Nora Dolls House
Nora from “A Dolls House” and Walter from “A Raisin in the Sun” follow the same creed. They both want more than society wants to give them. Although their sex and race are different, they are one in the same in that they want to break from the mold, launch a rebellion against everything people have become used to and comfortable with.
Noras rebellion was when she left Torvald and her children. The society she lived in demanded that she should submit to her husband and that she should take a place under him. Society considered women to be property of their husbands and that they should fulfill their every command. When Krogstad tries to blackmail Nora, and Torvald didnt even support her she realized that there was a problem. Then finally when Torvald realizes that his social stature will not be harmed he displays his real feeling for Nora, both physically and emotionally. It is at this time when Nora decides that she doesnt want to be controlled by Torvald anymore and she told him that she was going to leave him. By leaving Torvald she is not only shutting him out but also forgetting everything in her
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