The Doll's House

In ''The Doll's House'' why did Kezia show the Kelveys the dollhouse? Did she have different motivations than Isabel did when she showed the house? Why or why not?

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Kezia Burnell is the younger and more pure Burnell sibling. I think Kezia is the most sympathetic of the rich children. The one thing that grabs her attention on the doll's house is the little realistic lamp. She doesn't understand why the Kelvey sisters aren't allowed to talk to them or see their doll house. Kezia has not yet learned to "hate" those less fortunate than her.