The Doll House

The Doll House

Identity
In the 1800s it was unusual if not forbidden for a women to leave her husband and children to find their own identity. In “The Dolls House” Nora is all to willing to give up her security and family so she is able to discovery herself. Nora may seem to be deceitful and childish like, but she is a brave women who takes a step towards the real world and toward the rights of women.
Nora is portrayed as both a childish like women who is a strong female character. Nora is also portrayed as someone who is deceiving and secretive. She has taken out a loan by forgering her fathers signature. This is the one and only thing she can be proud and happy for. This is the one thing in life she had complete control over that Torvald could not take away from her as long as he did not know. When Krogstad threaten to tell her husband Nora was scared that the one thing she was able to accomplish in her life as going to be taken away. “This secret-my joy and pride” She was not only worried that her husband would hear it from Krogstad “that

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