Winston says that the Party will ultimately fail. What does he say will destroy the Party ?

# Winston says that the Party will ultimately fail. What does he say will destroy the Party ?

• 1984

Winston says that the Party will ultimately fail. What does he say will destroy the Party ?

I’m not sure exactly what you’re referring to, but I think you’re referring to Winston’s “faith” in the Proles. This faith is based on some Romantic and idealistic view that the dis/unorganized…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

In chapter seven – How does Nick react when he realizes Gatsby’s innocence?

When Nick thinks Gatsby was the one who ran over Myrtle, he has intense dislike for him. In fact, he is disgusted with whole crew–Gatsby, Jordan, Daisy, Tom, after the fiasco at the Plaza Hotel….

• SOLDIER’S HOME

What is Hemingway’s style?

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• HISTORY

What was going on in the world which made the Texas vs Johnson case important at that point in…

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• THE CRUCIBLE

What is an example of an Allegory in Act 1?

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• MATH

find the value(s) of k in each equation so that 1 root is double the other root x^2+kx+50=0…

To find the value of k in x^2+kx+50 = 0, such that one root is double the other root. Here we presume m and 2m qre roots. Then x^2+kx+50 = (x-m)(x-2m). Or x^2+kx+50 = x^2-3mx+2m^2 Since x^2 has…

• MATH

determine the equation of the function a. a quadratic function with zeros 2,2; graph has a y-int…

To find the quadratic function in such a way that it has zeros at x=2 and x=2 and intersects y axis at 12. To have the the doubele zeros at x = 2, the function is of the form, y(x) = k(x-2)^2….

• THE SCARLET IBIS

What does the storyteller say about human pride in “The Scarlet Ibis”?

The end of the story tells us much of human pride in terms of results. If we let our goals and ambitions get the better of us, we can likely destroy that which matters to us the most. “Doodle!” I…

• MATH

Write a quadratic function with the given zeros: 1,2,3,4

Any polynomial function f(x) with zeros x1,x2,x3,x4…xn could be written in the form : f(x) = (x-x1)(x-x2)(x-x3)(x-x4)….(x-xn-1)(x-xn). Therefore the function with zeros 1,2,3,4 could be…

• REFERENCE

Believing an article about financial investments because the author has a PH.D. in…

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• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

I need help in referring to Chopin’s story and “compare or contrast women’s roles in love and…

I think that the first area of focus would have to be when Louise goes upstairs and is alone. At this moment, the reader begins to see how marriage for Louise was an institution of social control….

• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

What general idea about marriage does the story convey?

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• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

What do you consider a good thesis statement for this story?What do you consider a good thesis…

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• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

What do you suggest is a good Introduction to The Story of an Hour?What do you suggest is a good…

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• GOTHIC LITERATURE

In the Gothic novel, why are supernatural elements interesting?

I think the answer to this question depends largely on opinion, but certainly sparks an interesting discussion. Why are supernatural elements interesting in horror films today? Why are people…

• HISTORY

describe the life and role of women in early islam

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• GOTHIC LITERATURE

What is the cultural function of the Gothic novel?

According to Baker and Womak (2002), the Gothic period novel is a reflective literary movement that came as a reaction to the late Victorian reign period, and also occurred as a result of the…

• GOTHIC LITERATURE

Why is the Gothic also called the “dark side of Romance”?

In many respects the Gothic novel or the Gothic genre explores the “dark side” of Romance because it strives to explore an aspect of the subjective that is not openly discussed. If we look at the…

• HISTORY

How does Abbasid Caliphate represent a change in characteristics of Muslim leadership?

After Muhammad’s death, Muslim armies stormed out of Arabiaseeking to conquer other lands and thereby expand the dar al-Islam. Within a century after Muhammad’s death, Muslim armies had…

• HAMLET

1. a) Metaphors are comparisons that do not use the word “like” or “as.” Some examples: “O, what a rogue and peasant slave am I.” Hamlet is not really a slave; in fact, he is a prince. He means to…

• THE INTERLOPERS

Why is the appearance of wolves related to the saying, Ashes to ashes and dust to dust?

Since the phrase “ashes to ashes…” does not appear at any point in the story, I assume that you are just asking about this in general. The phrase that you mention is a paraphrase from the…

• HAMLET

In Hamlet, state three problems that Gertrude faces at the beginning of Act 4. Shakespeare’s…

The beginning of Act IV of this play is a very difficult time for the central three characters. Things have been brought to a climax with the success of the “Mousetrap”, which has been successful…

• SOLDIER’S HOME

What is Hemingway’s true purpose?

Students generally raise all sets of questions about Hemingway’s meaning in his story “Soldier’s Home.”. There is no ready-made, easy answer, although students prefer the opposite, except to…

• SOLDIER’S HOME

Briefly describe plot.

The plot of “Soldier’s Home” involves Krebs as the protagonist in conflict with the abstract antagonism of peacetime adjustment. Obviously, those around him expect him to be the little boy he…

• GREAT EXPECTATIONS

What are some quotations/textual proof that Estella is a static character?I annoyingly have way…

I think you are right about that static situation. To be a static character means that one does not change. Estella does not change throughout the story in a few ways and these can be proven by…

• 1984

What may we infer from this comment ? (quote below)O’brien says ” This drama that I have played…

I think that you can infer at least the following things from this passage: First, you can infer that the Party will (or at least so O’Brien thinks) endure and stay in power for a long time. This…

• THE SCARLET IBIS

How do the three stages brother transitions through during the story relate to the theme?

The three stages I see as a reader include these: 1. Love: In the beginning I saw a brother motivated to help his learn to be more than he was. This love may have been selfish because all boys want…

• 1984

A mofif in the book is that if people were given the choice to be happy, but not free or free,…

This is an interesting question. I think that Orwell concludes two different points on this. On one hand, there is what Orwell would like to see in humanity, but there is also what Orwell does…

• THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER

In “The Devil and Tom Walker” what kind of people do you think Tom Walker and his wife are ?Explain

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• 1984

What is Orwell’s view of why totalitarian government exist?

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• MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN

What is the trauma of historical memory in Midnight’s Children?

I think that the answer to such a question is present in how both conditions are impermanent. The idea of a lack of absolutism in either is a source of liberation and a source of pain for the…

• THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS

What is the source of evil in this novel?

This is a tough question because of the intricate nature of Roy’s work. She provides no easy answers. In my mind, I think that if there is one source of evil or a location for it, the class…

• THE LOTTERY

Could you help me understand the difference between a thematic topic and a thematic statement?I…

This may very well be that your teacher has a set of vocabulary that he/she wants you to know that is not necessarily a mainstream set. If I were to take each of those terms, I would believe…

• CONTENTS OF THE DEAD MAN’S POCKET

Why is the yellow paper so important to Tom?

I assume that you are asking about the story “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket” and so I have moved this question to that group. Please be sure to tell what story you are asking about when you…

• HISTORY

What was said by the Anti Federalists when they were arguing on what the new government of the…

The main point that the Anti Federalists were trying to make was that the national government should not have too much power. This “party” or faction felt that the state governments should have…

• THE LOTTERY

How does the type of atmosphere Jackson creates change over the duration of the story?

The setting that Jackson creates to begin with is one of great comfort. It is a clear and sunny morning in June. The children gathered in the town square with a feeling of liberty as they had…

• THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

How are the king and the duke able to convince the townspeople that they are Harvey and William,…

To me, there are two reasons that the “king and duke” are able to fool the townspeople. One reason has to do with the two men’s luck and cleverness. The other has to do with the ignorance of the…

• THE COLD EQUATIONS

What are some descriptions of the characters from “The Cold Equations” by Tom Godwin?

Barton is the protagonist. He is an EDS pilot. Although he must jettison Marylin from his ship, he does show compasssion toward her. Barton tries to find a way to help Marylin and treats her with…

• SCIENCE

What is the body cavity of an Echinoderm like?

Echinoderms are radially symmetrical. This means they basic body plan is like spokes on a wheel. Each arm contains the water– filled vascular system which connects to tube feet on the bottom of…

• POLITICAL SCIENCE

Give an example of the constitutional concept of checks and balances among the three branches of…

The Framers of the Constitution wanted to make sure that no one branch of government could be too powerful. In order to accomplish this, they made sure that each branch could “check” the other…

• THE LISTENERS

What are the different similes and metaphors used in the poem “The Listeners,” by Walter De La Mare?

“The Listeners,” by Walter De La Mare is remarkably lacking in its use of metaphor and simile. The poet describes almost everything in this poem with straightforward, literal description. The door…

• THE CRUCIBLE

In Act 1, how does Tituba first respond to Hale’s accusation of witchcraft?

When Abby (and then Hale) first accuse Tituba of witchcraft, she totally denies having anything to do with it. She is “shocked and angry” at Abby for saying that she forced them to do things. And…

• YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN

How does Hawthorne use symbolism to get across the main point of “Young Goodman Brown”?

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• SCIENCE

If ants were removed from the ecosystem, what would happen to the food web?

Ants are important organisms in an ecosystem and their loss would have far reaching effects. Anything that feeds on ants would lose an important source of nutrition. Ants in turn, are herbivores,…

• OF MICE AND MEN

How does George’s description in chapter 1 of Of Mice and Men link back to the Great Depression…

Take a look at this quote on the second page of the text: The first man stopped short in the clearing, and the follower nearly ran over him. He took off his hat and wiped the sweatband with his…

• GUY DE MAUPASSANT

In the story, “The Jewels,” what does Mr. Lantin realize about the “fake” jewelry his wife owned?

In this darkly humorous tale Monsieur Lantin, after the death of his seemingly devoted and loving wife, discovers that appearances can be very deceiving and that you cannot judge a book by its…

• REFERENCE

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• LORD OF THE FLIES

In William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, Chapter 6, how do Ralph and Jack differ in their actions…

In chapter 6, Jack and Ralph and a few others discover Castle Rock, the coral and rock island on which Jack and his followers decide to make their fortress. Castle Rock is high and separate from…

• A&P

Analyze the point of view in “A and P” or “A Rose For Emily.”

In terms of “A Rose For Emily” and “A&P,” are similar, with a few distinct differences. You can choose the one you wish to use. We learn about the main characters in different ways in each…