A Doll's House

What does Nora's Tree decorating and chattering at the end of act one reveal about her character?

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This scene illustrates Nora's most dominant trait, that of childishness. She wants nothing more than to be taken care of like a little girl. The decorating and the chattering are signs of immaturity.


A Doll's House