Hi I need help with is following questions, attached is the essay please review and give me your comments on the following questions. 1. Evaluate the essay's introduction. Is it effective, drawing you into the narrative? Why or why not? 2. How does Staples prove that he is, indeed, the victim of stereotyping? (Cite speci
Please read attach essay, don't check for errors in essay. I need you to only answer the following: 1. Afterwards, of course, there were endless discussions about the shooting of the elephant. The owner was furious, but he was only an Indian and could do nothing. Besides, legally I had done the right thing, for a mad elep
A list of definitions of terms useful for writing or discussing poetry. Includes alliteration, assonance, end-stopped, enjambment, foot, free verse, metaphor, meter, nonce form, prose poem, rhyme, scansion, sestina, simile, sonnet, stanza, stress, tone, villanelle, and more.
I am writing a 1,200 word essay discussing the thematic and formal connections and differences between "The Road not Taken" and "Stopping by Woods One Snowy Evening". I understand some thematic connections (seasons, pastoral images, woods, what the narrator sees and what the narrator feels, traditional poetic form with the na
1. Agree or disagree with Asimov's statement: "My intelligence, then, is not absolute but is a function of the society I live in and of the fact that a small subsection of that society has managed to foist itself on the rest as an arbiter of such matters." Explain your answer. 2. How would you define intelligence? What i
These questions are reviewed: Question 1: As you were reading, what descriptive details, both visual and non-visual (smell, Sound, touch) caught your attenton? What made them so effective? Strong, active verbs? Original adjectives? The fact that they creared an image, impression or association in your mind? Question 2: In
Providing a 3 prong thesis and then to analyze "Young Goodman Brown" in terms of what this text says about good and evil and puritan morality in general. This is what I have developed for a 3 prong thesis: Nathaniel Hawthorne uses imagery and symbolism. These fictional elements are evident in the author's use of sexuali
Can a summary take more than one page or it has limited words? and also should i talk about every character or just have to analyze the main characters?and this book INSIDE OUT OUTSIDE IN.PG 132 TALKS ABOUT D.P THERE IS NOT MUCH EXPLANATION ON THE DP BUT THEN THE FULL WORD IS DISPLACED PERSON AND IT TALKS ABOUT SOME WAR THING AN
Can you please help make comparisons based on good sources to help me understand the characters for the following topic? Comparing and contrasting the character of Hippolytus from Jean Racine's play Phaedra and the character of Hippolytus from Euripides' play Hippolytus. The sources need to come from credible places like Ebsc
Help with evaluating the title and its capability to persuade the reader that Anne (a character in the novel) has the ability to critique her own society is given.
Have you been writing papers all semester only to have them returned by your teacher with the comment "Run-On" scattered in the margins? You thought you learned how to fix those, but your teacher keeps taking points off your papers for repeat mistakes. Spotting and correcting run-on sentences is an easy task once you understan
This solution shows how Chaucer expresses and supports his writing (the poem's meaning) though aspects of his form.
Please answer the questions, I have attached the two speeches. Thank for your time. Please answer these questions for me. 1. Dr. Martin King, in particular, uses an abundance of visual imagery, especially reference to light and dark. He says, for example: "Now is the time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of ima
Please present a well written analogy paragraph. Accurately explains how the analogy makes a foreign concept, object, or process clear to a general reader.
How do students of American Literature learn to recognize the background and heritage of Hispanic-American authors?
Jose Marti: 1853 - 1895 Mini-Lecture by Dr. Elizabeth Livingston Davidson One of my favorite poets when I was growing up in Miami, Florida was Jose Marti. I listened to many songs composed from his beautiful lyrics set to music. I was six years old, attending Epiphany Catholic School in 1962, when the first large wave of C
" I perchance herafter shall think meet/ To put an antic disposition on," says Hamlet (1.5.179) Let us leave aside the question of whether Hamlet might be truly insane. Let's just look at this pretence of 'gaga' craziness that he deliberately puts on. He obviously believes that behaving this way will benefit him somehow. He m
These setences are from a formal business writing class and evidentally have problems. If the setences themselves can be proofread and corrected individually it would help soooo much. Thanks! They are the face of the company - although not all public relations managers work in the public eye. In this rigorous profession
I'm unclear on how something should, or even can, be both value-free and biased. Can you explain this to me?
I suggested in my assignment that a first person narrator establishes credibility. I feel the problem with this is that most of us have areas where we can't see ourselves clearly, due to lack of self-knowledge, strong emotion, bias, or some other factor. What happens when you have a first person narrator with that sort of (very
The poem can be found here: http://www.research.att.com/~jrex/faves/poems/abbey.html I have to write a critical commentary on "In Westminster Abbey" by Sir John Betjeman. I'm having a problem with the composition of the essay - i'm not sure what rough line of argument i should take. Thanks for any help.
What element or aspect of business can't literature capture? (Or what element or aspect does it capture only badly?) For example, does literature fail because of the limits of language? Is some aspect of business simply too complex-or too boring-to make good fiction?
If you look at Short's background (http://www.sba.pdx.edu/faculty/jeremys/js.html), you'll see that he's done quite a bit of traditional research, and published a number of essays. You might ask why he uses stories. Short gives one reason. He says, "People aren't going to remember a long list of boring facts. But they will remem
I wrote "Writing with flat characters and rounded characters is like the difference between two dimensions and three dimensions. The flat character is often just a character with no real personality traits except maybe one or two. We have no real way of getting to know these characters because the author gives us nothing to buil
What would you say are the standards to judge quality in an essay about business?
Can you please explain in "The Man to Send Rain Clouds" by Leslie Silko how the setting is communicated, and how the setting and the action of the story relate.
This job demonstrates how both plot and characters interact with the setting in the following: Return From Oz" by Jeffrey Zygmont Insert Flap 'A' and Throw Away by S.J. Perelman
What are some of the main characteristics of Romanticism in Europe?
Questions addressed: According to Poststructuralism, ...what makes the text "literary"? ...what is the relationship between text & author,reader, reality, language and history? ...what makes the text a "great piece or art"? Also: Pros&Cons of poststructural literary theory
Why is it important for writers to encourage us to read actively?
The transition from Old to Middle English is a huge topic. The only way in which it can be effectively tackled in a single paper is to take the central premise and make reference to one, specific feature. In this case the example will be the changing figure of Christ.