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Manipulation in A Doll's House

Summary: Discusses the various levels of manipulation in A Doll's House.
One of the main themes of Henrik Ibsen's play A Doll's House is manipulation. The main characters manipulate each other for their personal benefits. The word manipulation can be interpreted in many ways. In general it means to use other people to get what you want. There are different methods of manipulations. Two examples are hypocrisy and black mail. Both of them are used in this play very well. The use of different types of manipulation leaves an even greater effect on the reader.

One can even interpret the title as a sign of manipulation because the people in the play are manipulated like dolls. It can be said that in the town where the story takes place the people manipulate each other just like the dolls in a doll's house are manipulated by the person who plays with them. Sometimes manipulation can be excused...

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