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Is this thesis grammatically correct? Any other suggestions?

Is this thesis grammatically correct? Any other suggestions? Topic: literary thesis
July 17, 2019 / By Gale
Question: In the tragedy Othello by Shakespeare, characters utilize bestial imagery which, on the surface, is used as a comparison to brute-like actions however, it is also used as a literary technique to convey Venetian society's perceived stereotypes of the Moors.
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Deanne Deanne | 5 days ago
Its actually a run on sentence it needs either a new sentence of semi colon before the word "however." It also is a very passive sentence- "is (also) used" this is how I would revise it: In the tragedy Othello by Shakespeare, the author utilize bestial imagery of his character which, on the surface, acts as a comparison to brute-like actions; however, the imagery is also a literary technique conveying Venetian society's perceived stereotypes of the Moors.
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Deanne Originally Answered: Is the following English problem grammatically correct? if not find the correct answer! and give proof please?
Hi. You are quite correct to say 'This is the sun' because it is the only one (as far as we are concerned). However, the diagram is a *representation* of that same sun. I.e. 'This is (a drawing of) the sun'. Do you see what I mean? It's like if you drew a picture of the Eiffel Tower. You would point at it and say 'This is the Eiffel Tower' not 'This is Eiffel Tower' because you are saying in effect 'This is (a drawing of/a representation of) the Eiffel Tower'.
Deanne Originally Answered: Is the following English problem grammatically correct? if not find the correct answer! and give proof please?
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Deanne Originally Answered: Is the following English problem grammatically correct? if not find the correct answer! and give proof please?
It's the. This is sun is terrible English, unless you are Neanderthal Man. This is the sun works because it has already been mentioned in previous sentences. Its a continuation of the sentence - 'This is a sun' would work, but 'this is the sun' only works if the sun has been brought up before so it has context.

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In the tragedy Othello by Shakespeare, characters utilize bestial imagery which, on the surface, is used as a comparison to brute-like actions however is also used as a literary technique to convey Venetian society's perceived stereotypes of the Moors. Just tidied up around the ' However '...
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Brielle Originally Answered: Is this grammatically correct?
There are two correct forms: "those few who we all rely on" <- informal "those few on whom we all rely" <-formal As this is a paper, you'd best use the formal one. (The general issue is a construction called "preposition stranding" - putting the preposition at the end of a sentence. Outdated grammar sources tend to say it's wrong, but current ones now generally agree that this is a myth that never has reflected real usage. Check out Pullum & Huddleston's A Student's Introduction to English Grammar, pages 137-138: http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=qlxDqB4ldx4C&pg=PA138&dq=Pullum+stranding&hl=en&sa=X&ei=rlviUKfDBaqX1AWVmYCwBQ&ved=0CDMQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Pullum%20stranding&f=false ).
Brielle Originally Answered: Is this grammatically correct?
"There will always be those on whom we always rely." Try not to end a sentence with a preposition. It makes a weak sentence, and we want to have a strong writing style.

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