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A Doll House I feel that this play was a great interpretation of what is was like to be a wealthy business man The play shows that even the wealthy have problems and are not living the perfect lives that people think they are There are many complex relationships in this play between the character of Nora First there is her relationship with Krogstad Krogstad loaned Nora a sum of money so she would be able to save her sick husbands life However no woman could sign a legal contract at the time so Noras father had to sign the contract in order for her to get the money Nora knew that her father was dying so she forged his signature Next there is her relationship with her husband Torvald Nora told Torvald that she got the money from her father So right away we find out that Nora has lied to two people one of whom is her own husband She lies to Torvald about the loan because he would be afraid that the rest of the town would find out and that would kill his dignity Torvald feels that there is no man who gives up honor for love When Nora finds out that Krogstad learned what she had done and threatens to tell Torvald if he gets fired She goes from a spoiled wife without a care in the world to a woman living in fear of what Torvald might find out Nora never had to care for anything her whole life She was spoiled by both her father and her husband She didnt even have to care for her children She only played with them when it was convenient with her When Torvald finds out what his wife has done he blows up in an outrage Shortly after reading the first letter another letter arrives it is from Krogstad saying that the loan did not
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