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Literary Analysis: A Doll's House
A Critical Analysis of Henrik Ibsen's play "A Doll's House"
As the play unfolds, the characters face the consequences of these suppressed feelings, with each individual handling the consequences differently. Nora Helmer is the protagonist of the play. When she is introduced at the beginning of Act I, she seems to revel in the comforts that her middle-class life allows her. She is happy to have lots of money and not have to worry about anything.
Literary Analysis Of A Doll House
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Nora and Torvald have the dishonest marriage and that proves to turn out badly for their relationship in the end. Christine remained an honest person and ended up with a rekindled relationship with her old love. Torvald calls to her first. When Christine comes on the scene, she is alone.