Analysis Of Henrik Ibsen 's ' A Doll 's House '

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Analysis of A Doll’s House “A Doll’s House “, by Henrik Ibsen was written during the 19 century, a time where men dominated women and used their money and power to obtain what they desire. Nevertheless; the three-part prose was based on a very beautiful character, in which the author named Nora. Nora was also a youthful lady who everyone felt was helpless and childish, due to her love of money and material matters. Because of her immature ways no, one took Nora serious, until the day Nora made it recognized that it was more to her than what many supposed. Act 1 of “A Doll’s House,” the author made it appear as if Nora was a dim -witted, money hungry and a helpless individual in which I couldn’t realize why. All the same; not only didn’t I understand the perception of Nora’s character, but why would Ibsen allow Torvald, to talk to her in such a manner. I sense as though Ibsen used different symbols to cover his genuine feelings for his wife. For instance, Torvald often referred to his wife as a squirrel. Could it be that Torvalds did not trust his wife, and the fact he used squirrel in his text was a symbol of mistrust, being that a squirrel tends to store food in many hidden areas, food being money. Another symbol Ibsen mentioned in his play was a lark, Helmer (calls out from his room): “Is that my little lark twittering out there?” (928) Could it be that Torvald has thoughts of his wife out engaging in harmless fun or mischievous behavior, in which describes a lark’s
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