Who are the speakers in Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall”?

Who are the speakers in Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall”?

  • OTHELLO

Compared to the modern world today, to what extent is this play realistic, and to what extent is…

Realistic aspects: Shakespeare uses Othello’s character to demonstrate how the elite in society will often dine and socialize with those who are normally outcasts because it makes them look more…

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  • ARTS

Who are the speakers in Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall”?

As far as I can tell, the speakers are not anyone in particular. Instead, they are just average teenagers. The only thing that really identifies them is their attitude towards people who are in…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

In Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, how does Theseus’s decision in Act 4 regarding Hermia…

I assume that you are talking about the part in Act IV, Scene 1,. In that scene, Theseus tells Egeus that he is going to override Egeus’s decision about who his daughter will marry. Egeus had…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

In The Crucible, why does Parris care about his reputation and status?

In his opening notes to the play, Arthur Miller explains that before the witch trials begin, the town of Salem was already involved in a great deal of infighting. Parris’s appointment as the town…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Why does Parris hate Proctor?

In my opinion, Parris hates John Proctor because Proctor opposes his efforts to make himself more important. Parris is very interested in increasing the prestige of his office (that of the minister…

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  • HISTORY

Can you compare and contrast the antislavery movement before 1830 with the abolitionist movement…

To me, the main difference is that the movement became much more radical after 1830. You can see this just in the fact that it is called “antislavery” before that and “abolitionist” after that….

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  • HISTORY

What are the negative results of internationalism and case studies where internationalism has…

In modern times, Internationalism most commonly means an appreciation for the diverse cultures in the world, and a desire for world peace. Proponents of Internationalism believe in the…

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  • SCIENCE
  1. Assign oxidation numbers to each atom in the following compounds. B. Determine the formula…

The oxidation number is the number of electrons each atom donates or accepts when forming the compound. Certain atoms such as the halogens, (F,Cl,Br, and I) always have an oxidation number of -1…

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  • THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW

In “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, how does the author develop the character Ichabod Crane?Give…

Ichabod Crane is the tall, gangly schoolteacher in Sleepy Hollow, a town north of New York City, on the Hudson River. The author develops his character into a geeky-type of country school…

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  • SCIENCE

How would you take care of a lion? how would you take care of the lion? what is his particular…

I am listing an excellent site that you may use for your research paper on lions. It is the website for the African Wildlife Foundation and contains extensive information regarding the lion. It…

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  • HISTORY

Examining source help please? Thank you very much! Analyze and interpret the…

This source is an example of an ideology that is the total opposite of nationalism. The whole idea of nationalism is that your own country is better than other countries and has no need for their…

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  • THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW

Compare and contrast the narrator of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” and the framework narrator of…

Interesting assignment! Similarities: Both narrators possess a tongue-in-cheek tone and note the irony in their tales. In “Legend,” the narrator uses extensive descriptions of Ichabod and the…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What grave errors in Friar Lawrence’s judgment contribute to the tragedy in the end?

A couple of things come to mind: 1. Friar Lawrence, seeking peace between the Montagues and Capulets, agrees to marry Romeo and Juliet even though their parents know nothing about the match. Once…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What was the Economic Espionage ACT of 1996?

Congress enacted the Economic Espionage Act in 1996, this new law created a federal felony for the theft, wrongful alteration, misappropriation, or delivery of trade secrets. Violaters of this law…

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  • HISTORY

Identify three foreign policy crises of the years 1790-1809, and explain why each was so…

The first one I will look at is the controversy over “Citizen Genet.” This was very controversial because it involved both opinions about the French Revolution and nationalistic pride. The US was…

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  • HISTORY

Identify 3 examples of the pressure for democratic change Americans used to condition their own…

I think that this is a very interesting topic. After declaring independence and receiving independence, Americans did not become a shrinking violet and revert to a position to where democracy was…

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  • HISTORY

How did the Revolutionary War disrupt the American economy and what were the consequences during…

The main thing to remember here is that the colonial economy had been completely dependent upon Great Britain. This was because the English had run the colonies on the basis of mercantilism –…

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  • HISTORY

What major foriegn policy problems did Congress face during the 1780s and how did they deal with…

One of the most fundamental problems facing the new nation was exactly that: Being a new nation. Other opposing nations like England, just defeated by the Americans, and Spanish, still engaging…

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  • SCIENCE

is science a boon for human kind or notas science help to know abot the thing which are unkown to…

There is no way to know this for sure, but I would bet you that if you took the number of people who have been killed by scientific advances such as weapons, it would not be anywhere near to the…

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  • THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

Which features of modernism and realism are found in “The Old Man and the Sea” by Ernest…

Modernism: Although it is a far cry from the “lost generation” of Hemingway’s earlier novels, The Old Man and the Sea does show how a man is alienated from society, the problems of existential…

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  • CONTENTS OF THE DEAD MAN’S POCKET

In the Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket compare and contrast the two settings in the story-and…

I would assume you meet the inside of the apartment and outside, on the window ledge. The setting inside the apartment is regimented, normal, and safe: even the window to the outside is difficult…

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  • A TALE OF TWO CITIES

Describe Sydney Carton’s character in the novel.

Of all the characters in Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities, Sydney Carton is probably the best developed charcter. He is a phlegmatic, dissolute, but highly intelligent man who allows himself to be…

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  • HISTORY

What were the effects of the Truman doctrine and the Reagan doctrine on this new direction of…

When you say “this new direction,” do you just mean the Cold War in general? If so, these two doctrines (you can argue) began and ended the Cold War. The Truman Doctrine can be seen as the start…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

I am having trouble following the Pyramus and Thisbe story in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. What is…

The story of Pyramus and Thisbe is taken from Ovid’s Metamorphoses, one of Shakespeare’s resources for play plots. In fact, the plot of Romeo & Juliet is taken, in part, from Ovid’s story….

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Needing Some insight thanks so Much!you are hired by the Averagetown Police Department as an…

If the current set up is “reactive ony,” I would focus on making the department more proactive in terms of forming relationships and building habits that will help to prevent some of the crime and…

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  • HAMLET

In Scene III, Hamlet enters as the King kneels to pray. What do we learn of Hamlet’s character…

The speech you mention is in Act III, Scene 3. It is the one in which he thinks first that he will kill Claudius, but then decides not to. First, this speech tells us that Hamlet believes in the…

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  • HAMLET

In Claudius’s soliloquy near the beginning of Scene III, what do we learn about Claudius’s…

I assume that you are talking about the speech in Act III, Scene 3. This is the one where Claudius is trying to pray, but cannot. This is the time in the play where I actually feel sorry for…

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  • THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

How do I explain the social conventions of the time through the character of Lady Bracknell?

Lady Bracknell is one of Wilde’s more comical and colorful characters, truly representative of the Victorian values (or lack thereof) and their over preoccupation for superficiality. In her, we see…

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  • ROMAN FEVER

It is said that the analyses of plot and revelation of characters in ” Roman Fever” will help…

Two main themes of “Roman Fever” are developed through the dialogue and characterization of the two main personages, the two “intimate friends” about whom the plot revolves. RIVALRY Although Alida…

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  • ROBERT FROST

Discuss ways in which contrast is used in “There Are Roughly Zones” by Robert Frost.I’m not too…

The answers you suggested to your own question about the use of contrast in Robert Frost’s poem “There Are Roughly Zones” are very good ones. Here are some additional possibilities to…

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  • HISTORY

Québec independence with North American Union How are they similar? How are they different?…

Here in the US, at least, the term “North American Union” does not refer to anything that actually exists. It simply refers to a union of the US, Canada, and Mexico. This supposed union might…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What exactly happens at the Capulet party in Romeo and Juliet?I have to write a newspaper…

Luckily for you, Shakespeare’s works are so famous that they are all over the place on the internet. There is a text of Romeo and Juliet here on eNotes. There is also one at the link that I have…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

In chapter 9 of Lord of the Flies, how is Simon’s body going out to sea an appropriate tribute to…

From what little we know of Simon’s life, he was in touch with a deeper sense of things than most of the boys. He was able to care for the little kids and interact with the big kids but he never…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

“I–measuring his affections by my own, Which then most sought Where most might not found,Being…

So what you need is help in understanding what this means? What is going on here is that Benvolio says he went for a walk in the morning and saw Romeo out walking too. Romeo hid from Benvolio. So…

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  • HEALTH ISSUES

Is there anything natural to help stop, or ease “morning sickness?”When a woman is going through…

Remedies work differently for each individual. When considering remedies you should always think about the cause of the morning sickness. It may be due to more than just being pregnant. It may…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are Atticus’s strengths and weaknesses and response to conflicts in Chapter 10?

Chapter 10 of To Kill a Mockingbird concerns Jem’s and Scout’s worries that their father is “old,” “feeble” and unmanly. Atticus responds to Jem’s request that they play tackle football with what…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are some of the symbols in Chapters 10 and 11 when Atticus kills the mad dog, and when…

(Mr. Radley actually cements up the knothole in Chapter 7 of the novel.) SYMBOLS IN CHAPTER 7. The knothole obviously symbolizes the lone avenue of communication between the children and Boo…

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  • SCIENCE

Why is edema related to cardiovascular disease?

Edema or swelling of tissues caused by retention of fluids is commonly seen in patients with congestive heart failure (CHF). The heart is a pump that delivers blood throughout the body. In CHF,…

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  • THE ONES WHO WALK AWAY FROM OMELAS

Why would anybody stay in Omelas when his/her happiness depends on a child’s suffering?”The Ones…

“The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” is subtitled “Variations on a Theme by William James”; the older brother of Henry James, William James purported the theory of pragmatism, a belief that holds…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Using bullet points, list how participant and non-participant observations are used to gain…

Participant observations in these shows include: Stop and question During arrests During interrogations When taking in complaints During confessions or declarations Face to face interviews Non…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Using bullet points, list how participant and non-participant observations are used to gain…

Participant observations are done through: one on one interviews face to face question and answer interrogations asking witnesses taking declarations conducting surveying or summons Non participant…

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  • ENOTES HELP

Why am I paying for Enotes when so many articles and notes come from Wikipedia which is free?

Those of us who answer questions on here aren’t affiliated with the actual owners of the site, so this is not an official statement, but here’s my take on this: It really depends on what you are…

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  • PYGMALION

What is a summary of Act 4?

After returning from their outing (at which Eliza had successfully proved herself as a refined lady), Higgins and Pickering treat Eliza disrespectfully, ignoring her while gloating about their own…

  • WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

How does shakespeare elaborate his ideas into his plays/poem?How does shakespeare elaborate his…

Well, there are lots of possibilities, but I’ll go with something from The Taming of the Shrew here. If we assume Shakespeare wrote what he believed, he believes men and women should be partners,…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

In the novel fahrenheit 451. how have narrative techniques been used to reveal memorable…

In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury uses 3rd person omniscient point-of-view and a dystopian science-fiction style to develop his themes regarding censorship, nuclear holocaust, and state terrorism….

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  • LITERATURE

Do you know about the writer Eric Pollock ??I’ve been into his books lately, and he’s currently…

I assume you are referring to Eric J. Pollock, an educator and teacher currently living in South Korea. Pollock has resided in South Korea since 1995 and currently teaches AP English Literature and…

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  • WAITING FOR GODOT

Analyse the symbolism of Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.

Symbolism is the key factor in Waiting for Godot; however, in order to understand the symbols in the play, you have to understand where Absurdist Theater came from and what it entails. Samuel…

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  • REFERENCE

What does supercalifragulisticexpialidocious mean??

This is not truly a word. It is something that was made up for the movie musical “Mary Poppins.” In the movie, the word is something like a magic word. It is something that you say that can…

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  • WIDE SARGASSO SEA

What similarities do Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre, and Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso sea share?

Jean Rhys’s novel Wide Sargasso Sea is a subtle politically revisionary take on Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre. Like Spivak says, Rhys, as an African Creole woman, is unhappy with Bronte’s racist…

  • WUTHERING HEIGHTS

What can be the best topic in Wuthering Heights to write dissertation on? Please suggest me. I…

Here are the 6 topics that I include on my essay test: 1. Investigate the character of Nelly (Or Ellen Dean). Why does Bronte choose Nelly for the main narrator? She is painfully silent at…

 


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