Which excerpt from Silent Spring best appeals to readers’ pathos? So it had been from the days many years ago when the first settlers raised their houses, sank their wells, and built their barns. The town lay in the midst of a checkerboard of prosperous farms, with fields of grain and hillsides of orchards where, in spring, white clouds of bloom drifted above the green fields. In autumn, oak and maple and birch set up a blaze of color that flamed and flickered across a backdrop of pines. The countryside was, in fact, famous for the abundance and variety of its bird life, and when the flood of migrants was pouring through in spring and fall people traveled from great distances to observe them. Yet every one of these disasters has actually happened somewhere, and many real communities have already suffered a substantial number of them. A grim specter has crept upon us almost unnoticed, and this imagined tragedy may easily become a stark reality we all shall know.
Yet every one of these disasters has actually happened somewhere, and many real communities have already suffered a substantial number of them. A grim specter has crept upon us almost unnoticed, and this imagined tragedy may easily become a stark reality we all shall know.
According to "Introduction to Cultural Rebellion: Mid-Twentieth-Century Voices," which statement best reflects one difference between postwar science fiction writers and writers of the beat generation? Postwar science fiction authors wrote to encourage society to prepare for nuclear war, while beat generation authors wrote to protest the Vietnam War.
Postwar science fiction authors wrote to condemn the cultural ideal of the era, while beat generation authors wrote to satirize the cultural ideal of the era.
Postwar science fiction authors wrote to warn society of the potential results of its values, while beat generation authors wrote to reject society’s values.
Postwar science fiction authors wrote to celebrate technological advances, while beat generation authors wrote to embrace simple living and nature.
Postwar science fiction stories and books were questioning the thought and culture during the Cold War. The stories were discussing how individual identity meets with the moral, political and social issues of the period. Set in near future, in dystopia or in technologically advanced world, the authors tried to make people think about the realities of possible threats and dangers of a society.
In comparison with that, beat generation of the postwar era was not about the preservation or quest of the societal values. By introducing alternatives, such as sexual liberation, psychedelic drugs and spiritual quest the authors were rejecting values.
The correct answer is the third option
What is a good budget for eating out during the holidays ?
This really depends on what restaurants you go to and how often you go.
If you are going to expensive restaurants and consistently, stick to about $90-$140.
If you are going to cheap restaurants and consistently, stick to about $50-$120.
If you have more people, cut the budget, if you have fewer people expand the budget.
Have fun and make memories!
How is the underlined pronoun used in the sentence? A while ago, he gave (me) a rookie basketball card as a birthday gift.
object of preposition
What is the simile in owls eyes were glowing golden jewels that gazed down at the farmer?
In the poem To her father with some verses, what is "this simple mite" she offers her father as payment?
The poem "To Her Father With Some Verses" was witten by the poet Anne Badstreet , and since she was a religious and very devoted person, some biblical themes were bound to appear in her writing. The line "this simple mite" is a reference to the verse Mark 12:42, that tells about a poor widow who donated two mites (the smallest of Greek coins), which was all her living. The poet wants to pay her father back for all she had received from him, by offering her whole life in gratitude.
Consider this theme:Too much power can be dangerous.Which excerpt from Frankenstein best supports this theme? A."I was benevolent and good; misery made me a fiend. Make me happy, and I shall again be virtuous." B."I have good dispositions; my life had been hitherto harmless, and, in some degree, beneficial; but a fatal prejudice clouds [people's] eyes, and where they ought to see a feeling and kind friend, they behold only a detestable monster." C."Cursed be the day, abhorred devil, in which you first saw light! Cursed (although I curse myself) be the hands that formed you! You have made me wretched beyond expression." D.I knew well, therefore, what would be my father's feelings; but I could not tear my thoughts from my employment.
In "Frankenstein", by Mary Shelley, the theme that too much power can be dangerous is supported by option C. "Cursed be the day, abhorred devil, in which you first saw light! Cursed (although I curse myself) be the hands that formed you! You have made me wretched beyond expression."
In the novel, Victor's constant and secret studies, that isolate him, make him forget the responsibilities of an ordinary human being. He is the creator of the monster, and because of this power, he is miserable. Too much power can be dangerous.
what is a similar quote for Romeo and Juliet "my bounty is as boundless as the sea . My love as deep , the more i give to thee , the more i have , for both are infinite "
The___ is often the main source of conflict in a story. A. Round character
B. Flat character
In the story, the antagonist is often the main source of conflict. Thus, option C is correct.What are the characters of the story?
A character in the story can be anything including person, animal, being, creature. To make story move along plot line, and to perform actions and dialogues, characters are used.
Characters can be major or minor. The major characters include:
Therefore option C is correct.
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