITOPHEL

Comment on Dryden’s satiric technique used in the potrayal of Zimri in ‘Absalom and Achitophel’.

for we know that the story of Dryden is intertwined with the Biblical story and the story is a satire to the plot developers against king James if you want to deeply annalyse the satire I would…

• JOHN DONNE

What is a critical analysis of John Donne as a poet of love?

The early poetry of John Donne uses metaphysical conceits to show the physical union of the male and female, husband and wife, lover and mistress. His complex use of conceits compares to the act of…

• 1984

What are some good examples of abuse of authority in either 1984 or The Crucible. I have to write…

A few from 1984: The torture and abuse of anyone found to be in opposition to the Party. There are incredibly stories about O’Brien and others who were caught and tortured in the past, and we…

• ROMEO AND JULIET

Shakespeare uses a number of basic elements of tragedy in Romeo and Juliet, two of which include…

Many of Shakespeare’s tragedies include the use of comic relief in order to heighten the tension of the events which follow. For instance, in Romeo and Juliet, the scene between Lord Capulet and…

• HOW TO DO THINGS WITH WORDS

What is the meaning of this sentence by J. L. Austin :”How to Do Things With Words”?language and…

JL Austin is considered a philosopher of language. How to do Things with Words is a transcription of his lectures at Harvard, in which he directly attacked a predominant philosophical theory that…

• GOOD COUNTRY PEOPLE

What characteristics of grotesque are used in “Good Country People”?

In “Good Country People” O’Connor comically and morbidly deals with humanity’s religious confusion to portray everyone as grotesque: the Freemans, the Hopewells, and Manly Pointer. Namely,…

• THE SUMMER OF THE BEAUTIFUL WHITE HORSE

Character sketch of Aram,Mourad and uncle Khosrove?

Firstly, we can characterize Aram as being easily led. When Mourad arrives with a stolen horse, for example, Aram is happy to go along with it and ride the horse instead of convincing Mourad to…

Which character did you like the most in “The Red-Headed League?”the reasons why the character…

It seems like the nature of this particular question is one that is subjective, driven by the personal opinion of the reader, or in this case, the student. You could gauge where other people on…

• BEOWULF

What traits make Beowulf different than the negative characters in the epic?

Beowulf is different from the negative characters in the epic in his lack of greed. He does want honor and glory, but he does not want payment. The reason he is willing to take on the task of…

How can a good method of forecasting of demand be ascertained?

I think that there is much to be gained from determining a forecasting of demand. Part of this involves being able to find ways to understand the needs and wants of the consumer. This could…

• OEDIPUS REX

How does Oedipus exhibt weakness of character? Point to lines that reveal him as imperfectly…

In Oedipus Rex, Oedipus exhibits two great weaknesses: hubris and anger. After Creon comes back from the Oracle, Oedipus angrily denounces him as a traitor. After Teiresias warns Oedipus not to…

• ROBERT FROST

How can I develop a detailed analysis of the poem “An Old Man’s Winter Night” by Robert Frost?I…

In analysis of poetry, it is essential to find the controlling metaphor, for this is what drives the poem and gives it the poetic meaning which lies within the literal. In order to find this…

• REFERENCE

Is there any work done when we ignite a match stick?

Most certainly some mechanical work is done and energy is expanded in lighting or igniting a match stick. Even if we ignore the effort required for the movement of our body during the process of…

• WALLACE STEVENS

In Wallace Steven’s poem, “The Emperor of Ice-Cream,” who is the emperor of ice-cream?

This poem is about the death of an unnamed woman. It describes the funeral preparations that surround a death – the “wenches” prepare food (ice cream), the boys “bring in flowers”, they prepare for…

• A POISON TREE

In “A Poison Tree” by William Blake, what are the prevailing meter and substitition meter, and…

The prevailing meter (one that is used most often) in this poem is trochaic (one strong accent followed by one weak or unaccented syllable) trimeter (three feet to a line) with one leftover accent…

• REFERENCE

I love a person for a long time. I see him 3 times in a weak. I can’t tell him straight what…

It sounds like this is a complex situation. I would probably suggest that speaking to close friends or family members who know either you and/ or the specific situation might help a bit more than…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

What are the evidences that the society is fixated on materialism and doesn’t understand itself…

I would say that the best evidence of both of these problems can be seen in the character of Millie Montag. Millie is the character that we see who is most clearly fixated on material things. It…

• THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN

Why does Junior draw so many cartoons?

The magic of Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian is developed through the combination of humorous narration and child-like doodle-art. Doodles, in a similar manner to words,…

• EDWARD LEAR

Stanza by stanza summary and rhyme scheme of The Duck and the Kangaroo ?

Do you mean the poem by Edward Lear? If so, the rhyme scheme fits the following pattern: Said the Duck to the Kangaroo, A ‘Good gracious! how you hop! BOver the fields and the water too, A…

• TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES

How is “the process of individuation” depicted in Tess of the d’Urbervilles?Does it concern…

Individuation is the process through which a person becomes his or her “true self”. It is a process in which the innate elements of one’s personality, one’s unique life experiences and the varying…

• SCIENCE

What is the importance of coastal ecosystem and what is leading to their spoilage?

One of the reasons that coastal ecosystems are so important is their immense biological diversity. Because of the interaction between and among so many different forms of plant and animal life,…

• IF

Do you agree with the message of the poem “If”?

The message of the poem as one where there is advice given to a child is a powerfully compelling idea. Kipling depicts it as a rite of passage, a voice of experience speaking to one of innocence….

• MATH

Verify if the equation has solution (x+6)^1/2 + 1=0?

(x+6)^1/2+1 =0 First we will move 1 to the right side: (x+6)^1/2 = -1 Now square both sides: x+6 = 1 Subtract 6 from both sides: x= 1-6 = -5 Now to check your answer: (x+6)^1/2 + 1 = (-5+6) + 1= 2…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Sociological foundations: -role and scope -pioneers -sociological perspectivesThis is my…

Unfortunately this really doesn’t give me as an editor much help in terms of working out how I can respond to aid you in your question. Have you been given a specific essay title or thesis…

• MATH

Explain the steps in solving for x sqrt(x+1) – 5=3

sqrt(x+1)-5 = 3 First move -5 to the right side: sqrt(x+1) = 8 Now square both sides: x+1 = 64 x= 63 To check your answer: sqrt(x+1)-5 = sqrt(63+1) -5 = sqrt(64)-5 = 8-5 = 3 Then x=63 is a real…

• POETRY

What is the subject matter in the “Love poem”?There is no question of choice, but it takes a…

In analyzing any poem and in attempting to find its subject matter, one has to ensure that a level of personal voice is evident. As with all art, poetry is not meant to be taken as dogmatic from…

• HEART OF DARKNESS

How can we justify Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness as art? A work that aspires, however…

I’m not entirely sure I understand your question, but I believe you are asking how can we justify Joesph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness as art. When we look at the craft and literary qualities that are…

• MATH

Given the points A(1,2) and B(3,4) calculate the distance from the origin of the axis to the AB…

First we will determine the equation for the line AB WE have the points: A(1,2) and B(3,4) pass through the line: y-y1= m(x-x1) where m is the slope and (x1,y1) is any point passes through the…

• MATH

Determine the polynomial of third degree if the reminder of it’s division to each of the next…

To determine the polynomial of 3rd degree if the remaineder by each of the next polynomial (x-1), (x+1) and (x+2) is 3. Solution: Hope by each of the next polynomial would mean (x-1)(x+1) and…