If your instructor requires you to report on a novel, you might want to consider a book talk instead of the traditional book report approach to an oral or written book report. This posting allows you to validate your reading, while engaging the audience into your presentation.
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
What does this quote mean? Need a 5-6 sentence commentary on this quote and the importance of it. Page 138 end of stoty Siad by Biff ( Willys son) following his death Biff: "He had the wrong dream. All, all, wrong".
LOOK AT THE SENTENCES BELOW: MR. TENG SAYS, "USE ONE EYE'S WIDTH AS A UNIT OF MEASURE AND MAKE THE HEAD FIVE EYE-WIDTHS WIDE." THERE ARE MANY OTHER GUIDELINES. IDENTIFY WHAT PARTS OF SPEECH "WIDTH" AND "GUIDELINES" ARE IN THE ABOVE SENTENCES. IDENTIFY THE FIRST USE OF THE WORD WIDTH IN THE ABOVE SENTENCE AND THE WORD, "GUI
IN THE SENTENCE "HE SAYS THAT THE MOST IMPORTANT FEATURE IS THE CORRECT PLACEMENT OF THE EYES." TELL WHAT PART OF SPEECH "FEATURE" AND "PLACEMENT" ARE---ARE THEY PREDICATE NOMINATIVES, DIRECT OBJECTS, INDIRECT OBJECTS, PREDICATE ADJECTIVES, SUBJECTS OR VERBS?
Hi Can someone check my answers in the the blank to see if they are correct. 1. _____we_____ students are being asked to read two essays this week: Twain's "Reading the River" and Adler's "How to Mark a Book." We Us 2. Samuel Clemens was born in 1835; his mother did not insist that ___she_______ name him as
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?
What do you do if the author's intent is to create someone who isn't believable and filter the story through that person?
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 is the difference between metaphor and simile?
What would you say are the standards to judge quality in an essay about business?
Need help lilsting the participial and absolute phrases in the following sentences. Next to each part. phrase, write the word/words it modifies. Label each phrase participial or absolute. 1. A bookbinder using gold and jewels could make the cover really lovely. 2. The printing press changing things, books looked different af
Combine each of the following pairs of sentences by turning one setence into a participial phrase or an absolute phrase. Underline the participial phraes and absolute phraes in your rewritten sentences. I am having trouble with a few of these. 1. The braider repeats the process with the right strand. The braider contines the br
Write an essay to address the following question: "Why do you choose Chemistry or Chemical Engineering as your major of interest?" Focus on who you are and use your personal stories to support your arguments. Thanks.
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.
What are the correct ways to use the punctuation mark called the colon?
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
Diagram these sentences that include prepositional phrases 1. Edward Frost made famous rug patterns and sold them along the New England roads. 2. These old rugs were useful and beautiful to the eye. 3. During the nineteenth century, rug making was popular. I was having trouble with these 3.
Please define the term: Wertherian
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?