A Doll's House (Aziloth Books) (Paperback)

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In 'A Doll's House', Ibsen questions the subservience of married women and their role in the family. The play follows the development of Nora, whose life of wifely comfort and apparent careless domesticity is thrown into turmoil by the appearance of Krogstad, who threatens to reveal a fraud she has committed to aid Torvald, her husband. When the truth finally is revealed, rather than praising Nora for the risks she has taken to aid him, Torvald rejects his wife as a destroyer of his career and status. This repudiation effects a change in Nora and she decides - to Torvald's consternation and horror - to abandon her 'little woman' role, and live life on her own terms.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781907523564
ISBN-10: 1907523561
Publisher: Aziloth Books
Publication Date: October 15th, 2010
Pages: 110
Language: English