A Doll's House

why is it important that kezia acts differently?

why do we need to know that kezia acts different from the other characters in the short story of the doll's house.

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Unlike the other characters in A Doll's House, Kezia is the epitome of youthful purity and innocence. She is the only character able to see past societal boundaries, in fact, she doesn't even understand societal boundaries. Why is it important that we know this? I'm not sure I understand where that part of the question is going, as her innocence is impossible to miss.