A Doll's House - Act 2 Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2 Part 3 Summary

Krogstad comes in and tells Nora that he's been dismissed. He adds that he's never going to give her back the deed, even if she does pay back all the money. He taunts her by saying there's no way she can end his threat by trying to leave and implies that even killing herself wouldn't do any good. He accuses her of lacking the courage to try either escape route. He then tells her that even if she did get away, he's written a letter to Torvald telling him everything. Now, he doesn't just want his old job back but instead wants a better job and, eventually, to run Torvald's bank. When Nora says that will never happen, Krogstad tells her that he expects to hear from Torvald as soon as he reads the letter. Krogstad goes out, sliding the letter into their letterbox.

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