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30900741-Major-Works-Datasheet-5[1] - She underscores...

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AP English: Literature and Composition Name: Bessie Weisman Major Works Data Sheet
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Major Works Data Sheet Page 3 Characters Name Role in the story Significance Adjectives Nora Helmer Torvald Helmer Krogstad Mrs. Linde Dr. Rank Bob, Emmy, and Ivar Anne-Marie A wife in a restrained role carved out by society and her husband’s expectations. Nora’s husband Lends Nora money and blackmails her Nora’s childhood friend Torvald’s best friend The Helmer children The Helmers’ maid She is the protagonist who eventually comes to realize her self- worth and breaks away from her family. He restrains Nora and treats her like a child. His actions cause her to leave her home to start anew. By blackmailing Nora, Krogstad sets up a situation that forces her to realize the shallow and uncaring manner of her husband
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Unformatted text preview: She underscores Nora’s childlike mannerisms and adds some realistic commentary into the situation. He serves as a contrast to Helmer, who cares deeply about appearances. Dr. Rank is very uncaring of what others think of him and very acceptant of his imminent death. They are in the play to highlight Nora’s reaction to her restraining situation. Even though she seems to be a caring mother, she feels as if she needs to abandon her family to find herself. She transports the letters from Krogstad to Mr. Helmer and perpetuates the events that lead up to the climax of the play. Strong, rebellious Shallow, condescending Desperate, conniving Sensible, practical Unconcerned, accepting Young, innocent Practical, sacrificial Major Works Data Sheet Page 4...
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