Answered a Question in Iliad
While I cannot actually draw a mind map, I can give you a chronology of events that led up to the Trojan War. Much of this chronology...
Answered a Question in The Kite Runner
The character of Amir serves as the protagonist of the novel. Oftentimes, the author uses the protagonist to transmit the text's main...
Answered a Question in Sonnet 18
The cause and effect relationship in lines 7–8 of Sonnet 18 is the effect of the life cycle on a human being. In particular, the...
Answered a Question in Social Sciences
Labeling people according to their race, culture, or gender is saying that all people of a group are the same, and this action ignores...
Answered a Question in Guide to Literary Terms
Ethos is one of the three modes of persuasion named by Aristotle. The other two appeals are known as pathos and logos. Logos is based...
Answered a Question in William Shakespeare
In Hamlet, the human evil of unchecked jealousy, lust, and ambition is shown in Hamlet's uncle, Claudius. Claudius wishes...
Answered a Question in Romeo and Juliet
There are a number of themes for act 4, scene 1. Since the scene mostly revolves around Tybalt's death, Paris's parents' decision to...
Answered a Question in Claude McKay
While McKay's "When Dawn Comes to the City" and Hughes's "Pushcart Man" both involve bustling life in the city, the characters that...
Answered a Question in All Summer in a Day
Margot is withdrawn. She separates herself from interacting with the other children by refusing to participate in their games...
Answered a Question in And of Clay Are We Created
The setting of "And of Clay Are We Created" is a Latin American village that has been devastated by a volcanic eruption. The resulting...