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This reveals to Nora that Torvald's love for her is conditional; he can only love her when she is socially acceptable, along with her actions, despite the motifs behind her actions. Despite beliefs that A Doll house is only about the subjection of women, Ibsen wrote this play not to protest for women's rights but to show the different types of self-imprisonment due to society's conditioning, and Nora depicts the struggle one goes through to break free of this conditioning...
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Despite beliefs that A Doll house is only about the subjection of women, Ibsen wrote this play not to protest for women's rights but to show the different types of self-imprisonment due to society's conditioning, and Nora depicts the struggle one goes through to break free of this conditioning...
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