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Answered a Question in History
According to The Merriam Webster Learner’s Dictionary, propaganda is defined as: “...ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are spread in order to help a cause, a...
Answered a Question in Robert Frost
The "Black Cottage" (reproduced below) is a poem that appears in the book North of Boston, written by Robert Frost in 1915.The poem is written in blank verse, meaning it doesn’t contain a...
Answered a Question in Business
Positioning is the means by which a brand or company presents its features and benefits to prospective customers. It is a means of establishing identity, one that sets a business apart from...
Answered a Question in Social Sciences
It is interesting to contrast the assumptions that underlie Maslow’s and Freud’s theories about human nature. Maslow offers prescriptions for a well-intentioned person but doesn’t account for...
Answered a Question in P. G. Wodehouse
In addition to the comparison of Freddie to a rabbit, the reader of "The Custody of The Pumpkin" will find other instances where Wodehouse uses animal characteristics to describe his characters’...
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