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Nora Helmer in a A Dolls House is a women ahead of her time In order to protect her children from a false life she inflicts tragedy upon herself by leaving every thing she has by walking away She puts herself in this tragic situation by not being honest Nora lies to herself and the ones she cares about Before she leaves her life is not her own person she is carrying on life as a role Making others happy instead of herself A Dolls House by Henrik Isben is about a young woman and her life The main characters name is Nora Helmer She is married to a bank manager named Trovald In the early years of their marriage just after their first child Trovald becomes ill Doctors say that he will not live unless he goes abroad immediately Nora takes it upon herself and borrows two hundred and fifty pounds from a money leader named Krogstad She was dishonest with Trovald and said her father gave it to her It was illegal because she forged her dying fathers signature on the document Nora was unlike most women of her time period Most women would be afraid to do the things Nora did In the end of the play A Dolls House after the truth has been discovered about Nora she makes a very courageous decision It was not heard of for a woman to leave her family but Nora did She did this because she knew if she stayed with the children it would not be fair for them She was not best mother for her children even though she loved them like ant mother loves her children When we learn that the model for Nora was intelligent and ambitious everything falls in to place There is no need to wonder about motivation or changes of character sudden revelations Hardwick Nora is very wise in many of her ways She
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