Essay heading: "A Doll's House" by Henrik Ibsen

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August 8, 2000






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A squirrel is a small furry rodent that tends to have negative and sneaky connotations. If someone is to squirrel away something, he/she is hiding or storing it. This is directly related to what Nora is doing; she is hiding or squirreling away the bag of macaroons, and she is hiding the illegal loan...
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For example, Torvald says to Nora, "Hasn't my Miss Sweet-Tooth been breaking the rules in town to-day?" (6). Nora replies, "No; what makes you think that?" (6). Through the animal imagery of the squirrel, Ibsen is also foreshadowing that Nora is hiding more than just macaroons from Torvald. She is hiding that she borrowed money from Krogstad...
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