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Difference in Response to The Doll HouseA Dolls House is a play written by Henrik Ibsen in 1879 depicting the marriage between Nora and Torvald Helmer Nora and Torvald fell in love with the conceptions of each other not their real selves which in the end causes the marriage to fall apart when they are faced with reality A Dolls House is set in nineteenth-century Europe It is the story of Nora a typical housewife and Torvald her husband They have three children and live in a beautiful house where all of the action takes place The story reveals that when Torvald was sick and the only way to save him was to go to Italy Nora borrowed a large sum of money from the bank without his knowledge to finance the trip Being a woman at this time however she needed someone to sign the loan for her When unable to ask her father for he was on his deathbed Nora forged his signature This comes to haunt her later when Nils Krogstad the banker who she borrowed money from blackmails her As the truth unfolds and Torvald finds out about Noras secret he is extremely mad and calls her a liar and says she cannot bring up their children Torvald is more concerned about their image and what people will think than anything else However when Torvald receives a second letter from Krogstad with the promissory note stating that Krogstad will not use it against him Torvald tries to take back all the mean things he said Nora decides that she does not love Torvald anymore because their marriage is superficial and because he doesnt treat her as an equal She leaves her children and plans to go back where she came from to try and find herselfMy sister and my mother disagree on the theme of A Doll House The conflict they have is whether or not A Doll House is a
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