Answered a Question in Law and Politics
I will construct each of these as a compare/contrast between the principle in question as it is put into practice in the United States...
Answered a Question in Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Let us go for four.
1) Allusion. To state the most obvious literary device first, like any good revivalist...
Answered a Question in Shakespeare's Sonnets
(All line citations are taken from the text available at the Shakespeare Online reference provided.)
Question 1: Which...
Answered a Question in Hamlet
Let us try for three distinct, substantial literary devices used in the soliloquy from act 1, scene 5, of Hamlet....
Answered a Question in The Scarlet Letter
The Scarlet Letter is a strongly allegorical work. Hawthorne uses the setting, the "Custom House" introduction, and the red A...
Answered a Question in Social Sciences
Short answer: legally, possibly. In practice, and as a matter of ethics, almost certainly not.
Legally, the question of...
Answered a Question in American Imperialism
"Imperial power" is a bit of a vague label. It tends to mean several things at once, so let's unpack it.
In the sense of "this...
Answered a Question in Robinson Crusoe
Defoe is considered "the father of realism" because he wrote about people, gave them specific, concrete motivations, and explained how...
Answered a Question in The Ancient World
On the most basic level, the ancient river valley civilizations influenced classical empires because they influenced civilization,...
Answered a Question in Bhagavad Gita
Both the Bhagavad Gita and the Analects of Confucius are about duty. They argue that individuals have social...