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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 ....
(1079 4 )

The Position of Women in 3 Plays
.... The play suggests that the prevailing situation can be changed, and at the end of the play Nora stands as an example to other women. ....
(880 4 )

A Doll's House
.... Gosse's critique brings this point to light as he comments on the fact that by the end of the play Nora will emerge as the woman she really is, once the masks ....
(1437 6 )

A Doll's House
.... At this point in the play Nora is still trying to protect her doll's house from the problems that threaten to destroy everything. ....
(1731 7 )

Feminism in the Victorian Era in A Doll's House
.... Body In the beginning of the play, Nora is content to play larks and squirrels for her husband, to steal cookies, to beg for money, and to limit herself for ....
(1258 5 )

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 ....
(1079 4 )

The View of Marriage in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House
.... At the end of the play, Nora realizes she must examine the "truths" that have been instilled into her and which she has unconsciously accepted. ....
(1707 7 )

The plays of Henrik Ibsen
.... The play suggests that the prevailing situation can be changed, and at the end of the play Nora stands as an example to other women. ....
(1398 6 )

A Doll'
.... also. By the end of the play Nora will emerge as the woman she really is, once the masks of Victorian norms are ripped off. The ....
(1922 8 )

Ibsen's A Doll's House
.... Although at the beginning of the play Nora appears to be happy with her life, responding affectionately to being teased by Torval, being excited about the ....
(2837 11 )

A Dolls House
.... Although at the beginning of the play Nora appears to be happy with her life, responding affectionately to being teased by Torval, being excited about the ....
(2837 11 )

A Doll's House
.... At the end of the play Nora feels, following her husband's lead before he finds out that Krogstad will no longer be a threat, that she is a threat to her ....
(2752 11 )

Dramatists' Criticism of Society
.... The play suggests that the prevailing situation can be changed, and at the end of the play Nora stands as an example to other women. ....
(1696 7 )

Dramatists Criticism of Society
.... The play suggests that the prevailing situation can be changed, and at the end of the play Nora stands as an example to other women. ....
(2292 9 )

A Doll's House & Death of a Salesman
.... The play suggests that the prevailing situation can be changed, and at the end of the play Nora stands as an example to other women. ....
(1695 7 )

Doll's House Nora Quealey
.... point of view. The play is about Nora's liberation, for she is the "doll" to which the title of the play refers. Her environment is ....
(545 2 )

Conrasting Past & Present in 3 Literary Works
.... At the start of the play, Nora seems to be a successful wife and mother, happily preparing for the first Christmas on which she can spare a little extravagance ....
(2247 9 )

Henrik Ibsen
.... The climax of the play occurs when Nora decides to leave her husband, to go out into "the real world" and find out who she is when she has stripped off the ....
(1297 5 )

Antigone & Nora
Antigone & Nora Introduction The play Antigone by Sophocles and A DollÆs House by Henrik Ibsen show many elements in common with respect to their heroines. ....
(1339 5 )

A Doll's House
.... to her early in act 1 as, "my little squirrel", "my little lark", "my little song bird", and "little woman." Nora's role in the beginning of the play is much ....
(780 3 )

Ibsen's A Doll's House
.... NoraÆs life represents one of secrets and play-acting because of them. Nora used to live the role of a doll while living under her fatherÆs authority as a ....
(1058 4 )

Role of Money in A Doll's House
.... NoraÆs life represents one of secrets and play-acting because of them. Nora used to live the role of a doll while living under her fatherÆs authority as a ....
(1066 4 )

Role of the Past on Characters in 2 Plays
.... For example, Nora's recounting to Christine of the events surrounding the loan is crucial to our understanding of the play and Nora's character, but it is ....
(1668 7 )

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 ....
(601 2 )

Ibsen's A Doll's House and Pirandello's Six Characters in Search ...
.... For example, Nora's recounting to Christine of the events surrounding the loan is crucial to our understanding of the play and Nora's character, but it is ....
(2221 9 )

Ibsen & Glaspell
.... Part of the conflict in the play is engendered over Nora's secrets, because she is driven to such fear and anxiety over Torvald's reaction. ....
(1053 4 )

Dysfuntional Family in Drama
.... become financially involved with Krogstad, but in the course of the play the audience .... The past binds the family in The Cherry Orchard, while Nora escapes from ....
(849 3 )

Victimization of Children in Six Dramas
.... father. At the end of the play when she confronts her husband, Nora argues this point, ôa great wrong was done to me, Torvald. First ....
(957 4 )

Victimization of Children in 6 Dramas
.... father. At the end of the play when she confronts her husband, Nora argues this point, ôa great wrong was done to me, Torvald. First ....
(959 4 )

A Doll's House
.... of renouncing home and family comes out of the blue and seems extreme, as if she is a different character than the Nora of other first part of the play. ....
(1203 5 )

 
 
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