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A Doll's House

Summary: Discusses the play, A Doll's House, by Henrik Ibsen. Provides an analysis of the main character, Nora. Describes how she is the doll of which the play speaks.
"A Doll's House" is a play about a woman, molded by society, made to conform to the ideals of others. All of her life Nora has been treated as a doll, she has been indirectly taught to act, speak, and look like a child. She must be seen and not heard, noticed but not acknowledged. Throughout her entire life, this has been the pattern, when she was a child her father expected her to be the perfect daughter and lady, these principles continued when she married Torvald. Can a person be truly happy when falling into the mold of someone else? To be happy you must be yourself and know yourself;

Nora was never truly happy, since she has always followed behind her father and husband; she never had the chance to know herself and has to leave to find out. Nora leaves because she has been...

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