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Essay | Nora and Torvald: Love or Social Conformity?

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Nora and Torvald: Love or Social Conformity?

Summary: This essay is about Henrik Ibsen's Play, "A Doll's House."
Whether it is a Shakespeare play, or a novel written by Mark Twain, the characters form relationships. These relationships can range anywhere from a hate based relationship, to a few characters falling in love. An affectionate relationship is supposed to be based on many things, but the backbone of an affectionate relationship is love. Love is an almost indefinable word; it can mean trust, passion, devotion, and many other qualities. In Henrik Ibsen's play, A Doll's House the main characters, Nora and Torvald, are married, but they have a very awkward relationship because of a lack of emotion control issues, and constant concern of appearance.

In the play, Torvald plays the role of a controlling, self-conscious "husband." His actions and the way he speaks prove how little he respects his wife, and how much he uses her to make himself feel superior. This...

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