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The detriment that society can cause to its inhabitants Societys role and how it defines each individual has always played a big role in how we as people are supposed to conduct ourselves Back in the late 1800s and early 1900s the roles of men and women were defined specifically Men were expected to be the bread-winners the person that supported the wife and the children with no help from the outside world The male role was defined as the superior and dominant gender in society that looked down on females The females role in life was to be the child-bearer or the person who took care of the house and raised the children That time period was the start of the womens rights movement where women were not willing to accept second billing to the male gender They wanted equal opportunities and equal treatment The main problem at that time was the frame of mind that the male gender was in They were taught to take no help from people and to be self-reliant and self-dependent In the play A Doll House societys restraints and expectations on men and women created problems for many of the characters At the beginning of the story Nora reveals to Mrs Linde that she has committed an illegal act and has broke the law Noras husband was very sick and the only way for him to get better was for him to go to Italy There was no way that they could afford the trip on their income To pay for the trip she borrowed money from one of the bank employees Krogstad Then to pay him back she worked odd jobs and bought the most inexpensive clothing and used the money she saved towards paying Krogstad back Nora has committed a serious crime by forging the signature of her grandfather She did not want to go to him because she did
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