A Doll’s House PDF is a play written by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. It is a type of three-act play in prose by Henrik Ibsen. This play-wright was premiered at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark on 21st December 1879. This play got so much critical attitude as it is against 19th-century marriage norms. The genre of Modern tragedy, problem play, naturalistic and realistic is the best suitable categorization for this play.
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A Doll’s House PDF, Epub – Review, And Details:
The setting of the drama plays at the home of the Helmer family in an unspecified Norwegian town or city, circa 1879. Henrik Ibsen designed this play under the light of the subject, The awakening of middle-class wife and mother.
LIST OF CHARACTERS:
Following is the list of characters, who played in the drama,
- Nora Helmer: wife of Torvald
- Torvald Helmer: Nora’s husband
- Dr. Rank: a rich family friend
- Kristine Linde: Nora’s old school friend
- Nils Krogstad: an employee at Torvald’s bank
- The Children: Ivar, Bobby, and Emmy (Nora and Torvald’s children)
- Anne Marie: Nora’s former nanny
- Helene: the Helmer’s maid
- The Porter: delivers a Christmas tree to the Helmer household.
Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll House PDF revolves around the values of money and the ways women navigate a landscape. During that time, when this playwright was designed, women were not allowed to conduct business or handle their own money. They needed approval from their father, husband, or brother before they could conduct any transaction. This fault leads to committing fraud, Nora. As she left her husband and children because she wanted to discover herself.
About The Author (Henrik John Ibsen):
Henrik John Ibsen was born on March 20, 1828, in Skien, Norway, and died on May 23, 1903, in Kristiania now Oslo. He was the most famous playwright of the late 19th century who introduced a new order of moral analysis to the European stage.