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Dr. Rank’s cigar symbolises how he lit up Nora’s life by being the man around whom she could be herself, the accepting male figure in an otherwise unforgiving patriarchal society.
The burned out candles in Act 2 show how Nora has been living in the dark all along. Gendered Gifts Raised By a Nanny Women and Work Clothing “Look, here’s a new suit for Ivar, and a sword too. Here’s a horse and a trumpet for Bob; and here’s a doll and a doll’s bed for Emmy.” – pg149 I won’t see my children – I’m sure they’re in better hands than mine.” – pg231 Just like a woman” pg149 “she is in outdoor clothes” Understanding Easy to Understand Hard to Understand Nora’s Sacrificial attitude, going so far as to commit a crime to save Torvald’s life, and then later contemplating suicide to help save his good reputation, and while Nora obstinately believes in the miracle that Torvald will go out of his way to save her, there is no solid proof that it actually will happen, and Act 3 reveals that Torvald failed t even acknowledge that she was in the same room as him. Nora leaving her kids and husband, showcasing Ibsen’s belief that all sacrifices have a limit and that one should stop sacrificing when it is clear that there is no reciprocation; there should not be all give and no take (Nora) just as much as there should not be all take and no give (Torvald), especially since parents and other members of society encourage us to sacrifice without any thought for reciprocation as this showcases true kindness. Ibsen, however, considers this attitude to be unhealthy and at times detrimental to people as it limits them from even simple enjoyments in life. (Nora having to eat her macaroons away from Torvald)