Logan Pearsall Smith means that what makes a work of literature most interesting is what the author implies, not what he or she states outright. This is true because a reader who has to "read between the lines" of a text feels more involved with the characters and their problems. Two works of literature that support this truth are The Crucible by Arthur Miller and To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. In The Crucible Arthur Miller uses the literary element of internal conflict to show that what is not directly stated in the play is most important. John Proctor is accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts, during the 1690's. He is given the choice of signing a confession to go free, or not signing it and hanging for his "crime." Proctor is torn between his desire to live and go home to his farm with his wife Elizabeth, and his desire to be true to himself. He agonizes and signs the confession Judge Danforth has prepared. But when he learns that the signed confession will be hung up for all to see, he tears it up. Miller "whispers" that the good reputation of a man is the most important thing of all. Reverend Hale says life is God's most precious gift, but Proctor's action suggests otherwise.
Harper Lee uses the literary element of theme in To Kill a Mockingbird to show that Scout Finch has gained a more adult view of the world. Scout's "coming of age" is hinted at at the end of the book when
Electronics on Paper
Nowadays, the technologies become more and more powerful. Many people are using technology to work, at home , and everywhere. Our technology productions become thinner, lighter and smaller. Also, they have more function, easy to use, and make people life convenient. Many engineers are developing the new technique to make the technology to become lighter, smaller and cheaper. This technique called Electronics on paper.
In my opinion , I believe in this technique, because many…
Many paper size standards conventions have existed at different times and in different countries. Today there is one widespread international ISO standard (including A4, B3, C4, etc.) and a local standard used in North America (including letter, legal, ledger, etc.). The paper sizes affect writing paper, stationery, cards, and some printed documents. The standards also have related sizes for envelopes.
Most industry standards express the direction of the grain last when giving dimensions…
Name: Date: 2/13/2012 Licensure:
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: NATIONAL COMMON CORE STANDARDS
EXPLORATION GUIDE 27 points total
DUE FEB. 13, 2012
Part 1: To be completed utilizing PPT, handouts, and other online resources (http://www.corestandards.org).
1. Describe how the Common Core Standards were developed (address who, when, how; may use a timeline format) You may use the back if more space is needed. (3 points)
The standards were developed in June 2010 by the Council…
Mathematics is found everywhere in life and work and auto racing is
no exception. There are many applications of math in racing.
The purpose of racing is to win and in order to do that there must be a lot of
math involved. If you don’t use math and use it correctly then you will not win.
Mathematics is involved in racing in two ways, the car setup and scoring an
measurements. The car setup involves tire pressure, down force, wedge,
aerodynamic Drag, camber, track bar and valance…
English 101 Project #1: Expertise Paper
Due: September 15th, 11:59 PM EST Page Requirements: 3-4 double-spaced pages Times New Roman 12 pt. font, 1 inch margins For your first project in this course, you will craft an informational paper on a subject about which you are an expert (or that you know a good deal about). You are free to select nearly any topic you wish (exceptions are listed below), but always keep your writing goals and audience in mind: You are writing for an audience that likely…
The Sarbanes Oxley Act
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (often shortened to SOX) is legislation passed by the U.S. Congress to protect shareholders and the general public from accounting errors and fraudulent practices in the enterprise, as well as improve the accuracy of corporate disclosures. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was enacted in response to a series of high-profile financial scandals that occurred in the early 2000s at companies including Enron, WorldCom and Tyco that rattled the investors’ confidence…
Processes of a case study
methodology for postgraduate
research in marketing
Processes of a
U n ive rsi ty of Sou the r n Q ueensl a nd, Toowoomba , A ust r a l i a
C a s e s t u d i e s a re f a m i l i a r t o m a rke t i n g e d u c a t o r s a n d t h e i r s t u d e n t s a s a
teaching device. For example, the Harvard Business School’s cases are widely
used to allow students to be emotionally involved and le ar n action-related…
Running head: CLONING DEBATE
The Cloning Debate
DeVry Institute of Technology, New York
Scientists are now able to clone living things. The ethics surrounding this development have spurred a fierce debate. Arguments for and against cloning have been presented from a variety of sources.
Over the past century, there have been many developments in the field of human biology. One of the most controversial topics to have emerged in recent years is that of…
Pages 22-34 Notes
* Jamestown and Virginia: The ships that would deliver the original Jamestown settlers to Chesapeake dropped anchor in the New World in April of 1607.
* Farms and villages of some 20,000 Algonquian Indians were part of the Powhatan Confederacy on one stretch of uninhabited, uncultivated riverbank.
* Jamestown’s settlers included tradesmen like tailors and blacksmiths (and a doctor).
* Starving time was 1608-9.
* Jamestown was an experiment that barely…