Comedies usually proceed on a circular journey from order to chaos to order again.
Which of the following lines show the return to order in Hermia's relationship with her father Egeus?
“I will go tell him of fair Hermia's flight; / Then to the wood will he tomorrow night / Pursue her; and for this intelligence / If I have thanks, it is a dear expense.” (1.1.246)
“DEMETRIUS: Do not you think / The Duke was here, and bid us follow him? / HERMIA: Yea, and my father.” (4.1.192)
“Enough, enough my lord; you have enough. / I beg the law, the law, upon his head. / They would have stol'n away,… / Thereby to have defeated you and me;… / Of my consent that she should be your wife.” (4.1.151)
“Fair lovers, you are fortunately met; / Of this discourse we more will hear anon. / Egeus, I will overbear your will;” (4.1.174)
“I beg the ancient privilege of Athens: / As she is mine, / I may dispose of her; / Which shall be either to this gentleman, / Or to her death, according to our law.” (1.1.41)