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A Doll's House: The Symbolism of the Title

Summary: The symbolism of the title of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House is analyzed. Nora's home can be considered a doll's house in light of her relationships with her father, husband and children, all for separate reasons.
The play "A Doll's House" has a very symbolic title. The title relates right in with the theme and plot of the story. The author uses this title as a symbol that relates into the story. Nora the main character in the play is the doll living in the dollhouse. She is not capable of doing things on her own just like a doll cannot do things on its own. Nora is the doll and Torvald, her father, and her children are all playing a game with her. Nora's father was not very good at financial issues this is very much like Nora because she has her own financial issues, which Torvald says was handed down by her father. Nora never sees her children but when see does she goes to meet their every need.

He treats his wife, Nora, like a...

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