1.) In "The Fall of the House of Usher," we learn little about why the narrator visits
Roderick Usher, why they were "boon companions" years before, why Usher and his
sister live in such a dismal structure, and why Roderick and the narrator do no
Novel: The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains by Mary Noailles Murfree.
Choose a character from the novel. Explain what makes that character uniquely American.
The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains by Mary Noailles Murfree (Charles Egbert
In Shakespare's play "King lear", what's the relationship between Kent and Lear
In Shakespeares play King Lear, the relationship between Kent and Lear is that of a
loyalist. Kent in this play is a compelling character who shows his faithfulness to Lear de
Why automatic signals are used on the railways?
With the ever increasing speeds of the trains and the continued development of the tracks
it become necessary to have the system of distant signals, both day and night, which could give a
guarantee of safety