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julius caesar

in the final scene of the play, brutus instructs strato to hold his sword so that he can commit suicide by running into it. before brutus runs into his sword, he says, farewell, good strato....

latest answer posted may 25, 2017, 1:00 am (utc)

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romeo and juliet

romeo and juliet are young... she's almost 14, his age has been assumed to be anywhere from 17 to 26. when teenagers experience what they think is love, it is usually infatuation, right? i think...

latest answer posted january 25, 2010, 12:12 pm (utc)

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the minister's black veil

late in his life, father hooper has become something of a celebrity within the religious community as a powerful and effective minister, but also for his peculiar black veil and the rumors that...

latest answer posted november 22, 2015, 9:05 pm (utc)

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a theory of justice

rawls's theory of distributive justice is, in essence, surprisingly simple. primary goods should be distributed equally, except in cases where equal distribution would be inequitable, in which case...

latest answer posted february 26, 2021, 1:07 pm (utc)

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bridge to terabithia

it's patently obvious from the get-go that there's something unusual about leslie burke. not in a bad way, of course; she's an individual who stands out in a crowd, someone special and unique. this...

latest answer posted february 26, 2021, 11:27 am (utc)

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history

the mexican-american war was an armed conflict between the united states and mexico which lasted for two years—from april 1846 to february 1848. one of the main causes for the war was the united...

latest answer posted october 7, 2020, 3:50 pm (utc)

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antigone

as you mention, creon is speaking these words. in this context, creon is addressing a priest. a bit later on a guard comes into the scene. the discussion is about keeping and obeying the laws of...

latest answer posted december 15, 2011, 1:49 pm (utc)

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lexington and concord

war was probably inevitable even before the shooting started on lexington green that day. the fact that the colonists, as shown by their rapid response during the british retreat from concord, were...

latest answer posted november 12, 2018, 3:54 am (utc)

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the river between

nyambura is a loving, dutiful daughter to her father, joseph. she is also deeply conflicted. on the one hand, she wants to remain loyal to her father and the christian religion he advocates with...

latest answer posted july 19, 2018, 8:11 am (utc)

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the great gatsby

tom insists that wherever he goes, people acknowledge his mistress. by using the word "insisting," fitzgerald suggests that tom's blatant infidelity is being forced upon his friends and...

latest answer posted march 12, 2019, 1:32 am (utc)

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to kill a mockingbird

in chapter 15, atticus travels to the maycomb jailhouse as a precaution to protect tom robinson from violent racists who may be interested in harming him before the trial. the children notice that...

latest answer posted march 6, 2020, 4:30 pm (utc)

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history

the spanish needed a settlement between east texas and the rio grande to consolidate their hold over the missions in east texas and to keep those missions safe and supplied. by the 1720s, the...

latest answer posted october 30, 2015, 3:26 pm (utc)

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things fall apart

the first paragraph of things fall apart, by chinua achebe, introduces the main character, okonkwo, in a style that leaves no room for doubt that he is a man connected to action and drama....

latest answer posted march 2, 2020, 12:07 pm (utc)

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speak

the never-ending mascot fight is one of the many aspects of high school that leave melinda feeling jaded about the whole high school experience. the mascot is first mentioned on the second page of...

latest answer posted february 2, 2016, 3:00 am (utc)

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hamlet

the atmosphere at the beginning of the play is dark, brooding, and ominous. the danes are expecting an invasion from young fortinbras and his norwegian legions at any moment, so everyone's pretty...

latest answer posted january 21, 2019, 11:41 am (utc)

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the magic finger

the theme of the magic finger is the importance of developing compassion. as the story opens, the gregg family lacks compassion. they enjoy hunting simply for the thrill of killing animals, and...

latest answer posted july 7, 2019, 4:11 pm (utc)

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the odyssey

people in ancient times did not use last names the way we do now. they may have identified themselves by adding their hometown: odysseus of ithaca. sometimes they were given what is called an...

latest answer posted march 6, 2008, 7:28 pm (utc)

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a modest proposal

the major proposition that smith makes, in other words, the "modest proposal," is that irish babies be sold for food. this, he argues, would be a solution to the horrific poverty afflicting ireland...

latest answer posted january 21, 2019, 7:38 pm (utc)

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hamlet

ophelia starts out the play as an innocent. she appears chaste, as well as obedient to her father and brother. she is in love with hamlet and trusts him to treat her with honor and dignity. ophelia...

latest answer posted september 15, 2020, 11:54 pm (utc)

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the bet

a lively discussion arose. the banker, who was younger and more nervous in those days, was suddenly carried away by excitement; he struck the table with his fist and shouted at the young man:...

latest answer posted march 17, 2016, 8:57 pm (utc)

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the rover

one of the rover’s main character is a courtesan, which is a single woman supported by men to whom she is not married. although most of the play’s characters behave as though marriage is a desired...

latest answer posted december 25, 2020, 3:36 am (utc)

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animal farm

mr. jones's main problem throughout the novella concerns the fact that his animals have driven him from his farm, and he has no means of financially providing for himself once he is expelled. at...

latest answer posted march 27, 2018, 8:21 pm (utc)

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to kill a mockingbird

there are more indirect characterizations than direct ones in chapter 3 of harper lee's to kill a mockingbird. a "direct characterization" is simply a straight-forward way of describing an...

latest answer posted december 30, 2015, 1:48 am (utc)

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to kill a mockingbird

scout assumes that mrs. merriweather is talking about mayella because she considers mayella to be the one to have sinned, not mrs. robinson. mrs. merriweather is described as “the most devout lady...

latest answer posted april 14, 2013, 12:42 am (utc)

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dover beach

a recurring theme in the poetry of the victorian period is a sense of loss and regret over ideas and beliefs that no longer hold value for the modern world. oddly, this feeling sometimes coexists...

latest answer posted may 19, 2018, 3:53 am (utc)

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the red badge of courage

the red badge of courage refers to the wounds that the soldiers suffered in war. these wounds were viewed as courage eva courageous acts because it meant that they stayed and fought against the...

latest answer posted february 18, 2013, 2:38 am (utc)

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macbeth

an additional literary device used by lady macbeth in her monologue is anaphora, which is the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of sentences or clauses. so, for instance, we have,` `...

latest answer posted november 25, 2019, 8:40 am (utc)

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killings

willis is a wwii veteran and a man who has built a successful business on his own merits. willis is a family man, just like matt, and he listens carefully when matt tells him how hard things are...

latest answer posted april 1, 2019, 9:11 pm (utc)

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the immortal life of henrietta lacks

in chapter 6 , lady's on the phone, roland pattillo tells rebecca skloot that deborah is almost fifty years old and that she still lives in baltimore. also, everyone in the lacks family calls...

latest answer posted february 2, 2016, 7:30 pm (utc)

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the village blacksmith

in the poem "the village blacksmith," henry wadsworth longfellow describes both the physical strength and spiritual strength of the blacksmith. to describe the blacksmith's physical strength, the...

latest answer posted november 20, 2019, 2:14 am (utc)

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franklin d. roosevelt

i would describe roosevelt's political philosophy as "pragmatic." he was not a strong liberal by today's standards nor was he a conservative in the vein of herbert hoover. instead, he tended to...

latest answer posted march 1, 2012, 2:23 pm (utc)

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the collar

as with virtually all of herbert's poems, "the collar" is a meditation on his relationship with god. and as a metaphysical poet, herbert uses an elaborate metaphor, or conceit, to illustrate the...

latest answer posted december 9, 2018, 8:24 am (utc)

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the legend of sleepy hollow

in the penultimate paragraph of the main section of "the legend of sleepy hollow," as he ties up the loose ends of the story after ichabod crane's sudden departure, washington irving informs the...

latest answer posted november 11, 2020, 11:30 am (utc)

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hamlet

hamlet grapples with the ideas of suicide and mortality quite a bit throughout the play. in his first soliloquy ("o but that this too, too solid flesh would melt") hamlet is aware of the...

latest answer posted april 20, 2016, 9:04 pm (utc)

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life of pi

different scholars on literature and mythology have different steps and stages in the hero's journey, so this can be done a few different ways. i will use joseph campbell's hero's journey to review...

latest answer posted march 31, 2016, 5:44 pm (utc)

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essays

a lot of things go into finding an ideal title for an essay. firstly, it needs to sum up your argument. while you haven't told us what type of power struggle you're writing about, we can certainly...

latest answer posted march 12, 2019, 4:34 pm (utc)

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sonnet 30

uncharacteristically, the turn in thought does not occur in sonnet xxx until the final couplet. perhaps in keeping with the "remembrance of things past," the lines of this sonnet return again and...

latest answer posted july 27, 2016, 9:39 pm (utc)

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literature

there are several similarities and differences between the two short stories "mom luby and the social worker" by kristen hunter and "shabine" by hazel simmons-mcdonald. the two stories particularly...

latest answer posted june 6, 2014, 4:43 am (utc)

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the odyssey

in book 12 of the odyssey, odysseus and his men land on the island of thrinacia, the home of the sun god, with the understanding that they are not to harm or eat any of the sun god’s prized...

latest answer posted march 22, 2016, 1:47 pm (utc)

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to kill a mockingbird

in chapter 17 of to kill a mockingbird, scout says, "people like the ewells lived as guests of the county." scout is referring to how the ewells receive welfare checks because mr. ewell cannot keep...

latest answer posted may 8, 2018, 2:42 am (utc)

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holes

to answer the question, one needs to scrutinise the context in which the event occurred. kate was the local school teacher and much loved by the children. she fell in love with sam, 'the onion...

latest answer posted december 12, 2015, 2:11 pm (utc)

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o pioneers!

o pioneers!, by willa cather, presents two powerful themes: the strength and everlasting nature of the land and the ugly, destructive nature of jealousy. as immigrant swedish farmers in nebraska,...

latest answer posted december 2, 2018, 3:53 am (utc)

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two kinds

in order to answer this question, we first need to establish what round characters and dynamic characters are. round characters are characters in a story with complex personalities who are...

latest answer posted june 8, 2021, 9:48 am (utc)

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history

in the chapter that you are asking about, there is a subsection that is entitled “the technology of exploration.” the answers to your question can be found there. in that subsection, the authors...

latest answer posted january 14, 2014, 8:42 pm (utc)

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a prayer for my daughter

this poem was written two days after the birth of yeats's daughter anne, who arrived in the world on on february 26, 1919. the irish were fighting the english for independence, and yeats was...

latest answer posted june 11, 2019, 1:18 am (utc)

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literature

the history of english literature is clearly an immense topic, and it is the subject of many book-length and multivolume studies. there are also many resources available online, and two of the...

latest answer posted february 13, 2022, 1:13 pm (utc)

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hamlet

hamlet and fortinbras have striking similarities. both, as noted, are the sons of kings. both have lost a father with their same name to a violent death. hamlet is expected to avenge his father's...

latest answer posted may 8, 2020, 12:45 am (utc)

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the swiss family robinson

fritz discovers that there is another castaway living alone nearby in chapter 16 of the swiss family robinson. as the father relates in his journal, by this time ten years have passed since the...

latest answer posted july 7, 2021, 6:09 pm (utc)

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toni cade bambara

listing specific lines and page numbers is not particularly helpful unless we are both using the same text from the same source, so unfortunately i will not be giving you those. toni cade bambara's...

latest answer posted september 12, 2013, 4:37 pm (utc)

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the scarlet letter

the color red is one of the most heavily symbolic of all the colors. being a primary color, it lends its hue to secondary and tertiary shades such as purple and orange, or red-orange and...

latest answer posted january 11, 2016, 7:23 pm (utc)

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