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Not only those who write, but also those who read are poets. Not long ago I found the book dusting on my bookshelf and desided to reread. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It is very difficult to watch or read the play and not react to Nora. The performance is based on a translation by Rolf Fjelde. As the problem of the forged promissory looms closer to disclosure, Nora becomes more frantic.
I first read this play many years ago as a college English major, and frankly it didn’t leave much of an impression on me at the time. Upon re-reading and really reading, rather than cramming in the last act acsa the lunch roomNora’s light and silly personality is so obviously faked that I could no longer hate her.
I want to feel this is a feminist play because there were still are many trapped under another person without the will or courage to break out.
Accepting blackmail from bamhole loaner is among them. There were lines that I objected to, that I thought could have been improved. I was more and more blown away as the play went on and by the last page, I was rendered speechless.
The Germans made Ibsen write that her husband makes her look in on her sleeping children before she goes, which causes her to relent and caaa with him, because she couldn’t bear to leave them. The ending to the play for him was so sad, especially after he revealed 2 major plot twists, which made me realise how strong of a character he is.
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She was childish, whiny, self-centred and obsessed with money over her children. Want to Read saving….
Her freedom from social scandal and likely jail is because Christine happened to have once been loved by the banker blackguard. Lasciare la tua casa, tuo marito e i tuoi figli! Almost everything Torvald says to Nora diminishes her as a person: He is often referred to as the “father of modern drama.
Explore the Home Gift Guide. See, she plans to run away to her friend Christine first the same Christine she didn’t take the time to send a letter to when her friend’s husband had died. And yes, they love each other….
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Casq we see them with a lovely home, two servants, three playful children, friends, and enough money to celebrate Christmas in the traditional way. That doesn’t really roll off the tongue as much, though. In an often infuriating way. With a message depending on the reader can be positive or negative and a metaphor that unequivocally all understand reading is placid and exasperating, a dichotomy that rarely works but here it succeeds perfectly. I wanted to see Nora dance her Tarantella.
Although I have some sympathy with German actress Hedwig Niemann-Raabe, who famously refused to perform the play unless Ibsen rewrote the ending, I don’t think changing it was the right decision from a literary point of view. Sembra svampita la donna, tutta feste, regali, ninnoli e dolciumi.
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More than that I wanted her to get it over with already. I actually thought this. I’ve lived by performing tricks for you, Torvald.
You can forgive the only human being? I could hear his bitchy inner junior high school girl complaining to Nora about the woman he had been talking to before his two faced nature has had the chance to show itself.
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She will always be subject to moral condemnation, but she’s intriguing—even in her twittishness—because she isn’t entirely right or wrong I don’t think that I liked the actors too much. Now I am convinced that she really is a twit, but now I ascribe some of her twittishness to the artificiality of drama itself, especially at the end of the nineteenth century.
Now that I come to look at it, I’ve lived here like a pauper — simply from hand to mouth. This must be one of the most powerful plays ever written. Ho altri doveri che sono altrettanto sacri.