GUENEVERE: (mildly) Oh, be a savage all you want to. But don't tell me you're going in for this modern free-love stuff, because I won't believe it. You're not that kind of fool, Vivien. (She darns placidly away.)What do the stage directions reveal about Guenevere?

d. They suggest Guenevere’s aloof attitude.

c. They imply Guenevere’s misunderstanding.

b. They illustrate Guenevere’s casual manner.

a. They demonstrate Guenevere’s domestic focus.


Answer 1
Answer: d. they suggest Guenevere's aloof attitude
Answer 2

d because she is given that darn aditude

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