A Doll's House: A Push To Freedom

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Odessa Q

 

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June 6, 2015

 

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"A Doll's House" is often interpreted by readers, teachers, and critics alike as an attack on chauvinistic behavior and a cry for the recognition of women's rights ( ). Instead its theme is identical to several of his plays written around the same time period: the characters willingly exist in a situation of untruth or inadequate truth which conceals conflict and contradiction ( )...
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In "A Doll's House", Nora's independent nature is in contradiction the tyrannical authority of Torvald. This conflict is concealed by the way they both hide their true selves from society, each other, and ultimately themselves. Just like Nora and Torvald, every character in this play is trapped in a situation of unturth...
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