A Doll's House

How does Nora change over the course of the play?


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Nora experiences many changes as she evolves from a passive victim of society's expectations and becomes her own woman. She commits forgery for her husband, she lets go physically and mentally of the things she's been taught about being a woman since her childhood, and in the end she gives up everything in order to break the chains of marriage and more importantly liberates herself from being someone else's belonging.


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