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Title: 19th Century Women's roles

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Date: December 17, 1998
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The role Nora takes and what she does in the end was not seen as the appropriate thing for women to do at the time. Women were seen as the subordinate sex and were expected to stay at home and not work; especially if the woman was married. What Nora does in A Doll's House is comparable to the stand Natasha takes in The Bridegroom...

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What Nora does in A Doll's House is comparable to the stand Natasha takes in The Bridegroom. Natasha takes a stand against arranged marriages and helps put a murderer in jail even though she was treated like an object. The role of women in society, in the household, and in the workplace has drastically changed since Ibsen's time in that women were treaty as objects and as an unequal, weaker sex than men...

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