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

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Act 3 Part 3 Summary

Nora comes back in, having changed into everyday clothes. She sits Torvald down for a long talk. She begins by commenting on how this is the first time they've ever sat down together and tried to talk something through. She tells him that she's come to realize that her life with him is exactly the same as her life with her father. In both cases, she thought what they wanted her to think, acted the way they wanted her to act and believed what they wanted her to believe. She has been like a doll to both of them, and she says it's time for her to learn who she is on her own. As Torvald repeatedly tries to convince her to stay, she says that she's unable to be a good parent to her children. The only thing she can teach them is to...

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