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Tutor profile: Felicia W.

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Felicia W.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

When writing a short story is it better to write in passive or active voice and why?

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Felicia W.
Answer:

It is better to write in active voice because active voice is the voice you use to show action. Action is what keeps your readers reading so you want to use it as much as possible.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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The library bill of rights guarantees readers what?

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The library bill of rights guarantees readers access to materials that interest them, are uncensored and unbiased, as well as spaces as needed for programming and public interest events.

Subject: English

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Which of the eight male hero archetypes does the character of Hamlet from William Shakespeare's play of the same name fit mostly under?

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Answer:

Hamlet from the plat "Hamlet" most closely resembles the male hero archetype of "The LOST sSoul." Hamlet is very closed off and secretive. He also acts as an outcast and loner, and is very vulnerable which are all characteristics of the lost soul archetype.

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