A Dolls’s House PR

This play was the one I enjoyed reading the most because it had a happy ending.
At first I was very angry at the situation Nora was in and I didn’t like her husband Torvald and I never did.

I didn’t like Nora either because she was fickle and foolish at first, this indicates that Nora’s role as a housewife was nothing more than a farce because, in fact, she had some freedom to make her own decisions, such as the one that changes her life at the end of the play.

The play was a breakthrough in questioning the traditional view of marriage, it suggested that marriage was authoritarian and controlling, but that if one was careful one could gain some freedom from one’s intolerant spouse, it suggested that marriage was like a doll’s house in which the doll should be free.

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