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Answered a Question in The Crucible
In Act One we learn that Betty cannot wake. According to her cousin, Abigail, the symptom began the night before when Betty's father, Rev. Parris, discovered them dancing in the woods. According to...
Answered a Question in Julius Caesar
This scene introduces what will be one of the main conflicts, both internally and externally in the play. Internally, in lines 82-89, we find out Brutus's feelings toward Caesar. He admits that he...
Answered a Question in Macbeth
This entire act shows Macbeth is deteriorating. First, he is unable to entertain his guests because the ghost of Banquo haunts him from Macbeth's seat at the table. The fact that this display is...
Answered a Question in A Midsummer Night's Dream
Perhaps it's not a matter of approval or disapproval, but that they see it as a rather trivial thing. Though the fairies do understand and are the victims of love themselves, they don't seem to...
Answered a Question in Beowulf
The mead hall is a place of comfort for the warriors. It is a place where loyalty is rewarded by the king and reputations are gained. The author describes it as a place of light, warmth, and good...
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