Unformatted text preview: Kyle’s family thinks she is the bad person. On the other hand, Kyle drank all day, every day. Drunk all of the time. He became impotent and abusive. Now, until everyone in Kyle’s family is informed of these issues, they won’t understand what Beth had to deal with and continue to believe that she is an awful person. However, when Tabloid Magazine interviews Beth, they publish the problems to society. Now society can understand the facts and trace fate back to Kyle’s alcoholism. I didn’t use symbolism in this just to make the point about how the audience/society can relate the symbols in the play to the fate of the relationship. Ibsen needed to use this technique to communicate the most unusual feminism movement, without being too obvious. I believe he was trying to catch the attention of the audience to force them to recognize how critical foundations are to a healthy relationship, all while using symbolic ploys to reel the attention in....
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- Spring '08
- A Doll's House, Henrik Ibsen, Dolls, Kyle, Tell-tale, Journal Entry Unit