A Doll's House

nora's change from the beginning of the play to the end of act II, can best be desribed as

How Nora behavior changed

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I think that Nora goes from being confused and self conscious to becoming her own woman. She has decided she will no longer be Torvald's toy which he can elicit responses from at his will. Nora realizes that this idealized love she imagined doesn't really exist. She tells Torvald that "Our home has been nothing but a playroom...I was papa's doll-child". Nora eventually walks away from her dolls house and her controlled relationship; she walks out her own woman.