Henrik Ibsen's "Doll's House" Analytical Essay by Neatwriter

Henrik Ibsen's "Doll's House"
A look at the character relationships in Henrik Ibsen's play "Doll's House".
# 61871 | 924 words | 1 source | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Oct 30, 2005 in Literature (World) , English (Analysis) , Drama and Theater (General)

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This paper describes the relationships between the characters in this play, the consequences of those relationships and why the marriage between Nora and Helmer is ultimately one that is shallow and based on hypocrisy.

From the Paper:

"Kristine Linde and Nils Krogstad are apparently two minor characters in Henrik Ibsen's play 'Doll's House'. When we meet them for the very first time, they are both surrounded by unfortunate circumstances. Kristine was Mrs. Linde windowed some ten years ago and finally returning to her town to acquire a job at the bank where Torvald Helmer is the manager. Nils Krogstad is in a subordinate position at the very same back and he is a widower with several children. Kristine and Krogstad had been close acquaintances at one time in the past. This is clear from Kristine's initial reaction at seeing Krogstad at Nora's house and her confession that she knew him."

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