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Essay | A Doll's House

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A Doll's House

Summary: Discusses the Henrik Ibsen play, A Doll's House. Describes how Torvald Helmer is symbolic to the stereotypical 19th century husband as proven by characterization of pride, dominance, and his treatment towards others around him.
The 19th century husband is eminent due to his persona. In the play," A Doll's House," by Henrik Ibsen, Helmer becomes symbolic for the 19th century husband as proven by characterization of pride, dominance, and his treatment towards others around him.

In the play "A Doll's House," Ibsen uses the characteristic of pride to make Helmer become a symbol of the 19th century husband. As any husband of the 19th century, pride is a personality trait. For example, in the play "A Doll's House," Helmer is known to be "a man with a great deal of pride." Helmer thinks that "it is terribly embarrassing and humiliating for him if he owed anything to a woman." This is symbolic to the 19th century husband, because just as the 19th century husband feels that he is better than a woman and that a woman can never provide him with...

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