A Doll's House

A Dolls house

How do the characters in A Doll’s House appear to be fully human and multidimensional? How are his heroines imperfect and the villains not without some merit or a point of view?

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This question is a little larger than this forum can support.  However, when Nora takes out a loan to support the care of Torvald's health and then pay that loan back, we see that she is hardly the Victorian woman Torvald expects her to be.  She has many dimensions; she is rebellious in small ways when, for example, she eats macaroons and lies about such eating.  All in all, her strength that has been there all along is finally shown when she stands up to Torvald and ultimately leaves the marriage.