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Torvald fascinates beauty and appearances to bring his own character up or to give himself a higher status Furthermore his attitudes do not change throughout the story line Torvald is a follower of the society and he just cant understand the other side of life Doing into more depth Torvald just cant understand what Nora means by something glorious Torvald is a person who only understands one side of life and he never changes his opinions The main points that never changes are prejudges the way he looks at Nora selfishness and his understanding of society Then on the other hand there happens a huge change in Torvald which he understands when Nora lives him Torvald is a character which is the exact opposite of Nora This opposite is the key or the door to Noras act in the end of the play On page 97 Nora says You do not understand me Furthermore Nora says on page 99 the following thing I picked up the same taste as you Or I just pretended to These two quotes really show or explain that Torvald and Nora are two different people Doing into more depth Torvald is a character which has many different sides to himself These different or new sides open up or became known every suddenly and on very unexpected scenes The usual character side which is known the most is when Torvald is very polite nice and caring On page 3 Torvald says Whos hanging her head is it my little skylark This quote shows or gives an impression that Torvald really cares about Nora and other people Furthermore the use of little names such as skylark or squirrel cause Noras character to seem or became more dependent on Torvald On page 5 Torvald says There little birds that like to fritter money This is another vivid example when Torvald brings his character up by lowering others or making them dependent on him
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