• Stylistic analysis
    Synecdoche : A figure of speech in which a part of something stands for the whole (lat. pars pro toto) or where the whole stands for a part (lat. totum pro parte). All hands on deck. (Alle Mann an Bord) / Germany (= the German team) lost 1:2. Symbol (Symbol): Something concrete (like a person...
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  • Romeo and Juliet Quotes
     she  doth  teach  the  torches  to  burn   bright!  So  shows  a  snowy  dove  trooping   with  crows.   Her  vestal  livery  is  but  sick  and  green.   O  that  I  were  a  glove  upon  that  hand...
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  • Shakespeare's Life and as You Like It
    records, real estate and tax records, lawsuits, records of payments, and references to Shakespeare and his works in printed and hand-written texts.[1][2] The bare historical record documents that Shakespeare was baptised 26 April 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire, England, in theHoly Trinity...
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  • lesson plan
    Junnie Salud I. Objectives At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to: 1. Identify statements that show cause and effect relationship. 2. Read a poem correctly and clearly with expressions. 3. Appreciate reading poems. 4. Decode words with “augh” (o) sounds II. Subject Matter ...
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  • Shakespear History
    was also apparently well-known as a playwright, for reference is made of him by his contemporary Robert Greene in A Groatsworth of Wit as "an upstart crow." Several companies of actors were in London at this time. Shakespeare may have had connection with one or more of them before 1592, but we have no...
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  • English Proverbs
    contain proper names people's names, e.g.: 1) Bacchus has drowned more men than Neptune. Бахус (Вакх) утопил больше людей, чем Нептун. 2) Caesar's wife must be above suspicion. Жена Цезаря должна быть выше подозрений. 3) If the mountain will not come to Mahomet, Mahomet...
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  • Afro Asian
    her own power to help them, that they finally went with her toher fathers house, where she showed them how to comply with their father-in-laws demand. 2. How can the first daughter-in-law bring back fire wrapped in paper? How can the second daughter-in-law bring back wind in a paper? How can the third...
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  • Applied Learning Theory
    himself, would hold onto visions of their loved ones to help get them through. Part of recovering and rejoining the world outside of camp was being reunited with family members and friends. For Frankl, one of the most difficult parts of the process was overcoming the blow of not having anyone left upon his...
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  • Quiz 1 Study Guide
    Quiz I—Study Guide Format: 5 listening questions (2 points each), 10 multiple choice questions (2 points each), 2 short answer (5 points each) Listening/Musical Examples—may be played *or* come up in other questions • “Zip Coon,” George Washington Dixon (1828) – minstrelsy o verse-chorus...
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  • Consider the presentation of Beatrice and Benedick’s relationship early in the play, in particular, how does Shakespeare make Act two Scene 3 entertaining for the audience?]
    not marry. He engages in a competition to outwit, Beatrice, but his friends Don Pedro, and Claudio, believe he has deeper feelings for Beatrice. Act 2 scene 3 ends with a soliloquy “if I do not take pity of her, I am a villain! If I do not love her, I am a Jew” [Lines 239-240].This line is from Benedicks’...
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  • How Important Was the Supreme Court in the Development of African-American Civil Rights in the Years 1950 to 1962?
    alongside some big overgrown Negroes’ . Eisenhower’s ‘sympathises’; the south as he originates there himself, the intolerance could be considered to be part of the South’s culture and behaviour to be intolerant of the black people, it is arguable that this effected Eisenhower’s political judgement . The...
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  • Idk What This Is
    back. / Come, gentle night, come, loving, black-brow’d night” (Act III Sc. 2) An oxymoron describes when two juxtaposed words have opposing or very diverse meanings. Juliet – “Beautiful tyrant! fiend angelical!” (Act III Sc.2) Foreshadowing is a reference to something that will happen later in the...
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  • A Hair Cut
    “I’m not an Indian.” “Not an Indian?” Alabama said. “I would have sworn you were.” “I’m not.” Alabama shook his head and said, “You can’t fool me. I’ve been all over the country. Seen all kinds of Indians. Cherokees in the Carolinas and Georgia and Alabama. Navajos in Arizona and New Mexico...
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  • Themes in Miss Brill by Katherine Mansfield
    from society, estrangement and indifference in modern times, people’s attitudes towards the elderly and the collision between fantasy and reality. 2. Detailed Interpretation of Miss Brill on Concrete Themes 2.1 Loneliness Several themes are conveyed in Miss Brill. One of them is loneliness...
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  • Analysis of Van Gogh
    singing Starry night with a key board) -1- -2- Starry, starry night. Paint your palette blue and grey, Look out on a summer's day, With eyes that know the darkness in my soul. Shadows on the...
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  • Romeo and Juliet
    upon the cheek of night Like a rich jewel in an Ethiope's ear; Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear! So shows a snowy dove trooping with crows, as yonder lady o'er her fellows shows. The measure done, I'll watch her place of stand, And, touching hers, make blessed my rude hand. Did my heart...
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  • The Westing Game
    one was a bookie, one was a burglar, one was a bomber, and one was a mistake. Barney Northrup had rented one of the apartments to the wrong person. 2 ♦ Ghosts or Worse On September first the chosen ones (and the mistake) moved in. A wire fence had been erected along the north side of the building;...
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  • Miss
    as a film or book! Two Show that you understand the difference between (fictional) characters in the play, and the (real) actors who play the parts. Remember the film version is an interpretation which is based on the original Shakespearian play. Three Do not copy long sections of the play but...
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  • Vote of Thank on Annual Day Function
    SanTA 2 BaNta YaR Ye t0u MoRnInG MorNiNg bukS OThA K KaHA Ja rAhA Hai? SaNta : yAr mAI EngLIsH sEKHnE JA rAha HN. BANta:v0 ku? SanTa:v0 muJhE KAVe(cRoW)Se coMpLx HOGya HAi. BaNta: CRow Se ku yAR? SanTa:B'Cz cRoW B eNgLISh bLta HAi. BnTa:it's iMpOSBlE. SanTa:YAR DKh siPmlE CRow blTA HeNA...
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  • Macbeth
    Resolution Personal Responsibility Self-Reliance Integrity Sacrifice Honor 1. Duncan’s talk with Malcolm demonstrating his trust in Macbeth. 2. Maidens appear while Macbeth and Banquo are walking after the battle. Macbeth trusts the word of the witches. 3. He trusts Lady Macbeth by divulging...
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