A Doll's House

In Act 3, In what way does Helmer's speech on happiness dramatize the apperance versus reality of this scene?

Act 3

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Torvald is all about the illusion of marriage according to him. He sees appearances as his reality. He sees Nora as almost a caricature. He isn't concerned about Nora's happiness rather than Nora's appearance of happiness.