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The Handmaid's Tale and A Doll's House

Summary: Through the laws and influences of a society, The Handmaid's Tale and A Doll's House shows how relationships of all kinds can be prevented and destroyed.
Society influences human lives every day, whether awareness is a factor or not. Every aspect of life coexists with the surrounding environment. The atmosphere shapes emotions and feelings in every person within its proximity. The affects on each person in the surrounding environment will differ, but not enough to distinguish a huge difference between people of the same society. Relationships within the society are also greatly affected. The society will influence romantic relationships, friendships, and family relationships (mainly between a mother and her children). A society may do this either with laws or restrictions, or by influencing others, thus forcing a person to follow the trends. Such is the case in the novel, The Handmaid's Tale, and in the play A Doll's House. Both The Handmaid's Tale, and A Doll's House show how relationships can be viewed differently, because of society's influence. Through...

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