|PDF Title:||A Doll’s House|
|Book File Type:||PDF Download / Read Online|
|PDF Author:||Henrik Ibsen|
|Publication Date:||Dec 04, 1879|
"A Doll's House" is a three-act play written by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, first published in 1879. The play is a critique of the gender roles and expectations prevalent in society at the time and is considered a landmark work of feminist literature.
The story follows Nora Helmer, a married woman who lives in a patriarchal society and is treated as a child by her husband. As the play progresses, Nora realizes the oppressive nature of her marriage and the limited options available to her as a woman. She ultimately makes a shocking decision that challenges societal norms and highlights the need for women's liberation.
The play has been praised for its complex characters, realistic dialogue, and social commentary.
"I have been performing tricks for you, Torvald. That's how I've survived. You wanted it like that. You and Papa have committed a great sin against me. It's your fault that I've become nothing but a shell of a person.
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