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.
sheriff = confirmed the story of finding, mayella [miss ewell] beaten up. he said that a doctor hadn't been called
robert e lee ewell= rude and insistent on toms guilt. he uses his left hand which indicates him as guilty of mayellas assault
miss ewell = shes kinda sad and says what her dad says basicly. she lies and we know it. we feel sorry for her.
tom robinson= honest and dignifies he says he feels sorry for mayella and because he is black people are not happy. they are not happy when black people, who are supposed to be felt sorry for, feels sorry for a white woman
love, what is love,
is such as a dove?
is it like a great gail,
or raining down like hail?
no, i think not.
love is wrought
from iron and bone,
to sharpen and hone
our senses like ice,
caught in a trice.
our hearts of fire,
lit with our ire
to forever burn,
and others in turn.
your answer would most likely be a.
it is a because the anmswer choice a is an opinion, meaning that it is not true, a.k.a bias