A Doll's House

Should Nora be the housewife a nineteenth century husband demands?

I want to hear other opinions. I personally disagree, but I understand why she did it.

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I think this story has feminist undertones to it. The idea is that Nora refuses to be Torvald's possession. She ultimately decides not to bury her identity in her husband.