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  • Macbeth
    Lady Macbeth is telling Macbeth that as long as he is not afraid, their plan to kill Duncan will not fail. When Macbeth tells his wife that three witches prophesized that he would be king, she is...

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  • Science
    The answer is b: `sqrt(h_1) : sqrt(h_2)` . If a body is dropped from rest from height h, the time it takes to reach the ground is determined by the equation `h = g*t^2/2` , where g is the...

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  • Physics
    First, we need to find the resultant force acting on the block with the following equation: F = F1(hori) + F2(hori) – μN Where: F1(hori) = F1 cos 20°, is the horizontal component of F1 F2(hori)...

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  • Flight
    Like many of John Steinbeck's stories, "Flight" is set in the area of California around Salinas and Monterey. In the exposition of the story Steinbeck describes a meager farm "on the wild coast."...

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  • Romeo and Juliet
    Mercutio is a memorable character in “Romeo and Juliet”, the instigator of both fun and violence and speaker of the play’s most famous speech. His position in the play is a strange one,...

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  • Reference
    Zora Neale Hurston was widely known as a writer and political activist during the Harlem Renaissance. However, there were many things that contributed to her lack of success during her lifetime....

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  • History
    The Industrial Revolution contributed to the "Scramble for Africa," as well as imperialism more broadly, in several different ways. First, the Industrial Revolution created an almost insatiable...

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird
    If this is deemed to be symbolic, it shows how behavior can symbolically represent class distinctions. Walter's family is much poorer than the Finch family. There may be a suggestion there that...

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  • The Eagle
    Romantic features of this poem include its focus on nature (the eagle) as a sublime or awe-inspiring force, the freedom of the eagle and the simple, everyday language the poem is written in....

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  • The Merchant of Venice
    Antonio could not give Bassanio any money since he did not have any ready cash available, as he explains to him: Thou know'st that all my fortunes are at sea;Neither have I money nor commodityTo...

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  • The Crucible
    In many ways, yes. When Reverend Parris first appears in Act Four, "He is gaunt, frightened, and sweating in his greatcoat." He confesses that none of the convicted will speak to him anymore and...

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  • Through the Tunnel
    To begin, the beach is identified as "the safe beach"; it is the beach Jerry and his mother have always visited on holiday. It is a place that he associates with his childhood, with safety, and...

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  • 1984
    O'Brien's role in the third part of 1984 is to reprogram Winston's thoughts so that he internalizes the values of the Party. Winston's fundamental crime lies not in what he did, though that is...

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  • Science
    Excretion is the elimination of useless or even harmful andtoxic substances by the body. The excretion process eliminates the end products of catabolism, which are considered waste, such as CO2,...

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  • Poetry
    "Five Ways to Kill a Man" by Edwin Brock is a five-stanza poem written in free verse, consisting of four long stanzas and one short stanza. It is written in the first person. An anonymous narrator...

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  • Science
    Step 1: List all of the information given in the question. Pressure (P) = 5.6 atm Volume (V) = 12.0 L moles (n) = 4.0 moles Temperature (T) = ? Step 2: Choose a gas law formula to use. Since we're...

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  • Iliad
    In one sense, one could say that the particular heroic culture in which the Iliad was embedded no longer actually exists. Warfare, for example, is not a matter of single combat between two males...

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  • Dulce et Decorum Est
    Wilfred Owen's poem, "Dulce et Decorum Est", takes its title and ending from Horace's phrase "Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori" (it is sweet and proper to die for the sake of one's country), a...

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  • Poetry
    "Five Ways to Kill a Man" by Edwin Brock describes, in almost cold clinical language, the history of humanity's inhumanity by presenting us with five different episodes in human history. It...

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  • Flight
    "Flight" is John Steinbeck's short story about a Mexican-American teenager who commits murder on his first trip to town and is pursued through the redwood country above Monterey, California. Pepé...

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  • Bret Harte
    Harte's classic short story "The Luck of the Roaring Camp" contains several assumptions about nature. Some of them are about gender. It is an assumption about what it means to be male or female...

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  • Literature
    Assuming you mean his balcony scene soliloquy in which he compares Juliet to the sun, yes, Romeo is completely believable. He has just fallen passionately in love. He is young, heady, without...

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  • Pride and Prejudice
    The first theme in the novel is that of pride. Mr. Darcy, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, and the Bingley sisters are examples of a certain type of pride of very wealthy aristocratic families who tend to...

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  • History
    Executive Order 9066 was issued during World War II. This order forced the Japanese to relocate away from cities on the west coast for fear they would aid Japan during World War II. This executive...

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  • Typee
    Toby and Tommo are apprehensive about their island hosts because they know the Typees have a reputation for cannibalism, and since they cannot communicate with the natives, they constantly fear the...

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  • A Sound of Thunder
    The men wear oxygen helmets so that they do not introduce modern germs into the ancient air. When the men visit the past with Time Safari, Inc., they have to be very careful not to affect the...

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  • Things Fall Apart
    The traditional Igbo way of life presented in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart is considerably different from the culture of the colonial influences which eventually settle in Umuofia. The...

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  • Civil Disobedience
    "Civil Disobedience" by Henry David Thoreau was written to explain why Thoreau had refused to pay his taxes and gone to jail. Thoreau's decision to disobey the United States government was grounded...

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  • Social Sciences
    In the United States, at least, the execution of fiscal, as opposed to monetary, policy is a political action. Fiscal policy is carried out by the elected branches of government while monetary...

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird
    Scout realizes that her third grade teacher, Miss Gates, is a hypocritical racist. During the Current Events portion of her class, Cecil Jacobs brings in an article that discusses how Hitler is...

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  • Information Systems
    The abbreviation IS/IT strategy stands for "Information Systems/Information Technology". It is defined as a long term planning process that creates comprehensive ways to manage information and...

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  • Romanticism
    Good, creative lesson strategy. The essence of your question seems to be: What would be some good questions to ask a Romantic, so that the student can think like a Romantic in answering, thereby...

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird
    Aunt Alexandra's obsession with heredity symbolizes the deep rooted prejudiced beliefs shared by certain community members of Maycomb. Her views represent the old-fashioned, traditional Southern...

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  • Science
    Gas chromatography (also commonly called GC) is a method of analyzing chemical samples for purity. Different chemical components within a sample injected onto a GC will separate and read as...

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  • Law and Politics
    It is beyond the purview of eNotes to actually do students’ homework assignments for them. ENotes exists to help students better understand their assignments and better prepare for exams. We can...

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  • Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
    Rikki and Nag are both brave and stubborn. Rikki and Nag are both animals behaving instinctively. Rikki-tikki-tavi is a mongoose, and a mongoose kills snakes. Snakes kill birds and try to defend...

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  • The Tell-Tale Heart
    The moral of "The Tell-Tale Heart" is that we should not commit crimes because, in the end, our own sense of guilt will expose us. In this story, the narrator takes cares of an elderly man but...

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  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
    This is a huge question, one that underlies how we interpret this play. In the end, everything comes out all right, the correct lovers are reunited, and we enjoy a festive wedding celebration. If...

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  • History
    Here on eNotes, we cannot write essay responses for you. However, we can give you ideas about how to write your own essay responses. In this case, I will provide you with some arguments for each...

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  • Snake
    D. H. Lawrence uses personification throughout his poem “Snake.” In order use this literary device he gives human qualities to the snake, and speaks about it as a person. The narrator describes...

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  • The Eagle
    One of the prominent themes in this poem is that even the most majestic of creatures (including people) have limitations. In poetry and literature, the eagle is often a symbol for majesty, power,...

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  • Romeo and Juliet
    There are several examples of characters keeping secrets in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. All of the secrets, however, are well known to the audience. Shakespeare uses dramatic irony throughout...

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  • The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
    "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" by T. S. Eliot was first published in June 1915 issue of Poetry magazine. Although the narrative is that of a middle-aged man worried about whether he should...

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  • Science
    Atoms are composed of tiny particles called subatomic particles. The three main subatomic particles in the atom are: Protons: Protons are positively charged and are located in the nucleus of the...

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  • Social Sciences
    This is, to some degree, a matter of opinion. My own view is that gerrymandering is a bad thing. I believe that it makes our political system more partisan and more divided. Gerrymandering is the...

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  • The Fall of the House of Usher
    Imagination is central to Poe's story. First, the reader is invited to engage in Roderick Usher's insistence that his home is a living and evil organism: He was enchained by certain superstitious...

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  • Eyes on the Prize
    Eyes on the Prize by Juan Williams started as a public television documentary created and aired in two parts on public television, both PBS in the United States and BBC in Britain. The first six...

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  • Literature
    Blake's "The Poison Tree" from his Songs of Experience is about how nursing anger and hate corrodes our souls. The poem begins by arguing that: I was angry with my friend/I told my wrath/My wrath...

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  • The Cask of Amontillado
    Montresor wants revenge against Fortunato for some imaginary insult. It is important to remember that Montresor does not have a real reason for killing Fortunato. Montresor is a madman, and the...

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  • Essay Lab
    In general, a brochure advertises a specific type of product or service. The more familiar you are with the product or service, the easier it will be for you to create a brochure that communicates...

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