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Nora's Conflict with Society in Henrik Ibesn's A Doll's House

Summary: Essay about Nora's conflict with society in Ibsen's "Doll House." Since the beginning of mankind, conflicts have been an integral part of human interaction. According to an excerpt about Henrik Ibsen, he was an author who portrayed the life of his time in an accurate and realistic manner.
No Pain, No Gain: The Hurt and Help Nora Gets From Her Conflict With Society

Since the beginning of mankind, conflicts have been an integral part of human interaction. History provides us with many examples of this, from wars between the earliest African kingdoms to the present-day war in Iraq. Different time periods have given birth to various disputes. According to an excerpt about Henrik Ibsen, he was an author who portrayed the life of his time in an accurate and realistic manner ("Henrik" 967). "Ideas and Insights" tells us that at the time when he wrote one of his major works, A Doll's House, in 1879, women had limited rights and a limited social life. They were supposed to obey their husbands and were viewed as substandard to men ("Ideas" 1020-1021). A Doll's House presents a conflict, between the will of...

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