It's passive voice, because the subject (Pearl Harbor) is receiving the action of being bombed. It would be an <em>active</em> voice if it read something like: "The enemy bombed Pearl Harbor..." Does that make sense?
2. The game Nora was playing with the children when Krogstad came in was: "HIDE-AND-SEEK"
3. These details are important because it depicts what was happening among the characters. They were hiding and seeking truth about each other and about their lives. Also, the HIDE-AND-SEEK game Nora plays with her children, she also plays with her husband by hiding her actions, dealings and true personality from him.
"A Doll's House" is a play written by Henrik Johan Ibsen. Ibsen was a Norwegian playwright and also a theatre director. He is often called "the father of realism" and also known as one of the most influential playwrights during his own time.
"A Doll's House" play is significant as it reveals what fate married women pass through in a time when Norway lacked reasonable opportunities for individuals to find self-fulfillment in a male-dominated world. The play's themes reveals the absence of a female identity in a male-dominated world, how women are devalued in the society and betrayal.
In a literary text, the 'character vs. self' conflict occurs when a character in the story struggles with a personal dilemma or imperfection. The passage about Millicent occurs when she had just gone through a part of the initiation which she believes was the hardest part of it all. One can see that prior to this time, Millicent had experienced doubts or a dilemma as to what the hardest part of the initiation was. Now that she had it all figured out, her doubt was cleared. Thus she had overcome the self-conflict.