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A Doll's House Conflicts

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Many characters challenged both by the events happening around them and often times a second conflict that rages inside of them. In “A Doll’s House” the protagonist Nora not only struggles externally with the antagonist Krogstad but also internally. Nora is troubled by society’s constraints that bar her from living freely. Throughout the play we see Nora’s passion for living overtake the social consequences that prevented her from living fully before. From the beginning of the play Nora is shown trying to change who she is for someone else. Nora’s husband, Torvald, teases her about her sweet tooth which is his reasoning behind hiding the house’s macaroons from her. Even though she politely agrees with her husband, she still ends up eating
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