Results for: Birch

In Algonquian Indians

Why did Algonquians build birch- bark canoes?

Not all Algonquian tribes lived near watercourses so not all built any kind of canoe. Many Algonquian-speaking tribes such as the Powhatan built only dugout canoes from tree (MORE)
In Robert Frost

What is the poem Birches by Robert Frost?

The poem Birches by Robert Frost is a reflective poem about a old man reflecting on his youth as a child who swung on birches. Birches are like springy trees young boys used t (MORE)
In Robert Frost

What is the summary of birches by Robert frost?

When the narrator looks at the birch trees in the forest, he imagines that the arching bends in their branches are the result of a boy "swinging" on them. He realizes that the (MORE)
In English to German

How do you translate birches in German?

If you mean the tree, the German word is die Birken If you mean the cane used in the olden days to inflict corporal punishment, then the word is die Ruten
In Poetry

What does the swinging of birches symbolize in Robert Frost's Birches? means don't swing on birches >:D 2. the most imeadiate thought that comes into my head is based on the silver birch "betula pendula" which translated in Galic is "maidens (MORE)
In Pokemon

Where is prof birches house?

Regardless of if you choose a boy or girl (since your house changes where its placed either right or left) its always next door to your house.
In Poetry

Are there any similes in the poem birches?

A Similie is the comparison of two unlike things using the words like or as. In the poem "Birches", by Robert Frost there are several similies: 1. referring to the trees: "Tr (MORE)
In Literary Devices and Figures of Speech

What figure of speech is soaring weeping birches?

It is an oxymoron, that is, a literary device that includes terms that contradict each other. "Weeping" in horticulture means growing downward, and is frequently applied to wi (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is birching?

Birching is a form of corporal punishment, which has a long history going back to medieval times and beyond. Essentially, birching involves the flogging or whipping of an in (MORE)
In Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

What has the author Adolf Birch-Hirschfeld written?

Adolf Birch-Hirschfeld has written: 'Die Sage vom Gral' -- subject(s): Legends, Grail, Literature, medieval, History and criticism 'Ueber die den provenzalischen Troubadou (MORE)
In Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

What has the author Arne Birch-Jensen written?

Arne Birch-Jensen has written: 'Congenital deformities of the upper extremities' -- subject(s): Abnormities and deformities, Arm