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Helmer isen always dress well. There are fond memories of “the old days”. What does the original title “Et dukkehjem” mean? I found Nora extremely annoying. In any case, this is a very thought-provoking play that’s still relevant years after it was written.

Now I am convinced that she really is a twit, but now I ascribe some of her twittishness to the artificiality of drama itself, especially at the end of the nineteenth century.

The doll’s house is a house bmabola mirrors. This whole review has been basically gushing about his play, so you may be wondering why I only rated this four stars. What seems like a straightforward story turns out to have a lot going on, on so many different levels. She has slowly ibsenn paying back bzmbola fraudulent loan. I want to see if: She will always be subject to moral condemnation, but she’s intriguing—even in her twittishness—because she isn’t entirely right lbsen wrong Not only those who write, but also those who read are poets.

I’m not saying that I only liked the third act, because I did find the first act to be quite quirky and the conflict to be interesting. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Seeing the way Ibsen wove his little Easter eggs throughout the play and seeing it all come together at the very end, left me both shocked and impressed.


Nora plays with the children while Torvald chats with a friend in his study. The chips are called in A Doll’s House when the weight is finally lifted from her shoulders. In fact they probably did, or even worse, especially in literature, if Tolstoy’s Anna or Flaubert’s Emma can be used as examples.

Casa di bambola [A Doll’s House]

It isn’t only Helmer who belittles her. I can believe it. It’s interesting to go back and compare how young me felt to how older me feels. How adult is it to acknowledge you let two men live for you only to burden someone else with your troubles?

What duty do you mean? Those cookies are bad for your teeth.

Casa di bambola by Henrik Ibsen (4 star ratings)

He’s like the Norwegian playwright equivalent of Kenji Mizoguchi. This is a brilliant play by Henrik Ibsen which is also my first introduction to the author. This reminded me a lot of The Awakening by Kate Chopin. View all 5 comments. This leads up to a famous and infamous confrontation between husband and wife punctuated by Henrlk door slam heard ’round the world.

This was really great. It does make me wonder how far her words are going to carry. A really, really good play. I don’t believe Christine isn’t going to help her again.

This must be one of the most powerful plays ever written. You can read why I came to this hfnrik here.

Sitcoms weren’t invented obsen when this was published or perhaps those pristine wives might have proven inspiring role models. View all 4 comments. Nora has a problem since she had secretly forged a note for a loan to finance a trip to a warm climate when her husband was seriously ill.


View all 11 bamnola. Mrs Linde tells her the way it is, she takes the matters into her own hands to save her friends suffering and what she does for Nora at the end shows how powerful she is in more ways than one. It is a thing hundreds of thousands of women have done. I longed for her to fall under the pressure and the threats targeted at her left, right and centre.

I prefer using my own imagination rather than being delivered theatrics. I loved the denouement. Girls today may find it hard to believe the level of childishness that Nora needs to sink to, but their mothers and grandmothers will certainly be familiar with the scenario. Of course, it is this decision that has made the play so famous or infamous.

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It is not clear if one is to say this is the breakdown of a relationship abmbola the realization that a relationship never existed between the two main characters. I read this at a gulp. UNESCO has inscribed the autographed manuscripts on the “Memory of the world register” because of it’s historical value.

More than that I wanted her to get it over with already. Nora Helmer, the main protagonist, has a secret to conceal from her conservative husband. Those cute endearments that I just mentioned were in fact demeaning terms used by Torvald to describe his little plaything which Nora had become.