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Who is responsible for Noras childish behavior which lead to her departure Surely she is part accountable or is her husband and father fully to blame because they treated her like an infant Though it is difficult to point the blame entirely on a specific character in play it is easy to presume that everyone had a part in Noras childish behavior Throughout the entire play Nora is constantly being treated as a young child Torvald is the main character responsible for his wifes childish behavior For example he is always calling Nora by a pet name such as little sky-lark or little squirrel as though she is his daughter rather then his spouse He also restricts Nora from certain privileges as a father would like denying her the right to eat macaroons because it will ruin her teeth Even Mrs Linde Noras close friend thinks she is a spoiled brat because Noras father and husband have money Mrs Linde states that Nora has never had any problems because daddy always paid the bills and took care of her through comments like I havent any father I can fall back on for the money Nora and you havent known much trouble or hardship in your own life Nora is also responsible for her childish behavior not just her husband and father like she states at the end of the play Nora proves to be more of an adult then Torvald thinks her to be because of the loan she took out with Krogstad and the jobs she occupied to pay the loan back Though Nora took out the loan and is paying it back evening bragging to Mrs Linde that she has a sense for business she still seems to be childish in the way she is handing the loan For instance when Mrs Linde asked how many payments she had left she said I cant tell exactly Also when Nora forged her
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