Read the excerpt from act 2 of A Doll's House.Nora: [going up to HELMER] I have wanted you so much, Torvald dear.
Helmer: Was that the dressmaker?
Nora: No, it was Christine; she is helping me to put my dress in order. You will see I shall look quite smart.
Helmer: Wasn't that a happy thought of mine, now?
Nora: Splendid! But don't you think it is nice of me, too, to do as you wish?
Helmer: Nice?—because you do as your husband wishes? Well, well, you little rogue, I am sure you did not mean it in that way. But I am not going to disturb you; you will want to be trying on your dress, I expect.
Nora: I suppose you are going to work.
Helmer: Yes. [Shows her a bundle of papers.] Look at that. I have just been into the bank. [Turns to go into his room.]
Nora: If your little squirrel were to ask you for something very, very prettily—?
Helmer: What then?
Nora: Would you do it?
Helmer: I should like to hear what it is, first.
Nora: Your squirrel would run about and do all her tricks if you would be nice, and do what she wants.
Helmer: Speak plainly.
Nora: Your skylark would chirp about in every room, with her song rising and falling—
Helmer: Well, my skylark does that anyhow.
Nora: I would play the fairy and dance for you in the moonlight, Torvald.
What prediction does this excerpt best support?
Nora is going to ask Helmer to pay off the debt.
Nora is going to tell Helmer that she borrowed money.
Nora is going to beg Helmer to let Krogstad keep his job.
Nora is going to ask Helmer to replace the dress.
The given excerpt best supports the prediction that (C) Nora is going to beg Helmer to let Krogstad keep his job.
What does the excerpt tell us?
The given excerpt has been taken from Act 2 of A Doll's House. It represents a conversation between Nora and Helmer.
At the end of the conversation, Nora tells Helmer that she would play the fairy and dance for him in the moonlight.
This represents the prediction that (C) Nora is going to beg Helmer to let Krogstad keep his job.
Does public shaming prevent us from being able ro grow and change?
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Her mild eyes command The air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame." What two cities?
The Tale Of Two Cities
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Level 1 hair is lighter in color than level 10 hair. True False
Answer: False (I could be wrong)
Explanation: But I'm pretty sure it goes dark from light...so this is basically just reversed.
Why might paul laurence dunbar mean in the following poem
Paul Laurence Dunbar, an American poet, describes in his poem "We Wear the Mask" the reasons why black males frequently decide to put on a "happy mask" while deprived of freedom.
The poem's message, what is it?
Poets are inspired to write poetry by a particular message. Knowing the meaning of poetry will help you find the message. Readers who have read the poem have an impression that contains a message or piece of advice.
What does the phrase "we grin with ripped and bleeding hearts" mean?
Line 3 tells us that the people hiding behind these masks owe everything to "human guile." We pay this obligation to them while grinning through ripped and bleeding hearts. Guilty word check.