Referring to "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas," why would a person you love walk away just so quickly?Isn’t it that hard to let them go?

Referring to "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas," why would a person you love walk away just so quickly?Isn’t it that hard to let them go?

Referring to "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas," why would a person you love walk away just so quickly?Isn’t it that hard to let them go?

Referring to "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas," why would a person you love walk away just so quickly?Isn’t it that hard to let them go?

If this question is geared towards LeGuin’s short story, there is much here that strikes at its very essence.  LeGuin constructs her narrative into two parts.  Both are connected to one another, but there are real questions as to how the first can allow the second to exist.  It is in this vein that I see your question emerge.  The idea of how one can let someone go in order to become the child locked in the dungeon is an important one.  Reflect for a moment as to its implications.  This child is locked away and is the reason why the people of Omelas can enjoy their lives.  While there is prosperity, joy, elation, and a sense of satisfaction in consciousness, this child remains in the basement, the sole reason for all of this joy that they cannot experience.  Certainly, there were parents for this child and a natural question present in examining the child’s predicament is where are those child’s parents?  Will that child ever experience the love so flagrantly denied?  LeGuin suggests that even if the child were to be reclaimed, its entire life is one of despondency and there could not a full reckoning of the change involved.  The second aspect of the question might be aimed to those who walk away from Omelas.  Upon seeing the condition of the child, there are individuals who simply must walk away from such an existence.  The emergence of guilt becomes too much to bear, according to LeGuin.  Remember that the one absent condition of Omelas is guilt, and upon its emergence, distance from Omelas is evident.  There must be a great deal of difficulty to let someone leave under such circumstances, yet I think that this is where one has to balance the ability for someone to live a life that has some level of happiness as opposed to allowing them to remain in Omleas, fundamentally miserable at knowing their happiness is contingent on the abuse and suffering of this child.  It is because of this that there is so much emotional ambiguity in LeGuin’s work, causing us to recognize that the pain that lies at the heart of modern consciousness is the pain of being pitted between equally painful ends with no respite from such a condition.
Referring to "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas," why would a person you love walk away just so quickly?Isn’t it that hard to let them go?

Alexander Hamilton once called the national judiciary "the least dangerous branch." Was he correct?

Alexander Hamilton once called the national judiciary "the least dangerous branch." Was he correct?

Alexander Hamilton once called the national judiciary "the least dangerous branch." Was he correct?

Alexander Hamilton once called the national judiciary "the least dangerous branch." Was he correct?

I think that Hamilton is correct in his assertion.  The primary function of the judicial is to interpret the Constitutionality of laws and actions of the legislative and executive branch.  In this respect, its power is limited to being a strong response to the other two.  It does not have the explicit powers of being able to initiate anything, and in this respect, it represents the least amount of danger because it is not going to do anything that will plunge the nation into peril.  At its worst, it is going to interpret the Constitution, which cannot be considered dangerous because this is the essence of American jurisprudence and the “supreme law of the land.”
Alexander Hamilton once called the national judiciary "the least dangerous branch." Was he correct?

How does Nick finally explain the charm of Daisy’s voice in The Great Gatsby? In what sense, then, is Daisy connected to His Father’s business,…

How does Nick finally explain the charm of Daisy’s voice in The Great Gatsby? In what sense, then, is Daisy connected to “His Father’s business,…

Nick expresses the notion that the charm of Daisy’s voice is derived from the fact that she is incredibly wealthy. Her voice is “full of money,” says Jay Gatsby. It is in this moment that Nick realizes that Daisy’s attraction and Gatsby’s fascination with her have their roots in the fact that she comes from a wealthy background and has married into wealth. Symbolically then, her voice has the ring of “a king’s daughter.”

She is “the golden girl,” “high in a white palace.”The implication is that Daisy is no ordinary girl. She is special and far removed from the common and mundane. Money makes her grand and different. It is money which makes her almost unattainable, like the fabled princess who lives in a high tower. She is “golden” because she is precious and she is a “girl” because her attraction lies in the fact that she exudes a vitality commonly found in those who are not burdened by financial constraints, who can exercise almost their every whim.

To Jay Gatsby, then, Daisy becomes the object of his romantic ideal: the fairy princess, and he, her prince charming. Only, Jay has to work hard to attain a position to be worthy of her and it is because of this that he had to go about his “Father’s business.” Jay’s “adopted” father, Dan Cody, had introduced him to wealth and its power. Dan Cody was in the business of money and for Jay to realize his dream, he has to attain wealth, and this is exactly what he does. In the process, he changes his name from the ordinary and insignificant James Gatz to the pretentious but more memorable Jay Gatsby.

The “service” that Jay has to offer is his commitment to obtain vast wealth, relish the vulgarity of it and become its servant. His relationship with wealth leads to his audacious, over-the-top parties, his friendship with characters from the underworld (Meyer Wolfshiem et al) and fleeting associations with vulgar, pretentious individuals.

Wealth’s beauty is “meretricious” – it is deceptive and paints a false image, it is a lie, just as Jay Gatsby’s wealth is a lie, for he obtains it through criminal means. However, obtaining this wealth is what Jay Gatsby felt compelled to do to, once again, be with Daisy. He tragically discovers that his dream could never be, for Daisy tells him that he “asks too much.”In the end, James Gatz dies alone, forsaken and abandoned.

How Does Nick Finally Explain the Charm of Daisy’s Voice?

It took me forever to figure out how Nick finally explained the charm of Daisy’s voice. I guess that she had to be the first one in the family to give him an idea for a gift, and he started his research there.

It was funny because I didn’t even realize that Nick had been looking for a gift, but it was Nick, who knew exactly where to find what he was looking for and he had the time to search for what he wanted. We were visiting Nick’s mom, for sure, but I didn’t even realize she was at home until I went to bed. When I woke up, I found her there.

Of course, her search for a gift would be a way to test how her daughter Daisy’s voice sounded. She would be the one to get the gift and then the words that she said as she was speaking would be shown on the screen so that the gift would become apparent.

Why is it important to know about the voice? Well, for one thing, it seems that every time that Nick hears his own daughter speaking to him, it sounds completely different than when he has another friend or relative to speak to him. It could be that each individual person influences how Nick speaks, and this might have an effect on the way he learns language. There is also a possibility that there might be an effect of genetics, which is something that a lot of people would like to think about.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have someone teach you how to speak like a robot? And if you were lucky enough to find someone who could do it for you, wouldn’t you want the results to be perfect? Wouldn’t you want the next time that you were trying to speak like a robot, it would be as good as when you started? As it turns out, that is exactly what Nick was searching for.

After that, Nick began to discover how a robotic robot that mimics speech works. And it became apparent to him that it wasn’t impossible to create such a thing.

Learning how to mimic someone else’s voice is not that difficult if you already know how they speak and how their voice falls in certain tones. It could be that your mother’s voice is good for the imitation, because it is, well, familiar.

You can find great examples of how to imitate someone else’s voice online. I’m sure that Nick has found quite a few sites that teach how to imitate someone, but I think that the many examples that he found online would help him learn how to imitate Daisy’s voice, too.

Daisy’s voice can be heard during the animated movie “The Secret Life of Pets.” It might seem a little strange that such a simple message about pets could be the end of her story, but it just goes to show that people’s minds can be changed for the better if you are willing to find out how to do it.

Finding out how to make a robotic voice is only one part of how to learn how to speak like a robot. The other part is how to perform a sentence without having to speak the words. That way, you can copy a person’s voice without ever saying anything.

How does Nick finally explain the charm of Daisy’s voice? He found out about his project in the first place by trial and error. With the help of his mother, he learned how to do it, and his project worked, so he figured that it was worth further investigation.

Daisy’s voice is amazing, but I feel that it is just one example of the many things that you can learn how to do. in order to improve your speaking skills.

Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare

Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare

Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare

Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare

This line you are quoting is from the play “As You Like It.”  It comes from Act II, Scene 4.  What Touchstone is saying here is that people who are in love act really stupidly.  That is what he means by “strange capers” — he uses that phrase to mean something like “stupid things.”  So when he says “We that are true lovers run into strange capers” he means that people who are truly in love do stupid things.Touchstone does not really see himself as a “true lover.”  He is just saying that to make fun of people who do think they are like that.
Why in thisquote we as true lovers run into strangecapers he says run into strange capers.i am in sixth grade but study shakespeare

Why is Viginia Woolfe’s To the Lighthouse considered a modern text?

Why is Viginia Woolfe’s To the Lighthouse considered a modern text?

Why is Viginia Woolfe’s To the Lighthouse considered a modern text?

Why is Viginia Woolfe’s To the Lighthouse considered a modern text?

Virginia Woolfe’s To the Lighthouse (1927) is a particularly modern work of fiction because of its structure, its treatment of time, and its development of character. Rather than following the traditional, linear structure of 19th-c. novels (this happens, and then this happens, and then this happens), “To the Lighthouse” follows the thoughts of its main character. Its movement is psychological, stream of consciousness rather than chronological. Time is also radically condensed–much of the story takes place on a single afternoon–a lack of movement that would have struck earlier writers are stagnant and illogical.  Finally, the novel’s emphasis on psychological development shows the influence of such modernist writers are Freud and Jung.
Why is Viginia Woolfe’s To the Lighthouse considered a modern text?

Analyze the language in the paragraph. How does the language create a dreamlike world?"But his herat was in a constant, turbulent riot. The most…

Analyze the language in the paragraph. How does the language create a dreamlike world?"But his herat was in a constant, turbulent riot. The most…

Analyze the language in the paragraph. How does the language create a dreamlike world?"But his herat was in a constant, turbulent riot. The most…

Analyze the language in the paragraph. How does the language create a dreamlike world?"But his herat was in a constant, turbulent riot. The most…

In this passage from The Great Gatsby, the diction, or word choice, and the content itself create a dream-like world.The writer reveals Gatsby’s thoughts as a “constant, turbulent riot”–irrational, rather than rational.  “Grotesque and fantastic conceits haunted him in his bed at night”–grotesque and fantastic situations and stories run through his mind.  The “moon soaked with wet light his tangled clothes upon the floor”–“wet” light is a description one would not think of if fully conscious.  Gatsby’s thoughts are of “fancies.”Other words contribute to the dream-like state as well:  drowsiness, oblivious, reveries, imagination, unreality, and “fairy’s wing.”  The effect is certainly surreal and dream-like.Incidentally, the writer here depicts a moment that the romantic poets considered to be the most creative moment a human mind experiences:  the moment between waking and sleeping.  The idea is that rational constraints are inactive at this moment, but full unconsciousness has not yet set in.
Analyze the language in the paragraph. How does the language create a dreamlike world?"But his herat was in a constant, turbulent riot. The most…

Please describe the February revolution & October revolution of Russia.

Please describe the February revolution & October revolution of Russia.

Please describe the February revolution & October revolution of Russia.

Please describe the February revolution & October revolution of Russia.

Between them, the February and October Revolutions in Russia destroyed the Tsarist regime of the Romanov family and then started a civil war that ended with the Bolshevik communists controlling the country.  These revolutions both happened in 1917.The February Revolution was the one that toppled the Tsar and his government.  The Tsar’s government was replaced by a relatively democratic government.By October, the Bolsheviks had decided to rebel against the democratic government that was headed by Alexander Kerensky.  They took over the capital of Russia (Petrograd in those days).  This set off a long civil war.Although the communist government was not recognized in all of Russia right away, people usually date the creation of the Soviet Union to the October Revolution.
Please describe the February revolution & October revolution of Russia.

Use ‘Cloning’ as an example of ascientific development and indicate briefly what the moral and ethical issues raised are?

Use ‘Cloning’ as an example of ascientific development and indicate briefly what the moral and ethical issues raised are?

Use ‘Cloning’ as an example of ascientific development and indicate briefly what the moral and ethical issues raised are?

Use ‘Cloning’ as an example of ascientific development and indicate briefly what the moral and ethical issues raised are?

The main issue here is whether or not man has the right to create life. There are many questions to ponder when thinking about cloning. For example, cloning could lead to breakthroughs in science regarding cures for diseases like cancer. But on the other hand, cloning is experimental. Do we have the right to terminate the life of a clone if it is not developing correctly? And what happens to these clones?From a religious standpoint, many would ask if a clone has a soul or whether or not it is even right to create life (or destroy it once is was created).
Use ‘Cloning’ as an example of ascientific development and indicate briefly what the moral and ethical issues raised are?

Describe the’Race Relations Act 1976′ and give a simple example of what a student working with IT in a school/college should look out for?

Describe the’Race Relations Act 1976′ and give a simple example of what a student working with IT in a school/college should look out for?

Describe the’Race Relations Act 1976′ and give a simple example of what a student working with IT in a school/college should look out for?

Describe the’Race Relations Act 1976′ and give a simple example of what a student working with IT in a school/college should look out for?

The RRA of 1976 has been ratified and amended several times. It is basically the equivalent of the American Bill of Rights, and the EEO. The difference is that this was produced in the UK by the Parliament in order to safeguard the rights of people of diverse cultures by ensuring that none of them will ever suffer discrimination in terms of gender, religion, ethnicity, color, race, or orientation.Before May 31st, 2002, the commission made specific amendments directly involving schools, student bodies, and the likes (such as , in your case, collegiates going for IT degrees). The specific words of the amendment are:It is unlawful to discriminate in employment or training on grounds of religion or belief:(2) Such a body shall,(a) maintain a copy of the statement, and(b) fulfill those duties in accordance with such arrangements.(4) It shall be the duty of [such] a body to(a) assess the impact of its policies, including its race equalitypolicy, on students and staff of different racial groups;(b) monitor, by reference to those racial groups, the admission and progressof students and the recruitment and career progress of staff; and(c) include in its written statement of its race equality policy an indication ofits arrangements for publishing that statement and the results of itsassessment and monitoring under sub-paragraphs (a) and (b).(5) Such a body shall take such steps as are reasonably practicable to publish annually the results of its monitoring under this article.Concisely, students should be alert on whether they are denied participation in academic organizations, financial aid, systems support, student governance, servant leadership, volunteer opportunities, internships, changes in student schedule or anthything that would jeopardize the success of the student.Similarly, a system should be in place where an organized group of students representing the Race Relations Act is available to file grievances and make motions to the student body. It is a system of negotiation which should remain active and passively consistent.
Describe the’Race Relations Act 1976′ and give a simple example of what a student working with IT in a school/college should look out for?