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The events begin to succeed each other more and more rapidly and the circle begins to spin around her We find that for saving her husbands life Nora has committed forgery and Krogstad is ready to use this information in order achieve his goals if I produce this document in court youll be condemned791 This element gives us a hint of women condition in a deeply- rooted man thought society In addition Dr Rank who had a lethal disease confesses his love for her You know now that Im at your service body and soul802 All these events make the circle tighten and spin faster around Nora who can hardly resist to this pressure and seeks the relief in wildly dancing the tarantella a dance wich she transforms into a life and death one This dance can also be viewed as an one of the key element that permits us to say that shes passing from a state of passive victim to a n early state of active agent Nora dances more and more widly Helmer s tands by the stove giving her repeated directions as she dances she does not seem to hear them 808 All the other charactersreactions words and attitudes form the chain wich unbearably surrounds Nora and wich she will finally break liberating herself from the lie she has been living in for many years-she firmly tells Helmer her decision I cant stay here with you any longer Im leaving here at once821 In addition to this intimate inter-independence between Nora and the other four important characters viewed as a whole is the complexity of Helmers wife as a dramatic personageCompared to the others Nora is the most round character one who we see evolving in contrast with Helmer or Dr Rank More precisely we discover two forms of evolution of this personage 1an external one produced in the readers mind as he
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