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A Dolls House by Ibsen is quite an interesting play if one is able to expose the various hidden characteristics of the characters in the play The protagonist of the play Nora is the most interesting Nora hides many things not only a loan but who she really is on the inside Noras husband Torvald is another character that disguises who he really is Krogstad an employee of Torvald is a man who is full of deceit he has forged many a time and is also quite good at committing blackmail The major characters in the play to some extent all mask their inner selves and come to a change within them First there is Nora Helmer Nora is a child she may look like a woman and posses enough years to be a woman but she is still at heart a child Her childishness creates her charm her danger and her destiny Salome 68 Nora allows her husband to treat her as though she actually is a child Torvald commonly refers to her as his little lark or his squirrel Is that my little lark twittering out there 1131 Torvald continues Is that my squirrel rummaging around 1131 Nora allows this treatment which greatly resembles how a father would talk to his daughter Nora and Torvald do not posses an equal marriage what they really have is a father-daughter relationship Through Noras acceptance of this treatment Nora hides who she really is Nora is stronger than she lets on Nora forged a loan with her deceased fathers signature and no mere child would have the bravery do perform such a crime This crime took courage she was also fueled by the love she held for her husband she would not sit idly by and allow her husband to die As she keeps this secret Nora takes a job to raise money to pay it back She claims It almost seemed to me as if
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