Character Analysis Of Characterism In A Doll's House

The Doll house Very little seems as it was first observed in A Doll’s House. Though Nora at first appears to be a silly, selfish girl, but then we learn that she has made great sacrifices to save her husband 's life and pay back her secret loan. She has realized her true strength and strikes out as an independent woman by the time the play ended. For all his faults, Torvald appears to be a loving, devoted and generous husband. Later, it becomes obvious that he is a shallow, vain man, who is only concerned about his public reputation; he is too feeble to deliver on his promise to protect Nora from her burden. The Helmer marriage appears perfect and affectionate, but turns out to be based on lies, play-acting, incommensurate and an unequal relationship. Krogstad appears to be an acrimonious, vindictive and an extortionist but when he is reunited with his true love, Mrs. Linde, he becomes more considerate, compassionate and magnanimous. Mrs. Linde, who first assumes to us to be self-sufficient, but feels "empty" at a closer look, especially, now that she has no one to look after, Dr. Rank acts the role of friend to the duo of Torvald and Nora and visits the duo daily just…show more content…
Linde and the Nurse assumed a character of a female that sacrificed herself to be accepted and to survive. Nora sacrifices herself in borrowing money to save Torvald; she equally loses the children she loves when she decides to pursue her own identity. Mrs. Linde sacrifices Krogstad, who is the true love of her life and marries a man she does not love in order to support her dependent relatives. In order to survive financially, the Nurse has to give up her own child take the responsibility of taking care of other people’s children. Since she has committed the sin of having a child out of wedlock, she thinks that she is lucky to have got a lowly job. During the time of Ibsen, stigmatization was meted at women who had illegitimate children, while the men responsible often escaped
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