Wednesday, January 29, 2014


ibsen THE SCANDINAVIAN DRAMA: HENRIK IBSEN A DOLLS HOUSE IN A Dolls House Ibsen returns to the subject so vital to him,--the Social deception and Duty,--this time as soldieryifesting themselves in the sacred institution of the pedestal and in the position of char in her gilded cage. Nora is the beloved, honor wife of Torvald Helmer. He is an admirable man, rigidly honest, of high honourable ideals, and passionately devoted to his wife and children. In short, a replete(p) man and an enviable husband. Almost every mother would be olympian of such a match for her daughter, and the latter would construe herself providential to become the wife of such a man. Nora, too, considers herself fortunate. Indeed, she worships her husband, believes in him implicitly, and is certain(a) that if ever her safety should be menaced, Torvald, her idol, her god, would perform the miracle. When a woman loves as Nora does, nothing else matters; least of all, social, legal or clean considerations. The...If you want to get a full essay, put it on our website:

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