• MLA: Parenthetical citation on two non-consecutive pages?

    Hi. I cannot find an answer for this ANYWHERE. I'm very frustrated. I am writing a paper on a work of literature, and I am pointing out that the author uses the word "pitiless" twice, at different parts of the story. The first time he mentions it is on page 452, the second time is on page 455 (note, non-consecutive, so a hyphen will... show more
    Hi. I cannot find an answer for this ANYWHERE. I'm very frustrated. I am writing a paper on a work of literature, and I am pointing out that the author uses the word "pitiless" twice, at different parts of the story. The first time he mentions it is on page 452, the second time is on page 455 (note, non-consecutive, so a hyphen will not do). So, do I use a semicolon or a plus sign to separate page numbers in my in-text citation? 1. Crane uses the word "pitiless" to describe the storm at two different points in the story (452+455). 2. Crane uses the word "pitiless" to describe the storm at two different points in the story (453;455). Which is it? Or is it something else? AHHHHHH!
    2 answers · Other - Arts & Humanities · 8 years ago
  • How do countries other than the U.S. treat panic disorder with or without agoraphobia?

    Hello I am trying to find information regarding how countries other than the United States treat panic disorders with or without agoraphobia--for example, Japan or Africa, Spain...basically wherever as long as it differs from the U.S. in some way. I've tried googling but have had no luck. If you know, do you mind stating your source? I... show more
    Hello I am trying to find information regarding how countries other than the United States treat panic disorders with or without agoraphobia--for example, Japan or Africa, Spain...basically wherever as long as it differs from the U.S. in some way. I've tried googling but have had no luck. If you know, do you mind stating your source? I will have to cite it, as this is for a paper. I need to get a global perspective on this disorder. Thank you!
    3 answers · Mental Health · 8 years ago
  • Hibiscus: Does it grow from tips or base?

    I know nothing about plants, but I started a bet with my husband. We have an Althea/Rose of Sharon bush in our back yard that we recently pruned (I know...late). My husband is convinced that the branches grow from where he snipped, outward. I told him that he is wrong, and that the new growth occurs at the base of each branch where it meets... show more
    I know nothing about plants, but I started a bet with my husband. We have an Althea/Rose of Sharon bush in our back yard that we recently pruned (I know...late). My husband is convinced that the branches grow from where he snipped, outward. I told him that he is wrong, and that the new growth occurs at the base of each branch where it meets the trunk, elongating the branches that way. These theories do not include the leaves or flowers, which obviously bloom from the branches themselves. So who is right? Thanks!
    2 answers · Garden & Landscape · 9 years ago
  • Did I just see Lecy Goranson from Roseanne in a Lean Cuisine Commercial?

    I wish I could find a video to show you what I'm talking about. I swear it's her! Two business women (one of them Lecy) are walking down the hall at work talking about their lame lunches. Then they meet up with another co-worker who has a lean cuisine. Lecy has her blonde hair pulled back in a long ponytail. Am I right? Is it her?
    I wish I could find a video to show you what I'm talking about. I swear it's her! Two business women (one of them Lecy) are walking down the hall at work talking about their lame lunches. Then they meet up with another co-worker who has a lean cuisine. Lecy has her blonde hair pulled back in a long ponytail. Am I right? Is it her?
    1 answer · Comedy · 9 years ago