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Unformatted text preview: crimes and taking their punishment. But now Krogstad didn’t go that way. He got himself out by sharp practices, and that’s the real cause of his moral breakdown” (Ibsen1526). We then learn that Krogstad lent Nora some money, and Nora forged her father’s signature. Krogstad says that if Nora doesn’t get him his job back, that he will write Torvald a letter telling him what Nora did. Nora tries to talk to Torvald, and get Krogstad his job back, but Torvald refuses, saying “I can tel you it’d be impossible for me to work alongside him. I literally feel revolted when I’m anywhere near such a person” (Ibsen1527)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course ENC 1102 taught by Professor Barlow during the Spring '07 term at Valencia.
- Spring '07
- A Doll's House, Nora, Torvald, Krogstad