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  1. Throughout the story, Faulkner uses some different symbols to help build the content and plot of the story (Gray 8). The various time signals used within the story include the rose which he uses to explain the preservation of ideas. The author also uses the concept of foreshadowing to enhance the element of surprise and legitimacy of the text. The writer’s treatment of time helps to create a solid, exciting and shocking conclusion to the story. The time signals provide readers with a clear highlight of the events within the text. For example in the story, the writer always moves forward and backward in time in a bid to create a complex, layered and multidimensional world in the past and future.

  2. The symbols of dust, yellowing, mustiness, and dankness help to reveal the drastic antisocial action. The signs also determine the internal pressures faced by the protagonist. Through this, it can be noted that the symbols present within the text play a vibrant and dynamic role in ensuring the efficient flow of the text.

  3. Although the story is told by an anonymous party, they delay the mutual understanding and perception of readers. That is mainly because they deliberately hold something from readers. Through this, the storyteller creates an increased sense of curiosity and suspense among its targeted publics.

  4. In Kate Chopin’s “The story of an hour” the writer uses irony and foreshadowing to create elements of surprise among its readers. The concept plainly exists in the story in two different aspects. The first is demonstrated in the reaction of Louise Mallard to the news of her husband’s death. That is, Chopin describes Louise’s beautiful face after receiving the news of her husband’s death as “whose lines bespoke repression.” The second instance is the emotions projected by Louise after the death of her husband. That is the freedom she identifies that makes her emotions incredibly ironic.

  5. The writer has provided a detailed analysis of how the concept of irony and foreshadowing is projected in the story. By this, the writer comfortably assesses the underlying factors that primarily affect the stable growth and development of couples within the society. Through this, the author has offered its readers a clear understanding of the plot through which the story is developed.

  6. In this particular text, the author argues the reasons as to why Chopin’s use both irony and foreshadowing to build the plot of the story. The argument that the reasons why repetition, irony, and foreshadowing are consistently used helps to provide a clear emphasis the extent to which freedom was important to Louise. By this, the writer can engage the reader’s imagination throughout the conclusion of the text.

  7. Yes, there are some visible comets at this time. The Hale-Bopp is one of the comets that are easily visible at this time. That is because it is the brightest and can be viewed with naked eyes for up to 18 months. Hale-Bopp is among the mostly viewed comets in the current era (20th century). The star is one of the brightest ever comet seen in the last decade. Hale-Bopp doubled the record of the previous comet (Great Comet of 1811) by being visible for a record of approximately 18 months on a naked eye. Hale-Bopp got it name from its discoverers Thomas Bopp and Allan Hale.

  8. In the text, the writer openly indicates that movies like “Deep Impact” and “Armageddon” help readers to develop a clear understanding of what happens around the world. The text analysis of how the production of different movies has helped build a clear perception of the past and future direction that the world is taking. That is because the contents within the movies mainly focus on the real things that happen in the society.

  9. The writer’s information on NASA is short, precise and to the point. The ability of the author to highlight the different areas that NASA is involved in helps in establishing a clear understanding of the photographic images of the NEO discovery. By this, it can be noted that the text holds an increased sense of objectivity in the projection of its information.

  10. The performance of the opera Romeo and Juliet was first witnessed in Paris on April 27th, 1867. The production of Romeo and Juliet as a duet makes the drama fascinating. It displays the tragic genius of the different characters selected to play Romeo and Juliet. The incorporation of music and fun in the production of the drama goes to demonstrate a game with the highest sense of comedy. Through this, the play’s targeted audiences can develop a feeling of belonging to the general content of the play. That is because it engages the creativity of its various publics

  11. In the text, the writer has provided a clear and detailed overview of the Otello opera composed by Giuseppe Verdi. It has discussed the various factors incorporated to enhance the efficient production of the play’s performance. By this, the writer has adequately improved the reader’s perception, and understanding of the different underlying factors present within the play such as the use of an orchestra in the background of the play. Further, by providing an array of opinion on the opera, the writer has provided readers with an insightful analysis of the general performance and content production of the play.

    1. Tides are periodic rises and fall of large water bodies. It is mainly caused by the gravitational interaction between the earth and the moon. The gravitational attraction between the moon and the earth forces the ocean to bulge in the direction of the moon. A spring tide is rare and high tides that usually occur when the moon is closest to the earth. While on the other hand, neap tides are considered to be fragile as it mainly happens when the ‘gravitational forces’ of the moon and the sun lie perpendicular to one another.

    2. The fission theory was first introduced by George Darwin. It argues that the moon broke away from the planet when the Earth was under rapid rotation, thereby disintegrating into a molten rock (De Aquino 12). The second theory is known as the collision theory. It argues that the moon was formed when a Mars-sized object fell into the earth. It is the widely accepted theory among astronomers.

  1. Earth

  2. Mercury and Venus

  3. Earth

  4. Mercury

  5. Venus

  6. Mercury

  7. Earth

  8. Venus

  9. Earth

  10. Mercury


14.Scientists feel that there might have been life on Mars due to thecollision it had with earth. The collision theory best explains thisconcept.


DeAquino, Fran. &quotThe Genesis of the Earth’s Moon.&quot&nbspSystem&nbsp10.11(2015): 12-13. Print.

Gray,Kristina L. &quotComparing Faulkner`s&quot A Rose for Emily&quotand Porter`s&quot The Jilting of Granny Weatherall&quot.&quot&nbspStudentPulse&nbsp5.08(2013). Print.


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1. What personaland environmental factors may influence rehabilitation for Mr.Williams?

Mr. Williams’rehabilitation may be influenced by personal factors such as his ageand comorbidities. Notably, the client was 77 years old and had beenretired for 12 years (Bello-Haas &amp Tryssenaar, 2009). Adultsolder than 75 years had manifested worse admission and dischargefunction compared to younger individuals. Mr. Williams had bothhypertension and stroke (Bello-Haas &amp Tryssenaar, 2009).Therefore, both conditions could contribute to reduced functionalgain and lower rehabilitation efficiency. Potential environmentalfactors include Mr. Williams’ family since he had a wife and threeadult children (Bello-Haas &amp Tryssenaar, 2009).

2. What personaland environmental factors may influence rehabilitation for Mrs.Peters?

Personal factorssuch as age, depression, and comorbidities could influence therehabilitation for Mrs. Peters. She was a 63-year old woman and hadundergone total hip replacement strategy (Bello-Haas &ampTryssenaar, 2009). Mrs. Peters was also experiencing increasing pain,functional mobility problems, and ADL restrictions due toosteoarthritis. Her busy schedule could also lead to depression.Furthermore, potential environmental factors include Mrs. Peters’family since she lives with her husband.

3. Describe thecontinuum of rehabilitation settings for Mr. Williams.

Mr. Williamsrequires acute care since he was diagnosed with a stroke affectinghis left side (Bello-Haas &amp Tryssenaar, 2009). Subsequently, heshould be provided with transitional facilities to enable him undergopost-acute care. Mr. Williams should then undergo domiciliary carewith the support of his close family and friends.

4. Describe thecontinuum of rehabilitation settings for Mrs. Peters.

Mrs. Petersshould receive acute care as she recovers from her routine surgery.Next, she should undergo evaluations while in transitional care todetermine her ability to resume her functional duties. Mrs. Petersshould also undergo palliative care due to her progressivelyincreasing pain (Bello-Haas &amp Tryssenaar, 2009). Eventually, sheshould undergo rehabilitation under domiciliary care.

5. Why is itimportant to use a comprehensive approach when assessing theseclients, as well as all older adult clients?

It is importantto use a comprehensive approach since older adult clients usuallyhave several conditions of varying severity (Bello-Haas &ampTryssenaar, 2009). Therefore, an occupational therapist must identifythe components impacting on functional performance.

6. As an OTR, howwould you collaborate with a COTA in the rehabilitation setting inthe case of Mr. Williams and in the case of Mrs. Peters?

In the case ofMr. Williams, I will instruct a COTA to evaluate the client’sability to use his left hands and legs. As an OTR, I would thendiscuss with the patient to determine what activities he could stillperform. In the case of Mrs. Peters, I will assess her functionalmobility problems while she recovers from surgery. On the other hand,a COTA could help the client to perform ADLs.


Bello-Haas, V. D. &amp Tryssenaar, J. (2009). In Functionalperformance in older adults. (3rd ed.). (pp. 513-37).Philadelphia, Pa.: F.A. Davis Co.

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