A Doll's House - character’s personality I conclude that...

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A Doll’s House Discuss the “miracle” from the point of view of Nora or Torvald. What is your miracle? In “A Doll’s House” written by Henrik Ibsen, When Nora, loving wife to loving huband Torvald, leaves that very man after an intense moment of heated and long brewing calamity, she claims they could be capable of becoming a family again only if “the greatest miracle of all” were to occur. Now, one could infer that Torvald, in his astonished state, might play host to a number of cerebrations. However, drawing from the textual insinuations, and in following with my understanding and impressions of this
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Unformatted text preview: character’s personality, I conclude that he believed the greatest miracle of all to be an entire revamp of both their personalities, to the core. This would of course mean Torvald forfeiting his position in the bank. It would also call for an epipheanic revelation occurring on Nora’s behalf nothing short of the magnitude whereby Saul was transformed into Paul. This is also the only “miracle” I personally believe would fix Nora and Torvald’s marriage, which, beyond any reasonable suspicion, at the end of “A Doll’s House”, laid in smithereens....
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