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The Role of Primary Care Givers in a Dolls House and the Metamorphosis

Summary: This essay is a comparative essay between two books, A Dolls House and The Metamorphosis. It discusses how the primary caretakers in each work differ and how they are similar. Details how the way in which the primary caretakers are portrayed affects the surrounding characters and the outcome of the pieces.
Through the development of the main characters in A Doll's House and The Metamorphosis, both Ibsen and Kafka have portrayed the primary care takers of the play and novel changing and growing. In the way in which the primary care takers are portrayed affects the surrounding characters and the outcome of the pieces. Nora, the main character of A Doll's House, is also the portrayed motherly figure. Nora's character is very simplistically until the end of the novel, when the climax of the play occurs and the readers are given a glimpse of the true character of Nora that lies under the façade of what society deems the proper character of a mother of the time period. The character of Grete is the main character's sister of The Metamorphosis. While Kafka did not directly explain Grete's...

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