A Doll's House Injustice

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Even though people encounter injustices throughout their life, their ability to self-preserve shows the extent of respect they have for themselves. In the face of injustice, this self-respect allows them to become jubilant. In Henrik Ibsen’s play “A Doll’s House” translated by Peter Watts, the character Nils Krogstad faces an inequity due to his adverse past in which he must place himself as his top priority. Throughout the play, Krogstad’s need for respect drives his choices. When individuals prioritize self-respect over succumbing to the expectations of the injustice, it allows them to achieve contentment.
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