A Doll House

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English

 

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Brian C

 

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November 3, 2015

 

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University

 

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Nora relies on Torvald for everything, from movements to thoughts, much like a puppet that is dependent on its puppet master for all of its actions. Her carefree spirit and somewhat childish manners are displayed throughout the play with statements that Torvald makes such as, "Come, come, my little songbird mustn’t droop her wings…Can’t have a pouty squirrel in the house…” (Ibsen 1081)...
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Torvald also refers to Nora as a lark. A lark is a happy, carefree bird, and a squirrel is quite the opposite. If you are to squirrel away something, you were hiding or storing it, kind of like what Nora was doing with her bag of macaroons. It seems childish that Nora must hide things such as macaroons from her husband, but if she does not and he finds out, she would be deceiving him and going against his wishes which would be socially wrong...
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