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Blarg

a dolls house
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Nicole Natalie

on 3 February 2011

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Transcript of Blarg

A Doll's House What evidence in the play supports the theme concerning the characteristics of a successful marrige? Good vs. Bad Marrige An example of a good marriage is when Mrs. Linde came back from a long time away and she and Mr. Krogstad got back together. Mrs. Linde and Mr. Krogstad had been together before, but the fact that they had gotten back together proved that they both were willing to forgive and forget past disputes. Mr. Krogstad and Mrs. Linde both had something major in common, (the love of working,) which drew them together again. They both got along well and didn’t need to manipulate each other to be happy. These factors are what had made Mrs. Linde and Mr. Krogstad get back together. Helmer: Nora!—No, I must read it once again—. Yes, it is true! I am saved! Nora, I am saved!

Nora: And I?

Helmer: You too, of course; we are both saved, both you and I. Look, he sends you your bond back. He says he regrets and repents— that a happy change in his life—never mind what he says! We are saved, Nora! No one can do anything to you. Oh, Nora, Nora!—no, first I must destroy these hateful things. Let me see—. (Takes a look at the bond.) No, no, I won't look at it. The whole thing shall be nothing but a bad dream to me. (Tears up the bond and both letters, throws them all into the stove, and watches them burn.) There—now it doesn't exist any longer. He says that since Christmas Eve you— these must have been three dreadful days for you, Nora.

Nora: It is perfectly true, Torvald. When I was at home with papa, he told me his opinion about everything, and so I had the same opinions; and if I differed from him I concealed the fact, because he would not have liked it. He called me his doll-child, and he played with me just as I used to play with my dolls. And when I came to live with you—

Helmer. What sort of an expression is that to use about our marriage?

Nora (undisturbed). I mean that I was simply transferred from papa's hands into yours. You arranged everything according to your own taste, and so I got the same tastes as your else I pretended to, I am really not quite sure which—I think sometimes the one and sometimes the other. When I look back on it, it seems to me as if I had been living here like a poor woman—just from hand to mouth. I have existed merely to perform tricks for you, Torvald. But you would have it so. You and papa have committed a great sin against me. It is your fault that I have made nothing of my life.
Mrs. Linde. Two on the same piece of wreckage would stand a better chance than each on their own.

Krogstad. Christine I…

Mrs. Linde. What do you suppose brought me to town?

Krogstad. Do you mean that you gave me a thought?

Mrs. Linde. I could not endure life without work. All my life, as long as I can remember, I have worked, and it has been my greatest and only pleasure. But now I am quite alone in the world—my life is so dreadfully empty and I feel so forsaken. There is not the least pleasure in working for one's self. Nils, give me someone something to work for

Krogstad. I don't trust that. It is nothing but a woman's overstrained sense of generosity that prompts you to make such an offer of yourself.

Mrs. Linde. Have you ever noticed anything of the sort in me?

Krogstad. Could you really do it? Tell me—do you know all about my past life?

Mrs. Linde. Yes.

Krogstad. And do you know what they think of me here?

Mrs. Linde. You seemed to me to imply that with me you might have been quite another man.

Krogstad. I am certain of it. A bad marriage may consist of dishonesty, unhappiness, or a disliking of the other. Nora and Torvald didn’t have anything in common and hardly ever saw each other for a while. Those inconsistencies will add up over time and the marriage won’t be worth it at that point. Nora and Torvald weren’t truthful to each other, which winded up ending their marriage. Torvald had manipulated Nora to do what he wanted and didn’t even consider what Nora might’ve wanted to do, even though Nora would’ve done anything for Torvald either way. In the end, Nora realized how much she was treated like a doll, being forced to do others’ commands and have them live through her life by their standards. Nora left Torvald to go do what she wanted to do without others telling her differently
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