Which sentences in this excerpt from Leo Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilyich suggest that doctors, like lawyers, are part of the superficial middle-class world of nineteenth century Russia?
Here are the sentences that is present in the excerpt from "The Death of Ivan Ilyich." He went. Everything took place as he had expected and as it always does. There was the usual waiting and the important air assumed by the doctor, with which he was so familiar (resembling that which he himself assumed in court), and the sounding and listening, and the questions which called for answers that were foregone conclusions and were evidently unnecessary, and the look of importance. The correct answer is " Everything took place as he had expected and as it always does."