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A Doll's House

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Women have changed and evolved in many different ways as time continues to go by. They keep growing and growing into new people and they have made themselves to be more of individuals rather than just a living, breathing pleasure to someone else. Since the 1800's, women have become more equal to men, and continue to do so as we speak. Women have changed in terms of being mothers, being wives, and just as individuals. The main character in A Doll's House shows very clearly how different women are now, than they used to be. I feel that the play is definitely relevant today because we should learn about how much differently women were treated in the 1800's. We should also see how much differently they were talked to, or the kinds of names they were called, which they accepted. In the play A Doll's House, it...

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