How Nora was a victim and victimizer in A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

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It is easy to forget how far our society has come in the last hundred years in recognizing the equality of all people. Often when we take a look into the past what we see is very shocking. Such is the case in a Doll House by Henrik Ibsen. Here we see Nora presented as a victim of her father and male dominated society; however she also plays the role of victimizer against her husband, …

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…she thinks she loves and in doing so sees how she has become a victim of her own ignorance which has been brought upon her by the men in her life. Works Cited Hunker, James. Iconoclast a Book of Dramatist. New York: Charles Schribner's Sons, 1925 Ibsen, Henrik. A Dolls House. Drama. Ed. Robert DiYanni. Burr Ridge IL: McGraw- Hill, 2000. 331-379 Weigand, Herman J. The Modern Ibsen a Reconsideration. Freeport, NY: Books For Libraries Press, Year.