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Emily S.
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Subject: Writing

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You will demonstrate what is wrong with each short essay. You will have time to assess the short essay. As well as the narration of this short story, there is also character, in which Hemminway uses to show the intimate and intense communication between the people in his short story. There are only three characters in the story. There's a girl, the female protagonist, who is conveniently addressed as a girl throughout the story, except for once when she is called Jig. Then there’s the American man who plays the male protagonist, and there’s also the bartender, who is betrayed as a woman that only speaks spanish. Through the short story the American man is seen as the authoritative figure, ordering the drinks and seeming to almost forcefully ensure that having an abortion is going to be okay . While Jig, who was referred to as a girl the entire time is seen timid,unsure of herself and also naive for putting the man in front of her own needs and desires.

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Answer:

While the answers are subjective when editing a paper, this answer will focus on condensing word choices, fixing grammatical errors, and rephrasing sentences. Here is my correction: Hemmingway uses character to show the intimate and intense communication between the people in his short story. The female protagonist, Jig, and the American male protagonist don't say much to each other throughout the short story. Instead, Hemingway uses actions and body language to convey the real conversation between him and Jig. The American man is seen as the authoritative figure as he orders the drinks and forcefully ensures an abortion is going to be okay unconcerned with Jig's feelings. Jig is seen as timid, unsure of herself, and also naive for putting the man in front of her own needs and desires.

Subject: Shakespeare

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In Hamlet, what is the meaning of the ghost Hamlet sees?

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Answer:

Hamlet's ghost is a psychological breakdown he endures while outside the palace walls with two guardsmen. While the guardsmen didn't see the ghost Hamlet claimed he saw strengthens the discourse that Hamlet was having a psychological breakdown on the death of his father. Using Freud's psychoanalytic theory, Hamlet's suppression of the death of his father is what brings the ghost out (his guilty conscience) and brings forth the Oedipus Complex to his mother with who he engaged in sexual conduct in the play.

Subject: Literature

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In George Orwell's Animal Farm, how does the song by Minimus which replaces Old Major's “Beasts of England” better serve the ends of Napoleon?

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Answer:

Old Major's song "Beasts of England" is a threat to Napoleon's dictatorship on Animal Farm. It is a song of aspiration and rebellion for all animals to be free. However, Minimus's song is about loyalty and responsibility to defend the status quo (existing political affairs). This song supports Napoleon's dictatorship as he continues to rule Animal Farm.

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