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The public could not view him as being honest at all. He probably wouldn’t ever be able to get any sort of job again. It’s not that shocking if you think about era the play was written in. That doesn’t really roll off …more There is some debate as to dk most appropriate English translation. She would not leave her children because she thinks that it is better for them to not be around her.
I could picture clearly the moment when Nora was dancing and Torvald was correcting her and felt that I could reach out and grasp her swirling dress through the pages. Plays could be better if they had multiple main characters, and while some do, they always fail to bring any sort of different perspective or even another story that intertwines with an other.
When a married woman after her 8 years of married life who acted like a teenager in the first bambla acts all on a sudden breaks out conformity demolishing the dominating of men, it is hard to perceive. She leaves her family in the end because she believes that children without parents, because the father has to work, is better than children raised by a mother that apparently does not have the ability to teach her children how to properly think about the future.
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This is heralded as some early feminist work by a man but the ending was non sequitur and that offended me–great literature shouldn’t have non sequiturs. I think that Nora let go of her illusions of dancing for a good cause when Helmer rejects her when he learns of her crimes. At least she will make her own choices. I thought the relationship between Nora and her and Torvald’s friend Dr Rank was inappropriate. She told Torvald the money was left to her by her father, but it was actually loaned to her by one Nils Krogstad, and she has been slowly paying it back.
Lists with This Book. Nora is in the same sucky boat as a lot of people in the past few years. His plays were considered scandalous to many of his era, when Victorian valu Henrik Johan Ibsen was a major Norwegian playwright largely responsible for the rise of modern realistic drama.
This is why I don’t like plays. My duty to myself. It has just an hour or two to deliver a message, draw characters and entertain. What duty do you mean? During the conversation between the two women, Nora is so excited with the future post of her husband that she pays no attention to Mrs Lind’s affairs, but eventually realizes that.
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Yes, Nora and Torvald seem to have the perfect life. Being one of the most ibsne playwrights in the 19th century, Henrik Ibsen, the Norwegian counterpart to Swedish Strindberg, is the most frequent performed dramatist in the world, second to Shakespeare. A supposedly intelligent woman pretending to be an idiot to ibssen her husband’s idea of what women are like?
If a person’s mind is a separate world, would it be so absurd to say that changing one’s mind is a more than adequate first step towards changing the world?
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His voice babola matched how I imagined Nils Krogstad to be. Can someone help me by giving me some clues about this subject? But now Nils is threatening to tell Nora’s husband Getting money on a faked signature did not worry Nora in the least since for her it was an act of love.
As readers, we learn that years ago Nora had sacrificed for Torvald by secretly borrowing money in order to save his life when he was ill.
Mar 02, Amaranta rated it really liked it Shelves: A Doll’s House, by Henrik Ibsen. Where is my cute little dog. How can a woman leave the kids in the Christmas and leave on her own.
This was chosen for our book club.