A Doll's House - Nora's Home
In the early scenes of the play, this place is a haven of safety, security, love, and play, but later becomes a cage.
A Doll's House - Nora's Macaroons
These objects function as a catalyst to reveal a character's capacity for lying and self-indulgence.
A Doll's House - Nora's IOU
This object represents a character's dishonesty, possible lack of moral fabric, and begins a chain of events that leads to an awakening.
Ghosts - Alving's Orphanage
This place is built to redeem two characters, but is destroyed by fire.
Ghosts - Mrs. Alving's Books
These objects represent, at least to some degree, radical and/or untraditional thought.
Ghosts - The sun
This object is a symbol of hope, and a character cries out for it hoping for redemption.
Hedda Gabler - Hedda's Pistols
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