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To meet the needs of others characters are often faced with making important decisions In A Dolls House Nora Mrs Linden and the nurse must all make decisions crucial to the importance of their lives It is very evident throughout the story that these women must give up important aspects of their lives not only for themselves but also for others The nurse is a key importance in Noras life She has been the only mother Nora has known In order to be Noras mother however the nurse ultimately had to give up her own child When Nora is speaking with the nurse at one point she asks How could you have the heart to put your own child out among strangers The nurse tells her that she had to do it in order to take care of little Nora The nurse plays a major role in the lives of Noras children also She is responsible for being their mother when Nora is too busy to deal with them Now that Nora is leaving the nurse has no other choice but to be a mother to these children Nora is certain that her children are in good hands and will be raised well by the nurse By raising Nora and now Noras children the nurse seems to accept the fact that she gave up her own life to benefit others Mrs Linden is one of the strongest female characters in the story She knows that work is hard but it is something she needs in her life in order for happiness In the final scenes the reader discovers that Krogstad and Mrs Linden were once in love The only downfall to this is Mrs Linden was forced to give
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