What is the message of a doll house?

What is the message of a doll house?

The main message of A Doll’s House seems to be that a true (read: good) marriage is a joining of equals. The play centers on the dissolution of a marriage that doesn’t meet these standards.

What does a doll house symbolize?

The doll’s house represents a place where someone can manipulate all the dolls’ actions and encounters. Torvald manipulates his wife Nora, treating her like a doll in his home. The doll’s house represents a place where someone can manipulate all the dolls’ actions and encounters.

What does the last line of a doll’s house mean?

The last line of the play seems to suggest that maybe there is. Torvald is alone in the living room. Stage directions tell us that, A hope flashes across his mind and then Torvald says, The most wonderful thing of all? (3.381).

What is Nora’s miracle?

The miracle Nora refers to involves Torvald taking the responsibility for forging the loan documents. Nora fully believes that Torvald will make this sacrifice out of his love for her as she has done for him.

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