Evaluate Agamemnon as a tragic hero based on Aeschylus`s Agamemnon.

Evaluate Agamemnon as a tragic hero based on Aeschylus`s Agamemnon.

Evaluate Agamemnon as a tragic hero based on Aeschylus`s Agamemnon.

Evaluate Agamemnon as a tragic hero based on Aeschylus`s Agamemnon.
A good way to start is by offering Aristotle’s definition of tragedy. In his Poetics, he says:“Tragedy, then, is an imitation of an action that is serious, complete, and of a certain magnitude; in language embellished with each kind of artistic ornament, the several kinds being found in separate parts of the play; in the form of action, not of narrative; with incidents arousing pity and fear, wherewith to accomplish its katharsis of such emotions…”Based on this definition, we can say that Agamemnon’s actions are serious. He sacrificed his daughter to Artemis to get favorable winds, he fought a long war at Troy, and he now has to face his wife, Klytemnestra, who hates him.To be sure, Agamemnon is a person who can be despised for the sacrifice of his daughter, but in a culture of war this action is almost understandable. After a long war, he comes back home instead of a reception, he is killed in cold blood in a bath by his wife. There is some pity here.Finally, there is a sense of fear and katharsis as well by the final scene. The tension is resolved by the death of Agamemnon. No one is left wondering what will happen.

What is an interpretation of Sonnet 74, "I never drank of Aganippe well," from Astrophil and Stella by Sir Philip Sidney?

What is an interpretation of Sonnet 74, “I never drank of Aganippe well,” from Astrophil and Stella by Sir Philip Sidney?

What is an interpretation of Sonnet 74, “I never drank of Aganippe well,” from Astrophil and Stella by Sir Philip Sidney?

What is an interpretation of Sonnet 74, “I never drank of Aganippe well,” from Astrophil and Stella by Sir Philip Sidney?
This sonnet is similar to many other sonnets in the Astrophil and Stella sequence of sonnets, as it talks about and discusses the impact of love on the speaker and the way in which his Muse, Stella, has inspired him to capture in such perfect verse his feelings through the power of love. The poem begins by asserting how the speaker is nobody special who has any talent or significant experience that is different from your average layman. He has not visited any place where he might have received the gift of inspiration, and he defiantly states that he is “no pick-purse of another’s wit.” That is, he has not stolen his words from somebody else.From where, therefore, does the speaker’s skill in writing such effortless verse come from?: How falls it then, that with so smooth an easeMy thoughts I speak, and what I speak doth flowIn verse, and that my verse best wits doth please?After suggesting various possibilities, the speaker reveals all. His poetic skill comes from the inspiration of “Stella’s kiss.” His lips are sweet from that kiss, and it is this inspiration of love that has enabled him to craft such verse, even though he has so little else to recommend him.

Please discuss the concerns of Subhadra Sen Gupta and Raji Narasimhan in their storiesThe Fourth Daughter and A Toast to Herself…

Please discuss the concerns of Subhadra Sen Gupta and Raji Narasimhan in their storiesThe Fourth Daughter and A Toast to Herself…

Please discuss the concerns of Subhadra Sen Gupta and Raji Narasimhan in their storiesThe Fourth Daughter and A Toast to Herself…

Please discuss the concerns of Subhadra Sen Gupta and Raji Narasimhan in their storiesThe Fourth Daughter and A Toast to Herself…

Write a short note on Gynocriticism.

Write a short note on Gynocriticism.

Write a short note on Gynocriticism.

Write a short note on Gynocriticism.
Gynocriticism is a branch of feminist literary theory. The particular term was created by Elaine Showalter in an essay titled “Toward a Feminist Poetics” published in The New Feminist Criticism: Essays on Women, Literature and Theory. (Random House, 1988) to describe a subgenre or period within the history of feminist criticism. It is closely allied with French theoretical as opposed to liberal Anglo-Saxon feminism. Rather than  being concerned simply with recovery of female texts or remediation of social injustice, it argues for a form of difference ideology grounded in uniquely feminine ways of reading and creating language, which engage female literary works in a manner inaccessible to traditional male types of criticism.When you write your assigned note on `gynocriticism`, your teacher probably wishes to see you focus on the contrast between this and the liberal feminism which came earlier and more recent gender theory.

A chemist has 38.6 g of titanium(III) chloridei) How many moles of titanium(III) chloride does the chemist have?ii) What is the mass of titanium…

A chemist has 38.6 g of titanium(III) chloridei) How many moles of titanium(III) chloride does the chemist have?ii) What is the mass of titanium…

A chemist has 38.6 g of titanium(III) chloridei) How many moles of titanium(III) chloride does the chemist have?ii) What is the mass of titanium…

A chemist has 38.6 g of titanium(III) chloridei) How many moles of titanium(III) chloride does the chemist have?ii) What is the mass of titanium…
Titanium(III) chloride or TiCl3 has a molar mass of 154.225 g/mole.The chemist has 38.6 g of titanium(III) chloride. This is equivalent to 38.6/154.225 = 0.25 moles of titanium(III) chloride.The atomic mass of titanium is 47.867 g/mole and the atomic mass of chlorine is 35.45 g/mole.The mass of the titanium in the sample is equal to (47.867/154.225)*38.6 = 11.98 g.One mole of a compound has 6.02*10^23 particles. In titanium(III) chloride there are 3 chlorine atoms in each molecule. 0.5 moles of the compound has 6.02*10^23*0.5 = 3.01*10^23 molecules. The number of chlorine atoms is three times the number of molecules or 9*10^23.

A sudden decrease in intermolecular forces of attraction occurs most efficiently in:A) MELTING B) EVAPORATIONC)…

A sudden decrease in intermolecular forces of attraction occurs most efficiently in:A) MELTING B) EVAPORATIONC)…

A sudden decrease in intermolecular forces of attraction occurs most efficiently in:A) MELTING B) EVAPORATIONC)…

A sudden decrease in intermolecular forces of attraction occurs most efficiently in:A) MELTING B) EVAPORATIONC)…
Matter is composed of molecules, which can be in one of three states: solid, liquid, or gas.  The movement from one state to another is known as a phase change; additionally, sublimation is the process by which a solid skips the phase change of liquid and proceeds directly to a vapor.The intermolecular forces inside a molecule hold molecules together in solid and liquid states, but at the gaseous state the separate molecules don’t interact at all, so there are no intermolecular forces. The sudden decrease in the force occurs most efficiently in sublimation.

How can you prepare yourself to become an effective manager in an increasingly uncertain and global business environment?

How can you prepare yourself to become an effective manager in an increasingly uncertain and global business environment?

How can you prepare yourself to become an effective manager in an increasingly uncertain and global business environment?

How can you prepare yourself to become an effective manager in an increasingly uncertain and global business environment?
There is no simple way to do this.  Many of the attributes needed may well be innate to people rather than things that they can learn.The main thing that a manager needs to be able to do is to be flexible.  As you say, the business environment today is uncertain, which means that it is likely to change at any time. In such a climate, managers need to be able to easily throw off old ideas about how things work to embrace new realities.  Managers in today’s world also need to be flexible because they may well be working with people from different cultures who have different attitudes and expectations.  This is another situation in which flexibility is key.

What are some examples of similes in "Harrison Bergeron"?

What are some examples of similes in “Harrison Bergeron”?

What are some examples of similes in “Harrison Bergeron”?

What are some examples of similes in “Harrison Bergeron”?
eNotes has an impressive study guide that I have linked to below that provides in-depth review material of Kurt Vonnegut’s short story, “Harrison Bergeron”.Your question specifically requests an example of a simile in this story.Similes are a form of figurative language used by authors to compare two unlike things using like or as. A good way of remembering the meaning of simile is to think of the word “similar”. Sometimes students confuse similes with metaphors. Remember a metaphor does not use like or as. It compares two things directly.Simile Example 1: “Ordinarily, there was a certain symmetry, a military neatness to the handicaps issued to strong people, but Harrison looked like a walking junkyard.”Simile Example 2:”They leaped like deer on the moon.”

Can anybody please help me by providing the poem "Evening Landscape by the River" by Jayanta Mahapatra? Thanks in advance.

Can anybody please help me by providing the poem “Evening Landscape by the River” by Jayanta Mahapatra? Thanks in advance.

Can anybody please help me by providing the poem “Evening Landscape by the River” by Jayanta Mahapatra? Thanks in advance.

Can anybody please help me by providing the poem “Evening Landscape by the River” by Jayanta Mahapatra? Thanks in advance.

What are some advantages and disadvantages of adopting the stance of Miss Emily being a symbol of the post-Civil-War South?

What are some advantages and disadvantages of adopting the stance of Miss Emily being a symbol of the post-Civil-War South?

What are some advantages and disadvantages of adopting the stance of Miss Emily being a symbol of the post-Civil-War South?

What are some advantages and disadvantages of adopting the stance of Miss Emily being a symbol of the post-Civil-War South?
Choosing the stance of Miss Emily is a symbol of the post-Civil-War South is a solid beginning for a high school essay. It’s a position most critics would agree with. The main advantage is that it agrees with what we know about Faulkner and the story. There are two main disadvantages. For a stance to be something you need to prove, it has to be something that is in doubt, i.e. that your readers might disagree with, or find new or original. Since the position is one generally accepted, it fails to meet the criteria of something that needs to be argued. The second problem with it is that it is too general. It’s a good starting point, but you need to narrow it down to some specific aspect of the post-Civil War South. Does she represent something good or bad? Is she a victim as much as an oppressor? You have a good starting point, but now you need to focus your topic more narrowly.