walt whitman, nathaniel hawthorne, and emily dickinson are examples of the spirit of transcendentalism that can be seen continuing into the 20th century.
here are some examples of ambiguous statements: i'll be home in a while. they were somehow related. he would like to eat less.
an allegory is a narrative having a second meaning beneath the surface one - a story with two meanings, a literal meaning and a symbolic meaning. examples of allegories are the fairie queen by edmund spenser, pilgrim's progress by john bunyan and young goodman brown by nathaniel hawthorne
simile, metaphore, symbolism, ambiguity, paradox, irony and hyperbole
role ambiguity - norms for a specific position are vague, unclear and ill-defined. actors disagree on role expectations, not because there is role conflict but because role expectations are unclear. examples: job descriptions, clinical objectives.
both are male american authors writing in the romantic era in the new england region of america. their main difference is stylistic: irving specialized in shorter stories about the supernatural or otherwise odd - take "the legend of sleepy hollow" or "rip van winkle" for examples. however, hawthorne writes fairly realistically and tends to stay away from the supernatural, as evidenced by his most well-known novel, the scarlet letter.
could be something about not being specific, may not be though. i'd check that famous reference book. ambidexterous=either of two hands=the person can use either hand to write. ambiguity= am bi =either of two (gui-don't know the root probably something like choices or objects or meanings) ty=noun ous=full of, changes it to an adjective i'm sick of all this ambiguious ambiguity
no - cabinet ministers are members of parliament that hold significant office within government. examples of cabinet ministers in britain are the foreign secretary and chancellor of the exchequer. mps (members of parliament) are elected, and can become members of the cabinet. however they are not necessarily cabinet ministers. mps that hold no cabinet position are often referred to as "back-benchers", which refers to their position in the house of commons (hence not on the front bench, of either the ruling party of the opposition).
edgar allen poe's "the raven" see also: hawthorne, wordsworth, coleridge, byron, shelley, and keats for more examples...just for starters.
act against unfair rulers
polymeter can convey ambiguity. low notes can be thought as warm colors and high notes as cool colors. musical rhythm can conotate an array of emotions depending on the composition.
people can mean a singular as well as a plural. i can give you two examples:1) there were many people on the street.obviously refers to plural.2) the governor spoke to a people of ministers at the assembly.here it is singular since its a collective noun. i am referring to an assembly of ministers
examples of ambiguity in of mice and men: george shouting at lennie about the ketchup, george telling us how he wants to get away from lennie and just spend his money in a cat house etc, curley's wife, and how she doesn't have a voice really, and that she is treated as being more of an object than anything else, and also how she i presented as being a tart in the book towards the men, and saying how she is jail bait etc, yet we know she is just a young girl who wants to be no longer lonely. i had this question for my coursework, i hated it.
some famous short stories written in english are:the lottery - shirley jacksonyoung goodman brown - nathaniel hawthornethe destructors - graham greenethe secret sharer - joseph conradstory of an hour - kate chopinsilent snow, secret snow - conrad aikenthe red pony - john steinbecknightfall - isaac asimovthe tell-tale heart - edgar allan poerip van winkle - washington irving
xavier university of louisiana has a wide variety of notable alumni. examples include alexis herman, emmitt douglas, marino casem, and nathaniel clifton.
anti-transcendentalism was a literary movement that essentially consisted of three writers: nathaniel hawthorne, edgar allan poe, and herman melville. hawthorne and melville were the most prolific in the genre, though all these men are easily some of the greatest fiction writers of their time. in opposition to the transcendentalists, their work focused on the limitations and destructiveness of the human spirit. whereas transcendentalists believed that truth and happiness could be found though human feelings, intuition, and spirit, anti-transcendentalists believed that, at their cores, humans were generally evil, bitter, and sinful beings. some examples of anti-transcendentalist works include: the scarlet letter, the house of the seven gables, and the marble faun, the raven, moby-dick, and the fall of the house of usher.
all us officials must take an oath before taking office. presidents and prime ministers are examples of officials who may have to take an oath of office.
some famous union generals include george custer, joshua chamberlain, and george meade. other examples include nathaniel banks and ulysses s. grant. the american civil war was fought from 1860 to 1865.
any human effort exerted during production is considered a human resource. the effort can be either physical or intellectual assembly-line workers, ministers, and store clerks all are human resources.
hawthorne employed many literary elements into the scarlet letter. on almost every page you can find one. two common examples are: "he now dug into the poor clergyman's heart, like a miner searching for gold; or, rather, like a sexton delving into a grave, possibly in quest of a jewel that had been buried on the dead man's bosom, but likely to find nothing save mortality and corruption" (hawthorne 117). - simile "we have as yet hardly spoken of the infant; that little creature, whose innocent life had sprung, by the inscrutable decree of providence, a lovely and immortal flower, out of the rank luxuriance of a guilty passion" (hawthorne 81). - metaphor
there are many places named after british prime ministers. pittsburgh, melbourne and sydney are a few examples - though obviously not the capital of their countries. wellington, the capital of new zealand was named after the duke of wellington, arthur wellesley who was prime minister from 1828 to 1830.
i would cite the works of hemingway, steinbeck, twain, stowe, hawthorne, irving, and thoreau as prime examples of american classics. especially the old man and the sea, of mice and men, grapes of wrath, huckleberry finn, uncle tom's cabin, the scarlet letter, legend of sleepy hallow, and walden.
hawthorne"s house of the seven gables, most of the fictional works of poe, etc. it was a buzzword for(horror) in the nineteenth century, by extension some of the (shadow) radio dramas had overtones of gothic plot lines but modernized with science fictional tones such as mad scientists. yes, frankenstein-mary shelley version is considered gothic.
when referring to it as a "literary collection," yes. when referring to it as a teaching, no. examples:"i'm reading the new testament.""who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life." (2 corinthians 3:6, kjv)
give me examples of inventors