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Asked by Jewel

In the Tempest how is Miranda presented in this quotation “alas, pray you / work not so hard… I’ll bear your logs”

At this point Miranda is deeply in love with Ferdinand, and the sight of him doing something so menial as carrying logs, genuinely upsets her. She is generally portrayed as a gentle character, with a lot of compassion. This is sometimes presented as her being meek, but there are times in the play she shows strength and forthrightness. Such as when she proposes to him later in the play.

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Romeo montague in act 1

In what context Myeshim? His character at the beginning? We can see that he is passionate from the beginning as he is pining for Rosaline, though it is a more heady infatuation as he forgets about her as soon as he sees Juliet. He can also be described as quick witted, but lets his emotions control him. Anger not just love.

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How is fear presented in a Christmas carol

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Asked by Kaylee

How does power corrupts the pigs?

The leaders on the farm - the pigs, were the brains of the farm. The animals let the pigs lead the farm, thereby placing them into a position of power. This power corrupted them as they became more and more greedy and their ideology became more and more corrupted.

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