Four Major Plays - A Doll's House, Act 3 Summary & Analysis

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A Doll's House, Act 3 Summary

The next night, conversation between Mrs. Linde and Krogstad reveals they had an intimate relationship some years before, that Mrs. Linde is prepared to rejoin her life with Krogstad's if he withdraws his letter to Torvald, and that she believes that deep down, he's a good man. He agrees to do as she asks, and then hurries out, saying he's never been happier.

Nora and Torvald come in. As Torvald lights some candles, Mrs. Linde whispers to Nora that Krogstad will withdraw the letter, but that she (Nora) has to tell Torvald about the loan. As Mrs. Linde leaves, Torvald speaks passionately to Nora about how in love with her he is. At that moment, a drunken Dr. Rank comes in, ranting about some tests he's conducted. After he goes out, Torvald collects the contents of the...

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