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Tutor profile: Kristin H.

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Kristin H.
Librarian, Girls Who Code Facilitator, English and Literacy Tutor, & STEM Instructor
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Subject: Library and Information Science

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When paraphrasing a source in a research paper, do you need to cite the source?

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Kristin H.
Answer:

Yes. Sources should always be cited, even when paraphrasing the source in your own words.

Subject: Literature

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What does the tempest symbolize in Shakespeare's play, "The Tempest"?

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Answer:

The tempest symbolizes the suffering of the character Prospero; both the suffering he has experienced and the suffering he wishes to inflict on others. The tempest also represents the frightening power of his magic.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between a metaphor and a simile?

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Both metaphors and similes are used for comparison. Metaphors are direct comparisons while similes used works such as "like" or "as" to compare two things.

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