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Hedda Gablers personality type is of a different character than Nora Helmers She expresses herself wickedly for her own enjoyment not caring of other peoples feelings Hedda has feelings of confinement and frustration with her life and directs her bottled up energy at people with an ill temperament Life becomes for Hedda a ridiculous affair that isnt worth seeing to the end Life isnt tragiclife is ridiculousand thats what I cant bear Henrik Ibsens Notes Hedda doesnt want to know and face the reality that shes pregnant For her this would mean she is permanently trapped in her life with no chance of escaping Hedda ended up married to her husband George Tesman because of a lie that she told to him about liking a house that he was writing about to make him feel better From there she was trapped because he was the only man to ask for her hand and was stuck in a loveless relationship Whereas Nora married Torvald because she fell in love with him when they were younger Hedda is living in an apollonian society but has a great dionysian side to her personality She wants Eilert Loveborg to come back with vine leaves in his hair and fantasizes of romantic deaths HEDDA What do you intend to do LOVEBORG Nothing Just put an end to it all The sooner the better HEDDA coming a step closer Eilet Loveborg - listen to me Couldnt you arrange that - that its done beautifully LOVEBORG Beautifully Smiles With vine leaves in my hair as you used to dream in the old days- Hedda 287 Hedda supplies Eilert with the pistol to kill himself with so he would make her fantasy of a romantic tragedy come true When it doesnt and turns into a mess where she will be the one blamed Hedda is pushed over the edge and losses complete control She can no longer handle her confined impulsive feelings and
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