A Doll's House

A Doll's House - Hendrix 1 Renesha L Hendrix Frankye Adams...

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Hendrix 1 Renesha L. Hendrix Frankye Adams- Johnson ENG 205-12 February 16, 2011 “A Doll’s House” Understanding the Play 5. The comment reveals that Nora is submissive and allows her husband to control her and their relationship. She admits that she gave in to him, instead of asking him if it was a good idea. 6. Torvald feels that if he allowed his wife or others to influence, he would be the laughing- stock in front of his employees at the bank. He fires Krogstad because he was too friendly, and felt that he caused embarrassment to him. 7. Nora feels that the day when Torvald reads the letter from Krogstad, he would take the blame for the forgery and take control of the situation, and that is what she is waiting for. 8. Mrs. Linden took Nora’s words, that the things that are suppose to happen, must happen and that when it does, something good is going come of it. Mrs. Linden tells Krogstad to leave the letter because she believes that the truth have to be told. 9.
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