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Nora's Departure in A Doll's House

.... Tung explains that "Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House was perhaps the most widely known foreign play in pre-1949 China," and that "Nora, the play's heroine, was a ....

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Antigone & Nora

.... The play Antigone by Sophocles and A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen show many .... In A Doll's House, Nora rebels against her husband and confining role as housewife ....

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Key Themes in A Doll's House

.... of male patriarchy and dominance over women and the theme of social conventions that limit the development of women are pervasive in the play. Nora begs, steals ....

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Ibsen's A Doll's House

.... While this action will play a catalyst in Nora's dramatic decision to abandon her husband and family at the climax of the play, money plays a much more ....

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Role of Money in A Doll's House

.... While this action will play a catalyst in Nora's dramatic decision to abandon her husband and family at the climax of the play, money plays a much more ....

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Ibsen's A Doll's House

.... He was given the title of "the father of modern drama" for this work, because of how he ended the play with the character of Nora walking out on her life. ....

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A Dolls House

.... He was given the title of "the father of modern drama" for this work, because of how he ended the play with the character of Nora walking out on her life. ....

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Nora's Foil Character in Ibsen's Doll's House

.... in the play. Here, we will discuss such a relation. It seems apparent that Krogstad and his own situation is being used as a foil for the plot of Nora and her ....

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Henrik Ibsen

.... The 1879 play tells the story of Nora Helmer. She is sheltered and petted and expected to act like a sweet but unintelligent pet ....

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A Doll'

.... Nora is such a women in a world that is defined by men (mainly, for her, her father and husband). The play A Doll’s House created a social uproar upon its ....

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A Doll's House

.... The issues the play criticized were largely the prevailing conventions of the era regarding the .... A Doll’s House is the story of Nora Helmer, a woman who has ....

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Krogstad as a Foil Character in A Doll's House

.... in the play. Here, we will discuss such a relation. It seems apparent that Krogstad and his own situation is being used as a foil for the plot of Nora and her ....

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A Doll's House

.... Ibsen's A Doll's House is a play that seeks to define a woman's right as a .... raise the children, and attend to her husband, but also creates in Nora a heroine ....

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Ibsen & Glaspell

.... Nora is the doll to which the title of the play refers. On the surface her household seems like the perfect Victorian household. ....

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The View of Marriage in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House

.... in the end, however, Ibsen retained the female protagonist but created a play based on .... In A Doll's House, Nora's husband is a lawyer by profession and a model ....

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Role of the Past on Characters in 2 Plays

.... The protagonists Nora and Willy in the two plays are forced to confront the past .... Therefore, it is crucial for the success of the play and the presentation of ....

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"Cloud Nine" and "A Doll House"

.... Torvald is not interested in why Nora did what she did or what the true nature of .... As she states in the play, "I am a man's creation as you see, And what men ....

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Women of Dramas

.... In A Doll's House, Nora's machinations to help her husband result in revelations that .... of these plays, it is evident that these women's efforts to play an active ....

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Women of Drama

.... In A Doll's House, Nora's machinations to help her husband result in revelations that .... of these plays, it is evident that these women's efforts to play an active ....

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A Doll's House

.... But the play would come to be noted for more reasons than its style. .... He just wanted to create a great play that dealt with the liberat. ... ....

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A Doll's House

.... in 1879, during a time of revolutionary upheaval in Europe, this play, and Ibsen's .... Nora's choice of turning her back on the core Western values of family and ....

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A Doll's House

.... House by Henrik Ibsen is a play based in the fact of illusion as the characters live within the illusions each has created for themselves. Nora accepts the ....

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Ibsen's A Doll's House and Pirandello's Six Characters in Search ...

.... his characters are not really characters at all, but are rather pieces of the imagination of the author who has discarded them into the chaotic "play" in which ....

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The Position of Women in 3 Plays

.... Trifles. Each play sets up a contrast between the power of women and the secondary role they are asked to play in society. Even ....

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Dramatists' Criticism of Society

.... Both Nora in A Doll's House and Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman are .... through the theater with A Doll's House, cited today as a feminist play which prepared ....

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Women and the City Literature

.... Strange, disparate people populate this novel like the painter Tod who wants to paint “The Burning of Los Angeles” (West 2). Women, too, play a critical ....

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