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This woman is a significant example of the oppression that women faced throughout history. Helmer is the most patronising character I have read in a long time and his possessiveness over Nora, along with his cringey yet belittling nicknames, made my blood boil. Was my judgment that Nora is a twit caas a condition of my entitled position in a still phallocentric society?

He is purely evil if he actually threatened to blackmail Nora just so that he could keep his job at the bank. However wretched I sometimes feel, Lbsen still want to go on being tortured for as long as possible.

In fact, this situation leads to all the characters to show their true nature beyond the image of rectitude demonstrated to society. Do I have to tell you that? Although Nora seems flighty and silly at the beginning of the play, one senses that she is acting that way partly to please and manipulate her husband.

Nora has to employ her imagination on how to look good with nothing to go on. Nora began to fall part after this, trying to protect what she cherished; her life This play displayed a lot of controversial topics, and the end was no exception. In the background you hear laughter, groans, sighs from the audience.

Hence, Nora is trying to turn this to her advantage to get a little money out him obsen Christmas to deal with a problem of her own. She is the most ridiculous, hysterical woman I have ever read about.


It’s been a long while since I’ve read any Ibsen and Hedda Gabler was the work of choice in the drama classes I took. View all 5 comments. Thinking back, I don’t know why – there must come a point in terminal illness where death is preferable, surely?

What did she look like when she was performing? Oh yes, Nora, just waltz out into the night and leave your kids and your life behind!

Casa di bambola [A Doll’s House]

I need to hear it all again. Marx says in The Communist Manifesto that the traditional family unit i. I think she did a decent job of making Nora more tolerable than she probably would have been on the page. Even if Krogstag tells Torvald that she borrowed money what would happen?

I thought the relationship between Nora and her and Torvald’s friend Dr Rank was inappropriate.

Romeo and Juliet was about two character, but the perspectives were very similar, if not the same. The new Nora realized that she was no longer satisfied in defining herself by someone else’s generosity and accomplishment, but rather than that, she left to look for her own happiness and self esteem. Like, what’s the worst that would happen?

A supposedly intelligent woman pretending to be an idiot to fit her husband’s idea of what women are like?

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I wanted to see Nora dance her Tarantella. I hope your husband makes lots of money so he can afford to send your children to the years of therapy they will need when they realize that their mother’s 1 priority was independence, not raising her kids. Bravo to Ibsen for his brave effort in bringing out the “women voice”.


I hear that, but she doesn’t ask Christine if this is okay. Listening to the Librivox recording of this play has been my first experience of the work of Henrik Ibsen.

She needs to find herself as a human being outside the roles of wife and mother. Are you sure of that? She took out a bond to travel abroad in order for her husband to get well and the story surrounding those circumstances is questionable. It’s a childish speech, made from a voice unused to speaking. Nora is real to me only He might be able to pay the loan off and probably divorce her.

As the play continues we eventually learn that Krogstad was once in love with Mrs. I’m not saying that I only liked the third act, because I did find the first act to be quite quirky and the conflict to be interesting.

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Mrs Linde tells her the way it is, she takes the matters into her own hands to save her friends suffering and what she does for Nora at the end shows how powerful she is in more ways than one. The play’s name comes from the way Nora is treated like a doll or a young child by Torvald, her domineering husband. I do realise there is more to him than just his factors, but these are the factors that cemented my dislike for him.

What was she trying to get other than money to pay off that stupid loan.