746 Answered Questions for the topic literature

Literature English Grammar

09/23/21

Q about POV in Ernest Hemingways Hills like White Elephants

Analyze the Point of View in Ernest Hemingways, Hills like White Elephants: What is the narration like?  Explain if it's first, second, or third person- I think it's third. Explain if it's... more
Literature English Grammar

09/22/21

POV ? about Ernest Hemingway's Hills like White Elephants

Analyze the Point of View in Hills like White Elephants: What is the narration like? Explain if it's first, second, or third person- I think it's third. Explain if it's omniscient or limited, and... more

09/11/21

The “American Dream” theme in The Great Gatsby

Please explain the use of the “American Dream” theme within The Great Gatsby and how it either supports or critiques the idea.2-3 paragraph minimum, with or without textual support.

08/30/21

need help (sat preparation)

In the following passage from "The Perils of Indifference," Elie Wiesel describes the memory of being liberated from the Buchenwald concentration camp by American soldiers. How would the meaning of... more

08/30/21

need help (sat preparation)

How would the meaning of the following passage change if Wiesel used the word “troubles” rather than “plight”?"Have we really learned from our experiences? Are we less insensitive to the plight of... more

08/29/21

help with question(sat preparation)

When Beowulf decides to travel to the land of the Danes to help Hrothgar, the narrator states, “None/ Of the wise ones regretted his going, much/ As he was loved by the Geats: the omens were good,/... more

08/29/21

help with questions ( sat preparation)

Before King Beowulf goes to fight the dragon, he says: “Nor abide by the barrow, ye breastplate-mailed,/ ye heroes in harness, which of us twain/ better from battle-rush bear his wounds./ Wait ye... more

08/29/21

This story suggests that one of the roles of folklore within this culture is: ( sat preparation)

The Story of the Lightning and the ThunderNigerian Folktale, translated by Elphinstone Dayrell [1910]In the olden days the thunder and lightning lived on the earth amongst all the other people, but... more

08/29/21

tennyson makes use of which devices in the lines: “It may be that the gulfs will wash us down: / It may be we shall touch the Happy Isles”?

tennyson makes use of which devices in the lines: “It may be that the gulfs will wash us down: / It may be we shall touch the Happy Isles”? Mark all that applya. Allusionb. Parallelismc. Similed.... more

08/28/21

How would the meaning of this passage change if he had used the word “anger” instead of the word “rage”?

In the following passage from "The Perils of Indifference," Elie Wiesel describes the memory of being liberated from the Buchenwald concentration camp by American soldiers. How would the meaning of... more

08/28/21

How would the meaning of the following passage change if Wiesel used the word “suffering” instead of “anguish”?

How would the meaning of the following passage change if Wiesel used the word “suffering” instead of “anguish”?- “Suffering” would imply a physical rather than emotional torment- “Anguish”... more

08/28/21

What is the meaning of the word “elicit” in the following passage?

What is the meaning of the word “elicit” in the following passage?“In a way, to be indifferent to that suffering is what makes the human being inhuman. Indifference, after all, is more dangerous... more

08/28/21

What is the meaning of the word “denounce” from the same passage?

“In a way, to be indifferent to that suffering is what makes the human being inhuman. Indifference, after all, is more dangerous than anger and hatred. Anger can at times be creative. One writes a... more
Literature

08/21/21

Compare Antigone's defense of the "unwritten laws" or "traditions" that nobody made and that have always existed with Socrates's appeal to the Laws of Athens.

Compare Antigone's defense of the "unwritten laws" or "traditions" that nobody made and that have always existed with Socrates's appeal to the Laws of Athens. What view would Socrates take of the... more

08/09/21

what makes puritan literature different from other american literature

what makes puritan literature different from other american literature
Literature

08/05/21

"Far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife, / Their sober wishes never learned to stray; / Along the cool sequestered vale of life / They kept the noiseless tenor of their way/” he is

A.Implying they needed to have made more noise during their lifetimesB.Focusing on the dangers of the glamorous worldC.Suggesting sobriety is something to be avoidedD.Suggesting mad crowds are noble
Literature English Act English

08/04/21

Need help pls its urgent

which early American value (social, ethical, moral) do you think is missing from our modern society? What should Americans do about the change in values you have identified and researched? Should... more
Literature English Poem Act English

07/31/21

need help with this question please its urgent

Which era (Native American , Puritanism , Romanticism ,Gothic) does these statement apply to ?1/ This era was known for symbolic narratives explaining how the world came to be.2/ Held the belief... more
Literature English Act English

07/28/21

COULD YOU HELP ME EMULATE EMILY DICKINSON POETRY IM STUCK PLEASE

Help me with some sentences pleasewrite an original poem that emulates Emily Dickinson’s style. The subject of your poem must be similar to the subjects used Dickinson in her poetry. These... more

07/25/21

How does faith present itself in Silas Marner?

This good wholesome woman could hardly fail to have her mind drawn strongly towards Silas Marner, now that he appeared in the light of a sufferer; and one Sunday afternoon she took her little boy... more
Literature

07/25/21

How Would You Analyze This?

'Oh yes! I am quite convinced that, with very few exceptions, the sea-air always does good. There can be no doubt of its having been of the greatest service to Dr. Shirley, after his illness, last... more
Literature English Shakespeare

07/18/21

Explore how and why is guilt important for our understanding of Macbeth as a whole.

You will be required to submit a thesis statement that will preview what your main argument about your topic will be: My topic is Guilt. I have written a thesis, but not sure if it is... more
Literature Essay Shakespeare

07/01/21

Analyze the last lines of Hamlet, King Lear, and The Tempest? (7 pages Double Spaced)

The lines will be in bold and found at the end of the promptFocus on the final lines of the three Shakespeare plays we (will) have read: Hamlet, King Lear, and The Tempest. In Simon Palfrey’s book,... more

identify which of the techniques is used in these excerpts from "Land of Bondage, Land of Free" by Raul S. Manglapus. Afterward, explain what idea the technique creates emphasis on.

PLSSS HELPPidentify which of the techniques is used in these excerpts from "Land of Bondage, Land ofFree" by Raul S. Manglapus. Afterward, explain what idea the technique creates emphasis on.1. But... more

06/21/21

How is Wormwood's patient saved from Hell in The Screwtape Letters? This is a question that I have been stuck on for weeks, can someone please help me?

My question: What is one of the incidents that the patient experiences, immediately after his death, that indicate he is saved from Hell?This question is for The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis.... more

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