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The Doll House: Nora Helmers revolution
trial neglected to take account of the artistic truthfulness of the slammed door and its aftermath. Related Characters: (speaker Related Symbols: Page Number and Citation: 5, oh, sometimes I was so tired, so tired. When Krogstad, softened by Christines promise to marry him and care for his motherless children, returns the bond, Torvald destroys it and is willing to take back his little singing bird. Torvald Helmer, torvald Helmer, the newly promoted manager of a bank. Other examples of manipulation are having a nanny take care of her children, having Mrs. Nora, realizing the shallow basis of his love for her as a doll-wife, leaves Torvald to find her own personality away from him. Like the fish girl outfit, these clothes are artificial; they are a costume and at the table, Torvald is put in a role where the costume is not appropriate and his "dollness" becomes apparent. Only an innocent creature can brave the perils of the outside world to find her identity. Noras father would force his beliefs on her and she would comply with them lest she upset him; she would bury her personal belief under Papas. As soon as the bond is returned, Torvald becomes himself again, wants his pet reinstated, and is eager to forget the whole affair.
The play opens to a nicely decorated living room.
Nora Helmer enters though the front door, dressed in her outdoor clothes and carrying lots.
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Torvald also regularly refers to her and treats her as a child, for example, by forbidding her from eating macaroons, something she does anyway despite her promises of total obedience to him. They are also the only characters who are not doll like. Under the surface, Rank is suggesting that Nora should not be a doll. Her whole life is a construct of societal norms and the expectations of others. "A Doll's House - a Study Guide." Cummings Study Guides. She decides that she can no longer be happy in her life and marriage, and resolves to leave Torvald and her home in order to find a sense of self and learn about the world. He is baffled when Nora says that she no longer loves him and is leaving him. She has been his "child-wife" and his "doll." The monologue in which she calmly confronts Torvald serves as one of Ibsen's finest literary moments.
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