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• Essay Lab
Of course, there is no right answer to this. We can't know why people believe what they believe. But here are my two theories about this. First, I think that we want very badly for there to be an...

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• The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
I believe that Stevenson is using the fog in these sections symbolically. He is using it to represent the idea of how wicked people can be, but how that wickedness is hidden within them. He is...

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• Guns, Germs, and Steel
Diamond identifies a number of factors that could have caused people to want to domesticate plants. They include Wild food becoming less available than it had been Domesticated plants become more...

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• A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
The novel 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man' by James Joyce tells a story of a boy's growing up and his school days through a stream of experiences. Joyce 'narrates' the story in the third...

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• Walden
One of the major ideas of Thoreau and the Transcendentalists is that you should live life the way you want to. You should not do what society says and you should not be mindlessly running around...

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• Math
Use the determinant b(squared) - 4ac if it is>0 then 2 real solutions if it =0 then 1 real solution if it<0 2 imaginary solutions a)(-12)(squared) - 4(4)(9) = 0 so: 1 real b)5(squared) -...

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• Math
The function will have imaginary roots when the determinant is negative. The determinant = (b(squared)-4ac so: 12(squared) - 4(k)(9)<0 144-36k<0 -36k<-144 k>4

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• Saint Maybe
The Church of the Second Chance, with Reverend Emmet, gave Ian a second chance by telling him the truth about what some call true moral guilt. Ian had unintentionally destroyed his brother Danny's...

• As You Like It
The exposition of Shakespeare's "As You Like It" deals with the quarrel between the two sons of the late Sir Rowland de Boys. Through the means of this quarrel Shakespeare highlights the...

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• Things Fall Apart
The connotation of the word "adaptability" is too positive for this story of the downfall of both a man (Okonkwo) and the society to which he belongs. Achebe is not chronicling the Igbo's...

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• Macbeth
The play 'Macbeth' by William Shakespeare at first seems to end on a note of hope. Order seems to be restored, the fighting is ended and, although people have died, those who are left behind can...

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• The Crucible
The main connection I see between the two is that both guilt and superstition cause problems for John Proctor, in particular. Proctor ends up being hanged largely because of two things -- A) his...

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• Beowulf
Beowulf, the hero in the epic poem was a Geat. This meant he was of Scandinavian decent. The story begins telling of Beowulf's father and his kingdom. It then goes on to introduce Beowulf....

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• The Kite Runner
In Kite Runner, Amir is a nonathletic intellectual boy who delights in stories and kite flying. His servant and friend Hassan has an uncanny gift for knowing where downed kites have fallen and...

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• Annabel Lee
Of course, the poem as a whole does not speak of happy incidents. After all, Annabel Lee is dead at the end of the poem and the speaker is left in mourning. However, the poem does speak, in the...

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• Ralph Waldo Emerson
Ralph Waldo Emerson contributed to American by influencing other writers; calling for a national literature; imbuing his writings with the ideal of spiritual harmony as opposed to the dominance of...

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• The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
One of the most prominent themes in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is what critic Irving S. Saposnik calls the "contrasts between exterior modes and interior realities." The meaning of...

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• Law and Politics
In law, the term "jurisdiction" has to do with what governmental body has legal authority over things that happen in a given place. It can also refer to what legal body has authority over a...

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• History
First of all, please realize that the cost of living would have varied from place to place so we cannot say exactly what the cost of living was. However, we can say that \$1 in 1950 money was...

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• Half a Day
This parable is shown to be a kind of allegory for the quick passing of time and how swiftly we move from childhood to old age. The school that the boy at the beginning of the story goes to stands...

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• Katherine Paterson
Author Katherine Womeldorf Paterson, who was born to missionary parents in Tsing-Tsiang pu China in 1932 before between World War I and World War II, wrote Bridge to Terabithia after her son David...

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• King Lear
The major negative role that these two sisters play is their role in destroying King Lear, their father. They manage to persuade him to give them the kingdom and to cut off their sister,...

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• Science
samjul, While I can not speak for your personal situation without knowing many details, I will give you some general information. The organization that processes applications for UK universities...

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• Science
salemjul, To apply to a UK (United Kingdom) university or college, one must fill out an application form with the organization that is responsible for managing applications to higher education...

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Organized labor has long proven that it helps the workers. Through the efforts of labor organizations like the United Steel Workers or United Auto Workers, wages can be raised and benefits can be...

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• An Astrologer's Day
Fate (if one believes in that) is what drove the astrologer’s life. Couldn’t it be considered fate that brought the astrologer to that day where the drunken fight left one man assumed dead and...

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• Math
cscx = 2.3 on (0, 2pi) To solve for x: Solution: I hope you want to solve cosecx = 2.3. But cosecx =1/sinx =2.3. Therefore, sinx = 1/2.3 So x= arcsin(1/2.3) = 25.77146172 degree aaaapproximately....

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• Social Sciences
I did some research on this for you and found that there are lots of opinions. According to my research, just about all ancient peoples had some sort of soup. Apparently it was a common thing for...

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• Macbeth
Macbeth is filled with imagery: visually descriptive figurative language. There are many types: Heaven vs. Hell: "I go, and it is done; the bell invites me. Hear it not, Duncan; for it is a knell...

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• Law and Politics
My first thought is that now we have to be responsible consumers of media and ads. There will be lots more ads, but they will have to disclose who's running them and who's paying for them. That...

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• Frankenstein
The fact that this question has provided some intense discussion within the academic community only indicates how much of a challenge it is to address. In the final analysis, I would think that...

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• Macbeth
That is a question that has plagued Shakespeare fans for centuries. There is no clear reason for the third murderer and there is no previous indication that there should be a third. When Macbeth...

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• Science
1)Ardi, the oldest human ancestor Fingers long and elegant,as the pianist, the stature of a hobbit (maximum 1.2 m) and a head similar to that of a baboon. It is Ardi, the oldest hominid ever...

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• The Master Puppeteer
In Jiro's world, selfless, large-hearted leaders and teachers (from parents upward) understand that unscrupulous, evil-minded, small-hearted people are prevalent in life and that their presence...

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• Science
While graphology is considered a pseudo-science, this study of people's handwriting has produced significant results in the field of criminal justice, especially. There are three approaches to...

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• Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Here's the stanza to which you refer: Dead, long dead,Long dead!And my heart is a handful of dust,And the wheels go over my head,And my bones are shaken with pain,For into a shallow grave they are...

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• Science
Women who have problems with fertility now have a new chance to get rid of these rich fiber diets. Diets with more fiber were often praised for numerous health benefits they bring. Women who have...

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• Science
According to a recent study by a team of American scientists, the way we perceive the time passing is often wrong and confusing. It seems that people tend to underestimate the period since the...

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• Science
Brazilian mint tea has the same qualities of the removal of pain present in modern painkillers on the today market , according to a study made by British researchers, recently published in the...

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• Science
U.S.Researchers have found an explanation for the feeling of suffocation that people experience during panic attacks. Choking experienced by people during panic attacks has been so far an enigma...

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• Juno and the Paycock
Poverty is one of the main topics explored in the play 'Juno and the Paycock' by Sean O Casey. At the time that the Irish were fighting for their independence from the grip of English rule, many of...

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• Science
Cigarettes are contaminated with bacteria! There is not a new anti-smoking slogan, but the conclusion of a comprehensive study of French and American researchers. Thus, it draws attention that...

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• Science
A therapy increasingly embraced by many couples with problems is the whispers therapy.The sign that no stars are free of common suffering is that even famous couples, like Brangelina or Madonna...

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• Science
Coffee seems to be the worst treatment for hangover, according to a new study that contradicts traditional views, conducted by U.S. researchers and published in Behavioral Neuroscience. The results...

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• Science
Cosmic rays are charged particles that bombard Earth from all directions, arriving from outer space at speeds close to that of light, so having a greater energy. Most of these particles are protons...

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• Social Sciences
1. People who work in your company going to end what they promised and have to solve? Reserves of trust are depleted if between what people say and what they do are incongruous. Carrying out tasks...

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• History
Early Capets: 987-1180 When Louis V died, the great nobles turned to Hugh Capet to be their king. Hugh Capet was elected king as the other nobles believed that he will not be tough enough to lead...

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• Science
When we talk about earth's magnetic field, we must have regard to its three components. The first component, and most important, is associated to electricity produced by the motion of fluid core....

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• Science
A very important branch of astrophysics is the gamma outbursts. Unfortunately, we not have yet a full explanation of the mechanism by which these spectacular phenomena occur. There are however...

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