Read "Hill Like An Elephant" by Ernest Hemingway (see the attachment) and write five short paragraphs: I. Introduction with thesis statement. II. Lack of communication III. Alcohol abuse IV. Non- Acceptance of charge V. Conclusion
Since Nathaniel Hawthorne has a reputation for ambiguity, intentionally leaving his stories ambiguous and open-ended, this posting considers the following interpretations: Is Young Goodman Brown's journey into the forest an evil dream (perhaps inspired by the devil)? Is his journey a dream vision telling him the truth about
Setting as a Symbolism in The Great Gatsby
Need some help with defining these two authors definition of education. Definition of education according to each author in terms of experience: -Frederick Douglass -Paulo Freire
This posting shows Reinking's and von der Osten's views about writing.
This posting offers examples and a short discussion of the role of religion and fate within the play.
This posting briefly offers political and religious undertones within the piece.
Please discuss the moments of discovery for both Othello and King Leontes.
This posting examines similarities and differences with Othello and Leontes with regard to the imagined infidelities that they believe exist with their wives.
What similarities exist in the imagined infidelities that Othello and Leontes believe occurred with their "adulterous" wives? What differences exist? How did each of these imagined infidelities lead to a tragedy of some sort?
Catherine Sloper's status as a villain or a hero is considered as well as Dr. Sloper's status.
I need citations of Jules Verne works that come from journals and reference books like an encyclopedia for example and then referenced in MLA format. 5 from journals 5 from reference books
I look at connections between the two plays, As You Like It and Much Ado About Nothing.
An article on The Early Renaissance in 15h Century Italy is summarized in terms of an outline.
Students often receive papers back with marginal comments from their teachers, and one of the most common errors of punctuation (and grammar, in a way) that is flagged in this way is the comma splice. What are comma splices? What causes them? How can they be fixed?
As a technical writer, you are often faced with writing or rewriting technical manuals that involve procedures or steps. Locate two owners manuals (either online or on paper) and compare and contrast the two manuals. What are the common components of the manuals? Is there any one component included in the manual(s) that you feel
This posting explains literal and metaphorical "walls" in Melville's text.
This posting explains the characters in the short stories contained in M. Atwood's Bluebeard's Egg.
This solution defines what a run-on sentence is, gives an example of one, and tells you how to fix it, again using examples.
Why does Chaucer contiuously use the dream-vision motif in many of his text? Please include an example of this, because I am having a difficult time trying to see how it is useful for him to do so. Thanks
This posting summarizes theme in Walker's nonfiction piece, In Search of Our Mother's Gardens.
What is the moral of Isaac Bashevis Singer's "The Cat Who Thought She Was a Dog and the Dog Who Thought He Was a Cat?"
This posting offers a simple overview of the short story. It also discusses moral and labels the moral within the story.
This solution offers an examination of character, character foil, and context within the short story. It also articulates how Beattie's Minimalist style permeates the story.
This posting analyzes this short story in terms of literary elements and critical theories. It particularly examines the use of culture to create setting and characters.
Study Guide: What is the controlling/main idea of Maya Angelou's "Graduation" (from I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings)? DISCUSSION: The controlling/main idea of a piece of writing is often referred to as a THESIS. Here are some characteristics of a thesis: (More Details Follow) SAMPLE RESPONSE: The controlling idea in th
This posting offers examples of how fantasy is used to make social, psychological, and political satires within the text.
This posting offers evidence of the correlation between Kafka's use of fantasy and its impact on the themes in his work. This posting further examines psychological transformations within the short story.
A paragraph has this topic sentence: "The Amazon rainforest is home to the richest variety of wildlife on Earth." Of the following details, the only one that would not belong in this paragraph is: a. Many unusual animal species, such as the emerald tree boa and the jaguar, can be found in the Amazon rainforest. b. Rainforest b
It includes topic & concluding sentences for this composition level.
Briefly describe the significance of the epic poem Beowulf. Who were the main protagonists, what was the plot, and what historical truths can be gleaned from it?