Nora Helmer And Women In American Literature

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The marriage vows that the woman took were supposed to evoke the image of mutual trust, yet a woman entered this marriage in which she did not have the same legal and economic rights that her spouse had. One of the main secret's of a man's domination of the household was his control of money (Longford 45)...
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One of the main secret's of a man's domination of the household was his control of money (Longford 45). Nora has the same money issues of other married women. In Act I of the play, Torvald tells Nora that just because he is getting a bigger salary, there still will be no depts and no borrowing...
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