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Summary of A Dolls House

Summary: Summarizes the Henrik Ibsen play, A Doll's House. Focuses on how the Norwegian playwright depicts the character of Nora. Discusses Nora's transformation in the play.
Throughout the play A Doll's House, Henrik Ibsen portrays Nora, the main character, as a young, confused woman, who is in the transition from dependency to independent. There are three main factors that are very important in this play. First the letter that Nora's husband received from Krogstad; which would reveal all her secrets, second would be husband reaction to the letter. The third main point was that Nora's husband Torvald treats her as if she were his child. These events and emotions influence Nora's decisions immensely. Mrs. Linden was a close companion of Nora's she could sway her in a certain directions. In the end of the play her gains overtake the losses.

For starters the letter that Krogstad delivered to Torvald would change Nora's married life forever. Concealed within the letter was every secret she had been keeping from Torvald. When Torvald was...

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