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Without tragedy interfering ones present life will be affected and in many ways dependent on their past Pertaining to the play A Dolls House one could say that the present is pregnant with the past In A Dolls House there is a great deal of the past that is still a major part of the present day There are many characters in this play that who have a past that is altering their present situation Nils Krogstad who is a lawyer in the play is living a life of hard times right now because he is paying the consequences for his wrong-doings in his past His past actions and choices are affecting what happens and what he does in the present day With ones present situation being affected then it is clear that the results of that will affect the future that is in store for them Most of the characters in the play have a past that has made the present day a rough and worrisome time Although there is an instance in this play where the past of one man has blessed him with many advantages Torvald Helmer had made choices in his past that supplied many benefits for him in the future Christine Linde who is a friend of the Helmers is suffering from the decisions she made in her earlier days There is one character in particular who one may say that the past she is carrying may be a set of twins pertaining to the pregnancy of the past awkward Nora Helmer had made many choices in her earlier days that have made her future hard and very worrisome Overall there is not a person on this earth that who will not be affected by the choices they heshe makes in their hisherpast The characters in A Dolls House are just a few examples of the effects that good and bad choices have on the future of an individualNils
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