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Essay | Sympathetic or Antisympathetic

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Sympathetic or Antisympathetic

Summary: Essay discusses the sympathetic nature of the character of Nora in Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House."
In Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House, Nora starts out as sympathetic person, making decisions based upon the welfare of only others, and never herself. She is a caring, naïve and loving person, making it easy to forgive her for her faults. As the story proceeds her motives are questioned, and so is the idea of whether or not she is still a sympathetic character.

Previous to the opening of the play, Nora makes the decision to get a loan without Torvald's knowledge so that he can go to Italy and improve his health, showing compassion and love for her husband. Nora's aquiring the loan with her father as a guarantor, shows that she cared enough not to worry her husband with money problems at a time that he needed to heal. Forging her father's signature without taking into consideration the consequences that could occur enforces that...

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