1. English

    When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes I all alone beweep my outcast state, And trouble deaf heaven with my bootless cries, And look upon myself, and curse my fate, Wishing me like to one more rich in hope, [5] Featured like him, like him with
  2. English

    1) The poet's initial mood Or state? of solitude turns into happiness 2) The flowers are introduced/described in the first stanza ( can you use PRESESENTED???) 3) Nature is presented as something positive, as a friend and a comforter to man (is it correct
  3. English

    Can you please help me rephrase a poem by Whitman or at least check if my sentences are correct? 1)We were holding each other tightly without ever leaving each other (??) 2) We enjoyed going up and down, making excursions, being powerful (??) 3) We
  4. English

    I need help with 2 questions for this poem: Hear, nature, hear; dear goddess, hear! Suspend thy purpose, if thou didst intend To make this creature fruitful! Into her womb convey sterility! Dry up in her the organs of increase; [5] And from her derogate
  5. Language Arts

    *Clean start, I'll also explain my answer choices. Be still, sad heart! and cease repining; Behind the clouds is the sun still shinning; thy fate is the common fate of all, into each life some rain must fall some days must be dark and dreary 1. from the
  6. English

    Can someone tell me what is the diction and the syntax of this is? "I stood up nervously, wondering what it could be. I felt my classmates' piercing eyes as I mechanically left the classroom. Teacher Hou walked ahead of me without seeming to notice my
  7. language arts

    1 Under a spreading chestnut tree 2 The village smithy stands; 3 The smith, a mighty man is he, 4 With large and sinewy hands; 5 And the muscles of his brawny arms 6 Are strong as iron bands. 7 His hair is crisp, and black, and long, 8 His face is like the
  8. English-Edit

    Could someone please edit this for me, and point out all grammatical errors. Thank you very much in return My assignment is connected to this poem and is down below. I made some changes as well. :-) Mr. Henry Axhelm Math Period 2, Room 107 I teach five
  9. AP Literature

    I need some help checking these questions. This is on the poem Ulysses by Alfred Tennyson, if you search "Ulysses poem" its the first result. 1. Lines 47-48 read, "That ever with a frolic welcome took/The thunder and the sunshine..." In line 48, thunder
  10. english

    Can someone please tell me how this paragraph would be rated? Literary technique paragraph using the second paragraph of the Jan 2011 regent. In passage 2, the author Marge Piercy uses similie to portray the hard work people he loves best do. Similes
  11. English-Ms. Sue

    Ms. Sue here is the poem that I was working on yesterday. I added other things onto here; I am still working on my ending, but I need your help with one sentence. The magic box I will put in the box Hugs and kisses from my family The daylight brought from
  12. romeo and juliet

    Hi. I have a question. Wasn't the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare based off of a poem by Arthur Brooke? This is what I was taught in school and have read on several websites, but someone else told me that what I know is completely wrong, but
  13. English

    Can you check if the following sentences are possible in English? Thank you very much in advance for your invaluable help. 1) The barons received lands (or land) from the king. 2) The land was held by the vassals. 3) In the medieval mind (?) there was also
  14. Language Arts Check

    1. I MET a traveller from an antique land Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the desert ... Near them, on the sand, Half sunk, a shattered visage [face] lies, whose frown, And wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command, Tell that its
  15. English

    Fossil Flitting, flickering, flashing black, white, and a note of red passes beneath trees that were already old at the end of the Civil War. The lovely departed species announces its fearless refusal to cease to be. And as we stand in the awe of life's
  16. English

    I forgot to include this sentence. Can you please check the tense choice since I switched from the past to the present? Thank you. 1) In the poem Daffodils the flowers are presented not as statically as in a painting, but alive with motion. 2.They lay
  17. English

    Q1)In "Mowgli's Brothers," why does Shere Khan insist that Mowgli be give to him? -He views Mowgli as his prey*** -He believes in the following the Law of the Jungle. -He thinks he can take better care of Mowgli than the wolves. -Mowgli's famil has done
  18. English

    What are the pros/cons of the short story/short poem in communicating ideas? It is short, and sticks in the mind. Crossing the Bar comes to my mind, I first heard it in Junior High School over fifty years ago. Poe's The Raven is another. O'Henry's story
  19. English

    Base all answers on this passage They Flee from Me --Sir Thomas Wyatt They flee from me, that sometime did me seek With naked foot stalking in my chamber. I have seen them gentle, tame, and meek That are now wild, and do not remember That sometime they put
  20. Poetry/ENG 142/Ivy Bridge

    I'm trying to form an arguement based on the following poem does anyone have any ideas on how I could do that effectively? TO HELP THE MONKEY CROSS THE RIVER, which he must cross, by swimming, for fruit and nuts, to help him I sit, with my rifle, on a
  21. English

    I forgot to include the following sentences. I really hope you can have a look at them. 1)The daffodils are described not as static like in a painting but as alive with motion. 2) Actually, they are fluttering and dancing in the breeze, and tossing their
  22. ELA

    1.which of the following names a type of figurative language a.(Metaphor) b.Rhythm c.Definition d.Dialogue 2.what of the following lines of poetry contains a simile a.the smell of sweet happiness swirls from the bakery door b.the last bird-song of the day
  23. English

    1)When passing through the woods, we must pause to see the squirrels busy (in?) hiding their nuts in the grass 2) "No time to turn at Beauty's glance, and watch her feet, how they can dance (Is the rephrase correct? We have no time to see the beautiful
  24. English

    Hello! I am having trouble with this question based on the poem: "The Lake Isle of Innisfree," by W. B. Yeats: "I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree, And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made: Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive
  25. english

    Poem title, author Setting Characters Conflict(s) Resolution Rhyme or rhythm, pattern? on turning 10 You tell me it is too early to be looking back, but that is because you have forgotten the perfect simplicity of being one and the beautiful complexity
  26. English

    What is the rhyme scheme, meter, and stanza form for the poem "The Lamb" by William Blake? The Lamb Little Lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made thee? Gave thee life, and bid thee feed By the stream and o'er the mead; Gave thee clothing of delight,
  27. english

    i need help analyzing this poem by robert frost. what is the theme? emotions? and is the meaning that man is trying to control nature or fix it? THE AIM WAS SONG Before man came to blow it right The wind once blew itself untaught, And did its loudest day
  28. English

    Which of the following situations in "The Censors" represents an example of situational irony? A. Juan ends up being executed after censoring his own love letter to Mariana. B. Juan decides to report a colleague for trying to organize against the
  29. ela

    1. The portion of a story in which the characters are introduced and the setting is described is called the (1 point) climax. exposition. rising action. falling action. 2. Imagine you are going to add the following events to a plot diagram for The Watsons
  30. Free Verse Poem

    Does this sound good to you? (Eigth grade) Setting: 1930's Dust Bowl She stood facing north, screaming at it. Raising her hands towards the heavens, And it came. Storming through like a beast, Charging like a bull, Roaring like a lion. The dust billowed in
  31. LA Check!

    from “The Walrus and the Carpenter” by Lewis Carroll 1 The sun was shining on the sea, Shining with all his might: He did his very best to make The billows smooth and bright— 5 And this was odd, because it was The middle of the night. The moon was
  32. English

    Can you help me rephrase the poem “Mirror” by Sylvia Plath? 1) The mirror is silver, exact and four-cornered. It has no preconceptions. It is truthful, not cruel. It swallows whatever it sees, unmisted by love or dislike (How can I replace unmisted?)
  33. Science

    What did Oprah Winfrey do for 152 exceptional girls in South Africa? Select one: a. She gave each of them college scholarships. b. She helped them attend school in the United States. c. She invited them to attend her new school. d. She convinced them to
  34. Poetry

    i need help translating this poem into modern english. it is by John Donne I wonder, by my troth, what thou and I Did, till we loved?were we not weaned till then, But sucked on country pleasures, childishly? Or snorted we in the seven sleepers' den? Twas
  35. poetry question

    Hello for this poem for this question which one is correct: "The child is father of the man." What does this mean? The best fathers are immature. If one can't be a father he can never have a child. Our attitudes and beliefs as children stay with us
  36. English

    My answers are *** 10.   The author of “My Brother’s Keeper” emphasizes Jamie’s conflict by  (1 point) A. describing the car accident in detail. B. detailing Jamie’s physical appearance and good grades. C. flashing back to earlier events with
  37. 7th Grade Language Arts

    4. The Latin word alius means "other." Which of the following words contains this root? (1 point) alien alight alike alignment 5. The Anglo-Saxon root sla- means "to strike." Which of the following words does not share this root? (1 point) slap slaughter
  38. English

    Base all answers on this passage They Flee from Me --Sir Thomas Wyatt They flee from me, that sometime did me seek With naked foot stalking in my chamber. I have seen them gentle, tame, and meek That are now wild, and do not remember That sometime they put
  39. English

    Base all answers on this passage They Flee from Me --Sir Thomas Wyatt They flee from me, that sometime did me seek With naked foot stalking in my chamber. I have seen them gentle, tame, and meek That are now wild, and do not remember That sometime they put
  40. English

    I urgently need to revise these questions. I don't know how to express questions number 1 and 4. Thank you 1) Refer to Owen’s poem “Dulce et Decorum est” and briefly summarize the content of each stanza in your own words. Focus in particular (?) your
  41. Poem: Hanging fire by Audre Lorde

    Could you check these answers thanks. 1. Did you feel more or less sympathy with the girl speaking in "Hanging Fire," than with the one speaking in "Young," explain your answer. Answer: I felt more sympathy with the girl in "Hanging Fire," because she's
  42. Poetry

    I was introduced to the art of poetry two years ago, in the tenth grade, at high school. The first year, I was uninterested. This year, I have become absolutely infatuated with it, but unfortunately, even though I’ve grown to love the art, I hardly
  43. Language arts

    The walrus and the Carpender The sun was shining on the sea Shining with all his might He did his very best to make The Billows smooth and bright And this was odd because it was the middle of the night The moon was shining sulkily Because she thought the
  44. English

    What is the meaning of this poem? A single flower he sent me, since we met. All tenderly his messenger he chose; Deep-hearted, pure, with scented dew still wet-- One perfect rose. I knew the language of the floweret; "My fragile leaves," it said, "his
  45. English

    I really need you to check these sentences on Owen's poem please. 1)In the second stanza, most of the soldiers succeed in putting on their clumsy gas masks. Someone, however, is still crying out for help, unable to move quickly and easily enough to put on
  46. POETRY

    He set his face away from the eclipse, his eyes seeking their way to a place where the sun does not see. In the distance, the wheat waved and wilted under the wind whose breath blew beyond the bare field. The day found its bearings under the chorus of
  47. poetry

    i need to write a question poem with 10 lines and that asks a lot of questions i have no ideas please help! Pick a theme, then the questions, then put them in verse. Example: Theme Love questions.. What is how it began where will it lead how will it end
  48. Ms. Sue! The Industrial Revolution

    What role did the Enlightenment play in the development of new economic theories during the Industrial Revolution? a. Enlightenment ideas led to the development of capitalism, but socialist ideas were unrelated to any Enlightenment reasoning. b. Economists
  49. English

    I really need to know if all the coorections are OK. It is really urgent. 1)The subject of the poem is the description of some soldiers while they are retreating through (toward) their trenches. 2)They should be young and strong but, because of their
  50. English

    Thank you very much for your corrections. Here are some more sentences on the same subject. Thank you. 1)Wordsworth imagines himself as (like) a cloud which overflows (better: floats over) valleys and hills. Before (Wordsworth) nature was seen as a
  51. social studies

    Is morality is a Social Function (Construction)? This would imply that there is no such thing as REAL morality only the morality that society forces us to follow (both consciously and unconsciously). Use examples to explain your case. [ WARNING: If you do
  52. English

    Spring is like a perhaps hand (which comes carefully out of Nowhere) arranging a window, into which people look (while people stare arranging and changing placing carefully there a strange thing and a known thing here) and changing everything carefully
  53. English

    Please look over my answer. The first set of questions all refer to this poem: When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes I all alone beweep my outcast state, And trouble deaf heaven with my bootless cries, And look upon myself, and curse my fate,
  54. English-poetry

    I am doing a poetry analysis of John Clare's "IAm!" I need help identifying the emotional/logical climax and the fulcrum of the piece. I have identified its metaphors, similes, imagery, censuara, allusions, repetition. Am I missing something? Here is the
  55. English

    This is the second and last stanza of the poem "Preludes" I need to rephrase. Thank you very much for your help. The morning comes to consciousness Of faint stale smells of beer From the sawdust-trampled street With all its muddy feet that press To early
  56. English

    Could you (whoever "you" are) please read my poem and give feedback? Thank you. -TinyPoet She sits at the automat waiting. Waiting in sullen silence, steeping in the same melancholy water her tea is. Hat drooping to hide her hastily painted face, a could
  57. FRENCH

    This is a poem I wrote called Automne. Are there any mistakes? Adieu, vive clarté de nos étés trop courts Au claire de l’automne Le bel automne est revenu Un parfum de mélancolie émouvante On sent tout le temps, en l’automne Nous aimons bien cette
  58. SCI !!!!

    I am writing a peom on the element flourine and it should explain and the structure of the atoms that make up that element, explain why it is where it is on the periodic table, what element(s) it might combine with to make a compound/molecule, and finally,
  59. Sci

    I am writing a peom on the element flourine and it should explain and the structure of the atoms that make up that element, explain why it is where it is on the periodic table, what element(s) it might combine with to make a compound/molecule, and finally,
  60. english- mood/tone

    My teacher says that mood and tone are not the same thing, but I have trouble establishing a difference between the two. How can I tell them apart? Mood: http://www.tnellen.com/cybereng/lit_terms/terms/2terms.html#Mood Tone:
  61. Creative Writing

    this is one of my assignments that i'm stuck on: write down your three favorite flavors of ice cream and three different toppings. Classify the information by pairing each flavor of ice cream with each topping. List some of the words or expressions you
  62. English

    Which best describes why the author has the mother and son in borders sleep in the car for two days? a. to show their poverty b. to show the bureaucracy of the border control c. to show tension among the characters in the rising action of the story d. to
  63. poetry

    I need to know what format is being used in this poem: Canadian Angels Angels of the House, Angels of Mercy- yes, they've called women that. But these are Angels of Ice,Hard-muscled, sharp, dangerous as winter's cold. How else do you explain their speed,
  64. Poetry

    I need to learn the different meters and rhyming patterns of poetry?? Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. First of all is a pdf file: 1. server.remc11.k12.mi.us/bstpract/bstpract/165/165.pdf 2.
  65. english

    From the poem "Thanatopsis" by William Cullen Bryant: What is the universal fact about death? What specific comforts does nature give us, both in life and in death? Give specific examples. According to Bryant, how should we approach death? I need help
  66. English

    What is the theme of the poem Home for the Aged? Home For the Aged by Elizabeth Brewster: The old men sit, five of them on a bench, Half sleeping, half awake, dazed by the sun, In the muted afternoon, between one broadcast ball game and the next Their
  67. English

    Can you check how I rephrased the poem "Leisure" by Davies? Thanks 1) The poet meditates upon the meaning of life and says that we (full of care?) don’t have time to admire the beauty of nature. 2) In particular, we don’t have time to stand under the
  68. English

    I need help paraphrasing this poem? If thou wilt mighty be, flee from the rage Of cruel will, and see thou keep thee free From the foul yoke of sensual bondage; For though thy Empire stretch to Indian sea And for thy fear trembleth the farthest Thylee, If
  69. Poetry

    What is a good definition of a prose poem without using the words prose? http://www.answers.com/prose%20poem You could use a definition like this, and then substitute the following in place of the word "prose" -- unrhymed, unmetered writing =) so prose
  70. English.....

    The following passage is taken from an article by a contemporary poet about Clement Clarke Moore, the nineteenth-century writer best known as the author of “A Visit From Saint Nicholas.”      If he wasn’t a myth maker himself, at least Clement
  71. French

    What are some french adjectives that end in ant? I'm trying to make a french poem and need words to fit in the blanks: 1. Quand la vie est une fleur Chaque jour est ______ 2. Quand la vie est un livre Chaque jour est ______ 3. Quand la vie est une
  72. English

    i need help with poem "Is my team plowing, That I was used to drive And hear the harness jingle When I was man alive?" Ay, the horses trample, The harness jingles now; No change though you lie under The land you used to plow. "Is football playing Along the
  73. English

    is this poem good for my poetry class? All I Want is Us When nothing else remains, I want to know if you’ll stand by my side. If you’ll be the light of my path when the sun shuts down. I want to know if you’ll mend my soul and patch up my bleeding
  74. English

    is this poem good for my poetry class? All I Want is Us When nothing else remains, I want to know if you’ll stand by my side. If you’ll be the light of my path when the sun shuts down. I want to know if you’ll mend my soul and patch up my bleeding
  75. Scholarship money

    Does anyone know a good website where I can compete for a scholarship(NOT a college one)? Like a site where you have to write a poem or an essay or do something like that where a load of kids compete for a scholarship? I have to tell you frankly, most
  76. Language Arts

    1 It shall flash through coming ages, 2 It shall light the distant years; 3 And eyes now dim with sorrow 4 Shall be brighter through their tears. 5 It shall flush the mountain ranges, 6 And the valleys shall grow bright; 7 It shall bathe the hills in
  77. english

    Can you please see if my corrections are ok? Thank you very much for helping me. 1) Refer then to the point of view from which a narration (instead of narrative story) can be told and the types of characters involved. 2) What message of nature does Davies
  78. Literature (Writeacher)

    These questions regard "The Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell, which is available to read upon the internet. 1. (a) Why happens at the end of the story? (b) In the last scene of the story, why does Rainsford say "I am still a beast at bay"? 2. How do you
  79. English

    10.) "Glory be to God for dappled things-/For skies of couple-color as a brinded cow..." Which of these best describes this excerpt from Gerard Manley Hopkins's "Pied Beauty"? A.) It is an example of sprung rhythm. B.) It is an example of iambic
  80. Literature

    What are some of the poetic devices used in this poem by Gladys Cardiff? -diction -end-stopped -lyric -symbol -syntax Bending, I bow my head And lay my hand upon Her hair, combing, and think How women do this for Each other. My daughter's hair Curls
  81. English

    My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun Coral is far more red than her lips' red; If snow be white, why then her breasts are dun; If hairs be wires, black wires grow on her head. I have seen roses damask, red and white, But no such roses see I in her
  82. English

    1. How is paraphrasing different from summarizing? A.) Paraphrasing uses quotation marks B.) Paraphrasing only contains the most important details C.) Paraphrasing expresses the same concept with different wording I think it is B or C..? 2. You are writing
  83. english

    The Dying Christian to His Soul Ron Pope Vital spark of heav'nly flame! Quit, O quit this mortal frame: Trembling, hoping, ling'ring, flying, O the pain, the bliss of dying! Cease, fond Nature, cease thy strife, And let me languish into life.
  84. Language Arts

    Concreate Mixers The poem: The drivers are washing the concreate mixers; Like elephant tenders they hose them down. Tough gray-skinned monsters standing ponderous, Elephant-bellied and elephant-nosed, Standing in muck up to their wheel-caps, Like rows of
  85. eNGLISH

    this is being graded along with this poem (I KNOW IT'S LONG BUT DON'T BE SCARED TO READ IT. I NEED THE COMMENTS): When nothing else remains, I want to know if you’ll stand by my side. If you’ll be the light of my path when the sun shuts down. I want to
  86. English

    his is being graded along with this poem (I KNOW IT'S LONG BUT DON'T BE SCARED TO READ IT. I NEED THE COMMENTS): When nothing else remains, I want to know if you’ll stand by my side. If you’ll be the light of my path when the sun shuts down. I want to
  87. english

    hi what does the alliteration in the first line of this poem represent In The Gallery Here neither nymph nor naiad ever bathed nor Saint refreshed herself in pristine water, here, in The Gallery, between Tie Rack, Camera Shop, B. Dalton, Radio Shack, Dad's
  88. english

    hi can someone pleases help me analyze this poem. I need a lot of help In The Gallery Here neither nymph nor naiad ever bathed nor Saint refreshed herself in pristine water, here, in The Gallery, between Tie Rack, Camera Shop, B. Dalton, Radio Shack, Dad's
  89. English

    The children noisily entered the classroom as usual after their lunch break. One little girl approached the whiteboard and posted a post-it note on it. Written on the note was a complaint she had from lunch. The teacher read the note and she signaled me to
  90. english

    MUSICIANS wrestle everywhere: All day, among the crowded air, I hear the silver strife; And—waking long before the dawn— Such transport breaks upon the town5 I think it that “new life!" It is not bird, it has no nest; Nor band, in brass and scarlet
  91. Find the Meaning

    One way to understand something is to put it in your own words. Try expressing in your own words what Robert Frost is saying in this short peom. Its titile refers to the constellation of stars called Canis Major, or the Big Dog. CANIS MAJOR The great
  92. Intro and conclusion

    Hi! I wrote in here a few days ago about my thesis. I was wondering if I could get some feedback on my intro and conclusion. I think Im just about done with my essay, with the exception of these two portions. Thanks! Intro: The riddles in A Feast of
  93. English

    his is being graded along with this poem (I KNOW IT'S LONG BUT DON'T BE SCARED TO READ IT. I NEED THE COMMENTS): When nothing else remains, I want to know if you’ll stand by my side. If you’ll be the light of my path when the sun shuts down. I want to
  94. English

    1. Read the following passage from "Another Evening at the Club." Putting the ring away in his pocket, he bent over her and with both hands gently patted her on the cheeks. It was a gesture she had long become use to, A gesture that promised her continued
  95. English

    I PUT THIS UP AND NO ONE HELPED:( what are the literary elements in my poem? i just wrote it i didn't think about that and now i need to find some but all i can see is alliteration. PLEASE HELP All I Want is Us When nothing else remains, I want to know if
  96. English

    i read this poem again and simile be that duck call for her mate but wind blow his answer away and leave her lonely on beach? The Lonely Land by A.J.M. Smith Cedar and jagged fir uplift sharp barbs against the gray and cloud-piled sky; and in the bay blown
  97. Literature - HELP!

    Identify the auditor, rhyme scheme, metrical feet, unstressed/stressed syllables and the type of poem it may be. Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night by Dylan Thomas Do not go gentle into that good night, old age should burn and rave at close of day;
  98. child development(am i correct)

    Choose four of the emotional characteristics described on p. 375 of the text. For each of the chosen characteristics, identify what you believe is a healthy and appropriate emotional response for a child in infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, and
  99. English 2nd post (Can someone please check my work

    1. Read the following passage from "Another Evening at the Club." Putting the ring away in his pocket, he bent over her and with both hands gently patted her on the cheeks. It was a gesture she had long become use to, A gesture that promised her continued
  100. U.S History

    1.Use the passage to answer the following question: So through the night rode Paul Revere; And so through the night went his cry of alarm To every Middlesex village and farm, A cry of defiance, and not of fear, A voice in the darkness, a knock at the door,

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