Which themes of henrik ibsen's a doll's house are reflected in this excerpt from act 1 of the play? nora (smiling and humming): that's my affair! (walking about the room) it's perfectly glorious to think that we have—that torvald has so much power over so many people. (takes the packet from her pocket) doctor rank, what do you say to a macaroon? rank: what, macaroons? i thought they were forbidden here. nora: yes, but these are some christine gave me. mrs. linde: what! i? — nora: oh, well, don't be alarmed! you couldn't know that torvald had forbidden them. i must tell you that he is afraid they will spoil my teeth. but, bah! —once in a way—that's so, isn't it, doctor rank? by your leave! (puts a macaroon into his mouth) you must have one too, christine. and i shall have one, just a little one—or at most two. (walking about) i am tremendously happy. there is just one thing in the world now that i should dearly love to do.
phillis wheatley is influenced by greek and roman classicism and the xviii early british poets, alexander and milton. in this poem, "an hymn to the evening", she mixes religion and the classic attraction to beauty and perfection. in fact, she resorts to mythical figures to inspire her. she provides a mythical view of nature; she has personified it because she wants it to give her inspiration. the poet asks aurora, the goddess of dawn, to listen to her "lays" or poems. the poet uses personification, for example, when she says that the morning wakes up. she also calls another god to inspire her, calliope. this is the muse that inspires epic poetry. the poet asks calliope to make the lyres play. " king of day" refers to the sun. this is a metaphor used by wheatley. then, the poet admires nature; she thinks it is the perfect source for a poet's inspiration. she uses the mythical figures to represent the good source of nature , however, when the sun beams get too strong she cannot write any more: " i feel his fervid beams too strong, and scarce begun, concludes th' abortive song". her inspiration gets balanced with the soft and smooth movements of nature: " shield your poet from the burning day.."; here, she is referring to aurora.
the sentence that provides the best supporting evidence for the claim is:
the length of human intestines is better suited to digest food derived from plants than to digest meat.
is the only sentence that is given information about how the body functionally is better developed to support a vegetarian diet.
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