A Doll'S House

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Ibsen wrote this play to cause controversy in society, to force people to think about their own lives and relationships. It show’s how society was male dominated and that women weren’t view as individuals but rather as property of the house. Nora explains how she was just passed on from “Papa’s house” to that of Torvald’s...
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Nora explains how she was just passed on from “Papa’s house” to that of Torvald’s. The idea that women are individuals and should be treated as such brought about a wave of change to the 19th century. This play shows the realism of the household and was meant to highlight a person finding themselves in a time period that looked down on individuality...
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