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Eliza opens the door and is seen on the lighted landing in opera cloak, brilliant evening dress, and diamonds, with fan, flowers, and all accessories. She comes to the hearth, and switches on the electric lights there. She is tired: her pallor contrasts strongly with her dark eyes and hair; and her expression is almost tragic. She takes off her cloak; puts her fan and flowers on the piano; and sits down on the bench, brooding and silent.

Eliza's entrance on stage in Act IV highlights her

A

anger and fear.

B

weariness and isolation.

C

satisfaction and exhaustion.

D

dedication and concern.

E

delight and exhilaration.

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