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A Doll's House

Summary: Essay provides a character analysis of Nora Krogstad and Torvald from "A Doll's House."
Characterization is the act of describing distinctive characteristics or essential features of something or someone. Nora, Torvald, and Krogstad all have there unique characteristics that makes them who they are, as does everyone. Nora is said to be a "doll" wife to Torvald. Nora doesn't like the way she has to live but has too, to make Torvald happy. Torvald,a symbol for the male role, that feels he exceeds women power. Torvald gets a sort of reward when Nora answers to him in her child like ways and plays along with the act. He is completely unaware that Nora is capable of making serious decisions. Krogstad is very desperate for love in his life. He is so desperate it shows or looks like to the reader he is a villain. When he finds passion or love for another he totally changes for the better. Nora is...

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