A Doll's House - Act 3 Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Mrs. Linde sits listening, waiting for Krogstad. She hears footsteps on the stairs and lets him in before he can ring the doorbell. Their conversation reveals that they were emotionally involved in the past. Mrs. Linde left him, and Krogstad has been bitter about it ever since. They talk about renewing their relationship. Mrs. Linde says that she's lonely and needs people to care for and reminds Krogstad that he's lonely too. His three children need a mother. Krogstad is at first reluctant to listen to her, saying that he's got a bad reputation, but Mrs. Linde says she trusts him. Krogstad admits he still cares for her and agrees to her proposal, saying that by marrying her he'll be able to put himself right with the world. He asks her whether she wants him to get his letter back from Torvald, but Mrs. Linde tells him not to. She...

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