ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

This excerpt from the introductory portion of mary shelley's frankenstine is an indication that the novel is

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Answer 1
Answer: Epistolary- which is the literary work in the form of letters.

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Identify the correct sentence. a. the ymca, which is on maple avenue offers, day care.
b. the ymca which is on maple, avenue offers day care.
c. the ymca, which is on maple avenue, offers day care.
d. the ymca which is on maple avenue offers day care.

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d. the ymca which is on maple avenue offers day care.

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The ymca, which is on maple avenue, offers day care.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

HAMLET HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Choose ONE writing prompt to respond to in a well-developed paragraph. Your paragraph must have a thesis, strong ideas which are explained in the body, textual evidence that supports your claim, and a concluding statement. You may use your Hamlet book or the online text to find your textual support.
1. Rottenness is a theme that appears throughout Hamlet. Choose two examples of rottenness. Quote a line or lines from each showing the theme clearly, and state which act and scene the passage comes from. Explain how the details of the situation relate to the theme.

2. Is Hamlet insane or not? Or is his condition more complicated in some way? (If so, how?) State your view, and argue for it in one or more well-organized paragraphs that includes textual support.
Question 24 options:

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Personally I do not believe that Hamlet is crazy given that he is the play does have a condition but I don't believe it could be anything more than simply condition. Throughout the play couldn't find him using
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Help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Which three elements can contribute to the rising action in a novel?

A.solving the conflict

B.character decisions

C.character flaws

D.the climax

E.conflicts

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I believe it has to be B,C, and E. The rising action comes before the climax, so that eliminates D and A.
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This is the question I was answering: In both, "Miracles," and, "in Just-," the poets use images that appeal to the senses. In a paragraph, compare the use of imagery in the two poems. First, present images in each poem that appeal to the senses of sight, sound, and touch. Then, state at least one way in which the use of imagery in the two poems is different and one way that it is the same. Include details in the poem in your paragraph.


"Miracles."

Why, who makes much of a miracle?

As to me I know of nothing else but miracles,

Whether I walk the streets of Manhattan,

Or dart my sight over the roofs of houses toward the sky,

Or wade with naked feet along the beach just in the edge of the water,

Or stand under trees in the woods,

Or talk by day with any one I love …

Or sit at table at dinner with the rest,

Or look at strangers opposite me riding in the car,

Or watch honey-bees busy around the hive of a summer forenoon,

Or animals feeding in the fields,

Or birds, or the wonderfulness of insects in the air,

Or the wonderfulness of the sundown, or of stars shining so quiet and bright,

Or the exquisite delicate thin curve of the new moon in spring;

These with the rest, one and all, are to me miracles,

The whole referring, yet each distinct and in its place.


To me every hour of the light and dark is a miracle,

Every cubic inch of space is a miracle,

Every square yard of the surface of the earth is spread with the same,

Every foot of the interior swarms with the same.


To me the sea is a continual miracle,

The fishes that swim—the rocks—the motion of the waves—the ships with men in them,

What stranger miracles are there?



"In just-"


in Just—

spring when the world is mud-

luscious the little

lame balloonman


whistles far and wee


and eddieandbill come

running from marbles and

piracies and it's

spring

when the world is puddle-wonderful

the queer

old balloonman whistles

far and wee

and bettyandisbel come dancing

from hop-scotch and jump-rope and

it's

spring

and

the


goat-footed


balloonMan whistles

far

and

wee


(Sorry, it's long question but iv'e been stuck on it for hours.)

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In both Miracles and in Just, both poets use images such as "wade with naked feet along the beach just in the edge of the water" it gives you an image of an older woman/man/girl/boy wading in the edge of the water and then it also lets you taste the moist air around you and gives you a since of comfort. and in the other poem it talks about spring. you can imagine it and feel the cold spring air and see the leaves dropping. but it also makes you wonder if the person talking about it is sane because he doesnt sound reliable when he is using words such as wee it also makes you question if the balloon man is playing jump rope and hopscotch since the poem seems more about the balloon man. when it says piracies also gives it a since of spookiness you could say but overall thats just an example of how you can see feel and taste what he is writing about

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