C:The author believes that women are capable of finding a solution to the problem.
There are no underlined portions of the excerpt. However, the passage does not infer anywhere that the husbands are to blame for women being trapped in their suburban lifestyle. The author blames it on a problem with no name that exists in the women's mind and spirit. We also don't see in this part of the passage that the author is calling for a change to government policy or women to band together.
3). All body paragraphs have supporting details followed by a topic sentence.
The most appropriate way to back the thesis in each body paragraph is that 'each body paragraphs contain supporting details accompanied by a topic sentence.' A brief topic sentence that assists the readers to identify the key idea that the author is dealing with in the paragraph while the supporting details followed by them would not only substantiate the author's claim but also convince the readers logically to accept and believe it and evoke the intended response. Thus, <u>option 3</u> is the correct answer.
<em>Two sisters facing a much more serious conflict
Antigone is described as young who rises up independence against the power of the state. Her acts demonstrate political and moral championship after being successful in a male dominated arena. She is strong enough that she decides to support her brother even though she was prohibited from doing so. Through her strength and courage, she took the risk and became a hero.
Her desire are beyond her limit but she does not give up, she moves to different communities even though she had lost hope but she was still determined to achieve all her goals.