"A Doll's House"
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This analysis of Henrik Ibsen's drama, "A Doll's House" provides a feminist critique of the play and in particular, the reasons why Nora is willing to sacrifice her security, her home, the children she loves and the husband she no longer loves in the name of autonomy and self-expression. The analysis also includes a discussion of Victorian norms and gender roles that limit such autonomy and self-expression.
From the Paper:"This paper was to explore feminism in the Victorian era as it is illustrated in Ibsen's A Doll's House. The writer reflected on contemporary norms and gender roles to gain insight into the even more limiting norms and gender roles.."
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