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A Doll's House Quiz 2

1. When Nora leaves the sitting room to change into street clothes, this symbolizes

  • her realization that she must take her children away from Torvald in order to raise them properly
  • her hatred of Torvald
  • her desire to look like Mrs. Linde
  • her break with her given role as mother and wife

2. When Nora tries to leave the house in order to commit suicide while Torvald is reading Krogstad's letter, she throws on Torvald's domino, symbolizing

  • her desire to expose him to the world's scorn
  • her desire to take Torvald's problems upon herself, sparing him the pain
  • her desire to steal from him as he has stolen from her
  • her dislike of the garment

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