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In A Dolls House by Henrik Ibsen Nora doesnt follow the standard of behavior for women in the 1800s and is reprimanded by good and bad consequences soon thereafter Nora breaks the modus operandi for the women in the 19th century because of many raison detres foremost of course is the scrounging of money from Krogstad She borrowed without approval from Torvald and she had been paying it back for eight years Women in the epoch of this theatrical production werent permitted to borrow without authorization from their husbands Nora had to scrape every penny she could and take on copying for money The copying which is also inadmissible for women because a lady of Noras status isnt allowed to maintain a job Whenever she would buy clothes she always got the plainest outfit or made her own She borrowed the rites in order to disperse Torvalds illness which was a result of his assiduousness at work Another faux pas is Noras unremitting lies and deceit Basically she came up with one lie and had to come up with more to cover up the preceding others Many women probably lied during this time but it still brings about penalties Nora does most of these unheard of things not intentionally to hurt someone but possibly she thought it would help which to some extent it did Nora has indeed strayed from standards of behavior for good reasons but despite good intentions there will not be all good consequences The consequences resulting from Noras breaking of societys rules are both advantageous and adverse The good consequence would be the ultimately reaching of consciousness of her current state she finally realizes the way she is being treated and her wanting to gain independent lifestyle In the end Nora tells Torvald she is going to leave him until they can learn how to live like a normal connubial couple The bad is she will have to live
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