A Doll's House Essay | Self Realization in Henry Ibsen's "A Doll's House"

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Self Realization in Henry Ibsen's "A Doll's House"

Summary: Describes the metamorphosis of many of the characters in Henry Ibsen's "A Doll's House".
Henrik Ibsen's , "A Doll's House", is a play about one's true self versus the perception of others. Nora Helmer is a woman who is seen as nothing more than a child. From her friends to Torvald, her husband, Nora is regarded as a well-to-do "spendthrift" whose most pressing concerning is what costume she plans to wear for an upcoming party. Even to Nora's children do not take her seriously. They see her as a playmate instead of a mother. Although Nora appears content in her doll-like persona, throughout the play she reveals that there is more to her than what meets the eye. When Nora discloses to Christine Linde the details surrounding her secret loan to save Torvald's life, she is trying to prove that she too has "adult" worries and concerns. Nora may not have fully understood the repercussions...

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