She had a passionate and devoted heart that was willing to do almost anything for her husband. Nora is proud that she borrowed money to save her husband’s life without his knowing it. She thoughtfully helps him keep his proud image of himself as the head of the family. She knows that he loves her for being pretty and
Initially Nora seems devoted to her marriage and her husband, “I would never dream of doing anything you didn’t want me to”. We see the sacrifices she’s made to keep what she has intact and her beloved alive. To all intents and purposes she is the model of loyalty. She appears to be utterly in love with Torvald, she “looks incredulously” at Mrs.Linde, “But, Kristine, is that possible?”, when faced with the prospect that someone could be or ever have been in a loveless marriage. She’s proud of her husband, “My husband has just been made Bank Manager!”, and queen to please him, “Oh, thank you, than... ... middle of paper ... ...for some miracle.
The girls will be taken care of financially with their portion of my life insurance that they are named beneficiaries on. My one request is that you do not stray away from my family that loves you so much. They need you as much as you need them and they love you very much. Promise me that you will not spend your time away from me alone. I want my sister Joelle to hook you up with somebody, she did a great job introducing the two of us.
However, as her brothers grow up, and being able to take care of themselves, she lost her hope at the same time. She sacrificed love to have the weight of her family on her shoulder. Another character who sacrificed was Nora. Nora sacrifices her true self to be the perfect and typical wife of the time period. She lives to please those around her instead of being true to herself.
Women were socially expected to abide by whatever their husbands desired, it was a woman's sacred duty to serve her husband and children. Throughout her life Nora had spent her time pleasing the men around her, first her father and then Torvald. As the reality erupted that her marriage to Torvald was loveless and not salvageable, she ignored Torvald's demand that she not leave him. He even made attempts to sway her decision by insinuating they could go on in the house as brother and sister. Her need to be a valued human in society had prevailed over the dependent, frail, creature that once belonged to Torvald.
The description of a wife is a woman, and she is a partner of her husband in the family. When a man and a woman are married together, they have different feeling at this time like happy and sad, successful and difficult, sickness in life, and rich and poor in life. After that, they agree all these happy and difficult to live together and become a wife and a husband legal. A wife always hopes that their love is unconditional love forever. A wife has sacrificed their lives to take care of her husband and her children in whole life.
Their household was an example of a traditional family's. Nora was the ideal wife who devoted herself to her husband and children. Her time and affection and pride revolved around her family. Torvald became ill and was in desperate need of medical help to stay alive, Torvald not having the money to fund his health needs worried Nora. In her obvious devotion to her husband, Nora goes out to fundraise for her husband's health.
She zoomed in on the moments that both built and broke down her and her daughter. However, the love and joy that being a parent still offers her is priceless. After, all if we don’t fall short, we did not try. My sister is now utilizing her reflection to assist her daughter in being a better mother. Now, as a grandmother to 2 kids, a boy 8 months old and a girl 3 years old, she can rectify her wrongs and demonstrate the rights.
Believe it or not, when you told me the good news about your step up, I was pleased not so much for you sake as for mine” (Ibsen 1817). Mrs. Linde’s response to Nora provides evidence that she has plenty experience with the outside world; she has had several occupations, as well encountering other issues. She does not allow her mother’s or husband 's death consume her. She understands that she has to be selfish because she can only depend herself, which is why when Nora shares her good news, Mrs. Linde admits that she sees it as an opportunity for her own excellence. Mrs. Linde figures The Helmer 's promotion could also benefit her.
Even though she has to work extremely hard and the burden is all on her, it reveals to us her character which is that she is an honorable wife, a reliable daughter, and a devoted sister. Mrs. Linde has to also give up her own needs of love and life to care for everyone else. Love didn’t force her to marry a rich man, the money did. Her life continually consists of working and tending to care for her mom and little brothers. It displays to us how reliable of a person... ... middle of paper ... ...inde’s advice and it just goes back to show us how Linde is incorporated in being a foil to Nora.