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• William Shakespeare
I think the previous post does a nice job with the topic. I would like to submit that any potential storyline that examines the complexity of human emotion owes a debt to Shakespeare. In his...

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• Reference
Using your PSP for movies is not particularly difficult, but few people seem to know how to do it. The first requirment is for free memory: if you want to have movies on your PSP you are going to...

• Roman Fever
"Roman Fever," by Edith Wharton is a story about two close Victorian friends who do not know each other. These women revisit Rome years after their first youthful visit; this time they have their...

• A Rose for Emily
Homer Barron's disappearance was a big deal in a small town like William Faulkner's Jefferson in the short story, "A Rose for Emily," but there was never any sinister connection until after Emily...

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• Just Lather, That's All
Perhaps the biggest confict in Hernando Tellez's short story, "Just Lather, That's All," is the barber's indecision about how to use his razor while he has Captain Torrez in his chair. As a barber,...

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• Bud, Not Buddy
Chapter six is the part of this novel you want to re-read to find the answer to this question. It starts with Bud waking up and realising that he has been asleep too long and might miss out on...

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• Math
Let the two numbers be x and y. x is smaller. "two times the smaller number" is 2x "five more than 2x" is 2x + 5 = "the larger number," y So 2x + 5 = y (1) Also, x + y = 39 (2)...

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• Oedipus Rex
Any essay of this magnitude will require a great deal of analysis with textual support. This means that what is generated here has to be reflected upon and analyzed with textual evidence, so be...

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• E. E. Cummings
I love to comment on poems and analyze them, but this one is making me blush! The poem, a fairly famous one, is a thinly veiled reference to sexual activity. If, instead of a car, you think of...

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• 1984
Orwell includes organizations and figures such as The Thought Police and Big Brother in 1984 to illustrate the total control of the novel's totalitarian government. These elements, like the...

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• Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
If by "rising" you mean rising action, then rising action would be all the events that take place in the story which build the tension on the way to the climax of the story. For example: The...

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• A Rose for Emily
The "Yankee" foreman arrived in Jefferson to upgrade the town's streets in the William Faulkner short story "A Rose for Emily." He symbolizes the Northern carpetbaggers and scalawags who moved...

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• Good Country People
Joy/Hulga's first taste of romance in the barn loft with Manley Pointer in Flannery O'Connor's short story "Good Country People" may also be her last for a good long time. Her highly cynical view...

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• There Will Come Soft Rains
There are a couple of things that Bradbury is trying to convey. The poem within the story alludes to one message. The truth of the matter is that nature has been utterly destroyed by the war as...

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• Macbeth
The incident you are referring to occurs in Act IV, Scene 1 of "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare. In this scene, Macbeth is with four witches in a cavern. They show him four apparitions. These...

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• Physics
Wow, that's a cool question. I want to have a crack at it! The addition of the ice cube would raise the water in the glass because it will displace the water currently in the glass. As the ice...

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• To Sir, with Love
I would think that one of the best ways to approach this topic would be to chart how Braithwaite changes as a teacher in his approach with students. Perhaps, this could begin with analyzing how he...

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• Edmund Spenser
I understand aesthetic in this context to mean the Kantian objective and universally recognized beauty that combines aesthetic and taste for evaluations that call on the intellectual, the sensory...

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• History
This is kind of a broad question, but I'll give you some basics. During this time in Salem, Massachusetts, there was a wave of accusations claiming that various people in the community were...

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In perfect competition, a firm will, in the long term, produce a guantity of goods where MR = MC. The price at this point will be dictated by the market because the firm is a price taker. The firm...

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• Macbeth
In the Shakespeare play, Macbeth, there are numerous ironies surrounding Lady Macbeth. She has ambiguous feelings about killing the king herself even though she belittles Macbeth for not having...

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• Romeo and Juliet
Okay there are a couple of perspectives from which we can look at this. In terms of the play itself, Act 1, Scene 1 is designed to convey the necessary exposition. With the servants running around...

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• Games at Twilight
One of the theme is utmost sincerety. It seems as if Bhaiyya is on a spiritual path. He does not want to excell, or be at the front because he is satisfied at heart to serve someone who rescued him...

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• My Last Duchess
In the poem, "My Last Duchess," Browning creates a narrator who conveys the distinct displeasure he feels at the perceived infidelities of his wife. There is some question as to the sanity of the...

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• Of Mice and Men
In response to the second answer, Candy is not Curley's Wife. Curley's Wife does not have a name, and Candy is the old handyman on the ranch.

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• The Raven
In stanza 12, of Poe's poem "The Raven," the raven does not actually say "nevermore." Instead, the narrator of the poem is thinking about what the bird meant when it said "nevermore" two stanzas...

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• Macbeth
The First Apparition, 'an armed head', harped on Macbeth's fear about Macduff. The Second Apparition, 'a bloody child', wanted to deceive Macbeth with an assurance that 'none of woman born/Shall...

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• Peter Pan
"Wendy's favorite time for sewing and darning was after they had all gone to bed. Then, as she expressed it, she had a breathing time for herself; and she occupied it in making new things for them...

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• Macbeth
Considering that in the opening scene of Act 1, the witches warn us that appearances will be deceiving ("Fair is foul, and foul is fair"), there are many examples throughout the play of deceptive...

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• Dr. Heidegger's Experiment
Each of Dr. Heidegger's "friends" whom he invites to his house to experiment on with his fountain of youth tonic suffers from a tragic flaw or sin. Those flaws cause each to want to return to his...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
Well, that is an interesting question. Joe Keller is a man who committed a crime by approving the shipment of faulty airplane parts and then pinning the blame on his business partner and friend....

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• Science
The experimental results obtained, and numerous studies have led to indication of general laws, valid at the plastic deformation of metals and alloys, laws valid and applicable in the design of...

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• Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
I would say that the main things that Edwards assumes his audience believes are A) the existence of God, B) the existence of the Devil, C) the existence of Hell. In this sermon, Edwards is only...

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• Science
Preheating temperature is an important technological parameter in ensuring quality of welded joints, where arises the cracking danger because of cooling with the speed higher than the critical...

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the mentioned mission statement is of Wateen Telecom Company in which the organization has boosted its technology here.

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• Science
The coating of electrodes plays a critical role in the process of welding. After the nature of covering the electrodes can be: Acid coated electrodes (A). They have combined iron oxides, iron...

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• The Necklace
I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but the novel The Innocent Man by John Grisham shares a common theme with the short story, "The Necklace" by Guy de Maupassant. In the story,...

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• Science
Plated electrodes are made from a metal rod and a shell composed of different chemical compounds. Metal rod is made of same material as metal base, but with a more elaborated design. So, coated...

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• Macbeth
That depends on how you view free will v. fate. Was it fate that Macbeth should run into the witches on the heath in Act 1, sc. 3 or were these witches somehow already aware of Macbeth's character...

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• Math
Cos 3A = 4(cosA)^3-3cosA and cos2A= 3(cosA)^2 -1 Therefore putting arc cos x = A , in cos(3arccos x)=cos(2arccos x)+1 we get: 4(cosA)^3-3cosA = 2(cosA)^2-1+1 or 4(cosA)^3-2(cosA)^2-3cosA =0 cosA...

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• Math
We'll use the same cos identity twice: cos (a+b) = cos a cos b - sin a sin b cos (a+c) = cos a cos c - sin a sin c Multiplying... (cos a cos b - sin a sin b)(cos a cos c - sin a sin c) cos^2 a cos...

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• Math
The magnitude of the sides of the equilateral triangle are equal. The vertices of the triangle are z1=1+0*i,z2= 2+1*i and the 3rd we assume z = a+bi. Therefore |z-z1|^2= |z-z2|^2 = |z2-z1|^2=...

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• Math
In a triangle a side could be expressed in terms of the other two sides and the included angle by the other two sides: So, b^2+c^2-2bc cosA= a^2 is a trigonometric identity. Comparing this with...

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• Science
how do we know the first rule?

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• Math
E(x) = 1+cos x. The expansion of cos x is as follows: cos x= 1-x^2/2+x^4/4!-x^6/6!+x^8/8!+.......... Therefore, E(x) = 1+cosx = 1+1/1! -x^2/2!+x^4/4!-x^6/6!+x^8/8!+.......... E(x) =1+sin x The...

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• The Story of an Hour
Since Kate Chopin was very concerned about the plight of Victorian women who were repressed by their husbands and the society of which they were in control, you may wish to argue that Mrs. Mallard...

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• Math
To avoid confusion to read cos^-1 (x) with (cos x)^-1, we write cos inverse x which is also arc cosx and similarly we write sin inverse x which means arc sinx. We know that cos [sin inverse x]...

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• Arts
Blogs are interesting portals and virtual communities. I think you can research the blog culture in many different ways. Here are some examples or suggestions for further study. 1. You can study...

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This term may have a special significance in business vernacular, but in general terms it means what it suggests: that a person manages his own time and his own work and activities. Part of...

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