Why do Proctor and Rebecca speak out against Hale’s coming?

# Why do Proctor and Rebecca speak out against Hale’s coming?

• THE CRUCIBLE

Why do Proctor and Rebecca speak out against Hale’s coming?

I don’t believe the text tells us why directly, but certainly lets us infer why as the play proceeds. Initially, it seems that both John Proctor and Rebecca Nurse do not believe that these issues…

• DEAR MR. HENSHAW

What did Miss Neely have to give Leigh in Dear Mr. Henshaw?Miss Neely gave something to Leigh.

When Leigh is in sixth grade, Miss Neely, the school librarian, singles him out and gives him Mr. Henshaw’s new book, telling him he could be the first to read it. She knows how much Leigh loves…

• THE OPEN WINDOW

What are the readers’ reactions to Vera and to Framton Nuttel in “The Open Window” by Saki?

The skillful narrator of “romance at short notice,” Mrs. Stappleton’s niece Vera, upon her perception of Framton Nuttel’s nervous condition and lack of acquaintance with the area and its populace,…

• MATH

describe in words the following set: {Plymouth, St. John’s, Basseterre} like what is similar…

In mathematics if you write { x, apple , and, sense} it is a set. The rule is that the set is any collection of objects. The rule is well defined to identify the distinct objects in the set.The…

• SCIENCE

A surveyor measure the distance across a straight river by the following methods:starting across…

The easiest way to find the width of the river is to use the tangent function of a right triangle. The base of your triangle is the 278 m that was measured along the river bank. The vertical side…

• MATH

integers less than or equal to -3?

integers less than or equal to -3 or : x =< -3 Then, x = { -inf, …., -6,-5,-4,-3}

• THE SCARLET LETTER

What plea of Hester’s arouses sympathy and admiration in Chillingsworth? (chapter 14)…

In chapter 14, the big plea of Hester’s to Chillingsworth is that he help pardon the man with whom she concieved sin. Her encouragement is to help Chillingworth let go of the revenge to which he…

• THE CAY

what is the plot of the breadwinner by deborah ellis and the ploy of a wrinkle in timei need it…

This topic is about The Cay, you are in the wrong group

• THE CANTERBURY TALES

What are some adjectives that best describes the Wife of Bath in the story The Canterbury Tales…

As a woman who represents the antithesis of what is expected of the gender during the middle ages, we can begin by saying that the Wife of Bath is, first and foremost, a feminist renegade that…

• MATH

I would just like to know what kind of formulas, and what I need to try to find out here for this…

The way to answer these questions is to pay attention to the units. Power is energy per unit time. To get Watt-seconds, multiply your watts ( 60 ) by your seconds ( 10 hrs = 3600 sec ). 60 W x 10…

I would like a brief summary of chapter 9 from Of Plymouth Plantation. I read it, but I just…

In the beginning of the chapter it reports of a young man who was giving everyone else aboard the ship a tough time. People struggled with sea-sickness and other ailments during their long journey…

• THE BOOK THIEF

Death as a narratorAs I read this book, I came to feel sorry for Death. The way it describes the…

Traditionally, we think of death as this horrific, unmercifual, frightening creature in all black with his sharpened scythe come to “reap” the souls of men. Reaping implies he gets the profit from…

• THE VOYAGE OF THE “DAWN TREADER”

In C.S. Lewis’s The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, what is the name and geographic location of…

Some of the islands the Dawn Treader visits – Galma, Terebinthia, Doorn, for example – have names, but Ramandu’s island does not. It is the last place the voyagers visit before they venture onto…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

Why is Mildred acting strangely?

It would help us to give you a better answer if you would tell us which point in the book you are asking about. Millie acts different ways at different points in the book, presumably for different…

• SPANISH LANGUAGE

Which pronouns would Alberto Yáñez, a professor from Spain, use to address or talk about the…

1. Ellas 2. Usted/ Tú 3. Él 4. Ellos 5. Ustedes 6. Yo 7. Tú 8. Ella 9. Nosotros 10. Ustedes
• MATH

What do the letters R, Q, N, and Z mean in math?

The letters R, Q, N, and Z refers to a set of numbers such that: R = real numbers includes all real number [-inf, inf] Q= rational numbers ( numbers written as ratio) N = Natural numbers (all…

• AMERICAN SCRIPTURE

What other declarations does Maier discuss and what importance does she attach to them?In…

One of the major things that Maier is trying to do in her book is to argue that the Declaration of Independence was an American document, not just one that was written by Thomas Jefferson. Her…

• SIDDHARTHA

What are the similarities and differences of Siddhartha by Herman Hesse and The Stranger by…

Both protagonists exhibit perfervid individualism–a nonconformist, go-it-alone, alienated worldview. Meursault and Siddhartha reject mainstream religious doctrine and dogma in favor of lives…

• GRACELING

What does Leck almost do that reminds Katsa to kill him?

In Graceling, King Leck has a grace–which is basically a superpower–that allows him to use his voice to convince others to do whatever he wants. The moment Katsa hears Leck speak, she forgets…

• SO FAR FROM THE BAMBOO GROVE

Why does Ko seem ‘bossy” to Yoko?

Ko keeps yelling at Yoko to “Don’t talk, just walk.” Yoko thinks that Ko is bossy because she keeps telling mother and Yoko what to do.

• THE CRUCIBLE

Describe the changes of mood and atmosphere from the beginning of the act to the end of the act.

This certainly depends on the Act. Act I opens up with feelings of havoc, fear, uncertainty, suspicion, and concern. It feels unsettled, like there is a big problem that truly needs resolution….

• ROALD DAHL

In “The Landlady” by Roald Dahl, what are the theme and conflict?

The basic theme of the story is that a young man who is about to experience independence for the first time is embarking on his first important business trip. As a first timer, he has a tendency to…

• THE ALCHEMIST

What does it mean “courage is the quality most essential to understanding the Language of the…

In The Alchemist, the quote “courage is the quality most essential to understanding the Language of the World” means that in order to understand the Language of the World, one must put all else…

• PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Comparison between Mansfield Park and Pride and PrejudiceWhat are some key points of similarity…

Hang on a minute – you are only allowed to ask one question! Referring to the similarities between these two texts, you might want to consider the depiction of Austen’s heroines and explore this…

• EVERYDAY USE

Compare and contrast the mother/daughter relationships in “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker and “Two…

I’m really having a hard time with this question. I’m not seeing the similarities or differences. I see that in both stories, the mother’s and daughter’s both seem to have disagreements with each…

• SEAMUS HEANEY

Attempt a critical analysis of Seamus Heaney’s ‘Digging’.Comment on Heaney’s strong use of…

The poem “Digging” is in Heaney’s first collection of poems called “Death of a Naturalist” (1966). This poem is the first poem of this collection. It is a free verse poem written in first person…

• POETRY

How do I write a critical appreciation of a poem? What are the components?

It depends on what your professor stipulates as the length for the final draft – but if this is a 2-5 page typed paper, I would say focus on three categories of criticism. Think about this as your…

• MATH

Find a formula for f(n), assuming the pattern continues a) -1/4, 2/9, -3/16, 4/25… b) 1, 2/3,…

1. a) -1/4, 2/9, -3/16, 4/25… (-1)^n * n/(n+1)^2 b) 1, 2/3, 3/5, 4/7, 5/9… n/( 2n-1)

• OF MICE AND MEN

Why do you think George asks Lennie to familiarize himself with the location of the clearing…

To answer this question, just look at the little bit after the part where George tells Lennie to remember the place where they are. George tells Lennie that he should come back to this place and…

• THE BASS, THE RIVER, AND SHEILA MANT

What are the causes and effects of the main events in the story “The Bass, The River, And Sheila…

Sheila said she hated fishing, fishing is dump. The narrator doesn’t want she thinks he dump, so he tried to hide the fishing rod, but when he looked back, he saw the biggest bass he ever caught….

• HAMLET

What is the dramatic importance of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern,the Players,and the Grave-diggers…

As Hamlet interacts with each of these groups, much about his character is revealed. Through Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, we realize how perceptive Hamlet is in detecting and eluding traps that…

• MATH

The angles of a triangle are consecutive even integers. Find the measure of each angle.

To answer this question, remember that the angles of a triangle always sum to 180 degrees. Let the three angles in question be labeled A, B, and C. Also, let A = n; A = n; B = n + 2; C = n + 4;…

• WHERE ARE YOU GOING, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?

Explain how the 1st half of the story is necessary to understand why Connie is vulnerable in the…

I think that the first part of the story lets the reader inside the world of Connie’s mind: not the way things are, but the way she sees them. Everything is about what she wants and what she…

What is the single effect in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado?”

Poe was a master of writing stories of horror and revenge, and as a “Dark Romantic” the focus of so much of his work is the dark side of humanity – the capacity of us all to commit heinous acts….

• THE PURLOINED LETTER

What is the single effect in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Purloined Letter?”

A single effect is a paradigm that Edgar Allan Poe created signifying that a story must produce one specific and consistent effect in the reader. This is what would make a plot successful, or…

• THE BLACK CAT

What is the single effect in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Black Cat?”

This depends on the perspective and personal schema of the reader, but one single effect that The Black Cat tends to produce is aversion. The man, who in the beginning of the story is a lover of…

• SCIENCE

what is the function of micropyle?Micropyle is a opening through which the pollen tube had…

1.when soaked in water the seeds absorb it mainly through this micropyle and make it available to the embryo for germination. 2.It provides for the diffusion of respiratory gases for the growth of…

• ESSAY LAB

How is the more formal nature of a draft different from the more informal nature of pre-writing?

Pre-writing is generally considered to be the brainstorming and/or planning stage of writing. Various activities are grouped under the heading “pre-writing” and these may include webbing,…

• SO FAR FROM THE BAMBOO GROVE

What sort of relationship do Ko and Yoko have in So Far from the Bamboo Grove?Yoko refers to Ko…

The term “Honorable Sister” is most probably a translation of the word “One-esan,” which is a common term used by children to address their older sisters. Although the word does have an inherent…

• LAW AND POLITICS

How is “cruel and unusual punishment” interpreted?How is “cruel and unusual punishment” interpreted?

The Eighth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution prohibits cruel and unusual punishment. The interpretation of what is cruel and unusual is left up to the court’s. This is always a controversial topic…

• SCIENCE

On a personal note, I have had my gallbladder removed and I can tell you that having it removed causes no major side effects. A person can live a normal lifestyle without it. I had many gall stones…

• MATH

How much time (s) is required for an object moving with a vel. of 38.6 m/s and of a braking…

Acceleration is the rate of change in velocity. Consider an object moving at a velocity v0 m/s, and let this change to v1 m/s within ‘t’ seconds. Then the acceleration ‘a’ of the body is…

• THE LONDON EYE MYSTERY

How was the problem solved in the book The London Eye Mystery?need the question bye today

You need the answers “by” today. 😉 First, Ted came up with 8 different theories as to where Salim may be. He discussed all 8 of the theories until he arrived to the one which was correct. The…

What do understand by ‘V market services’? In E commerce.

‘V market services’ is not a standard or very popularly used terminology with a clear usage. However when applied to computer based systems, the letter ‘V’ frequently stands for the term ‘virtual’….

• THE PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH

The tone and mood of the setting in “The Portable Phonograph”?

The setting in “The Portable Phonograph” is bleak and barren. It is a setting of devastation. The landscape in the story has been devastated by conventional warfare. Reading it today we might…

• EVERYDAY USE

Characterize Dee in “Everyday Use” according to her style, value and treatment of others

Dee is what one would deem as the opposite of the prodigal daughter. She is the typical young woman who attains a higher level of education and culture than the rest of her family and, instead of…

• BARN BURNING

In Barn Burning, what is Sarty’s perception of his father, his view of himself and the reader’s…

At the stat of the story you get a pretty clear picture of how Sarty’s views are expressed in the authorial voice. This occurs when the father first confronts Sarty on whether he was just about to…

What type of reports are you expected to write as a Human Resource Management?

As a human resource manager, you will be expected to write many reports. The first category can be classified as vacancy reports. Vacancy reports can include lists of vacant positions and…

Compare the role of inflation with money and the real earning of the Industrial workers.Use…

The role of money in the earnings of any workers is to give them their nominal income. In other words, workers are paid in money and the amount of money they get determines their nominal income….