Search this site
Ask a Question
Start free trial
Ask a question
This badge is awarded to all eNotes Educators. Only official Educators can answer students' questions on our site. Educators are teachers, professional researchers, and scholars who apply to our...
Answered a Question in The Death of Ivan Ilyich
It is interesting to come at this question by looking at the structure that the book takes. In The Death of Ivan Ilyich, Tolstoy reverses traditional chronological narrative, starting in the...
Answered a Question in Life of Pi
Life of Pi can be read as the conflict between human morality and animal instinct under desperate circumstances. At its core, it is a story of survival and what toll that survival might have on...
Answered a Question in An Inspector Calls
In the Inspector's final speech, he states, "We are responsible for each other." Every person has a duty to behave morally and carefully. In their carelessness, each of the Birlings has had a part...
Answered a Question in The Picture of Dorian Gray
When we first encounter Dorian, he is described in terms of his angelic appearance, with golden hair, blue eyes, and porcelain skin. "All the candour of youth was there, as well as all youth's...
Answered a Question in The Tempest
The presentation of good and evil in The Tempest is far from clear-cut. Rather than have a straightforward distinction between the two, morality in the play is distinctly ambiguous. What is good...
Showing 1-5 of 8