Ask a question
Can't find the answer? Try online tutoring
We have the UK’s best selection of online tutors, when and for how long you need them.
Getting 1-on-1 support is cheaper than you might think.
This isn't specific to English lit. but does anyone know any real life examples of the voice coach in the film, 'The King's Speech'?
What is a poems structure and form, Also what is the difference between a sonnet, haiku, and a free verse ?
GCSE or A level. Remember to quote from the text you are studying, and give detailed explanation. No more than 500-1000 words
Directions: Underline the fallacy(ies) that you see, list the name(s), list a definition from the text, and then explain why you see this as fallacious by explaining how your underlined section fits with the definition from the fallacy text. Fallacy Terms 1-9: Amphiboly, Hypostatization, Equivocation, Division, Composition, Sweeping and Hasty Generalization, Bifurcation, Accent 1. Now, it ultimately is going to be up to the voters, to you, which path we should take. Are we going to double down on the top-down economic policies for the rich that helped to get us into this mess, or do we embrace a new economic patriotism that says: America does best when the middle class does best? Fallacy Name(s): ___________________________ Definition from the fallacy text: Explain with clarity – in the form of several lines – how the section you underlined illustrates the fallacy:
I'm preparing for a Controlled Assessment and I have to write 2000 words on how the characters in Dr Jekyll and Macbeth change in the two texts.
I have split the 2000 words into sections and I have decided to write 500 words on each Macbeth and Dr Jekyll but I can't seem to write any more that 300 words on each book.play. Help !!
Im preparing a controlled assessment and I have to compare Macbeth with 2 other poets. I've chosen Education for leisure by Carol Ann Duffy and Porphyria's Lover by Robert Browning. I need to discuss the similarities and differences between the disturbed characters, the methods the poet uses to present the disturbance and how the context is relevant to the presentation of disturbance.
Some help/advice would be much appreciated :)