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Euripides' Medea and Ibsen's Nora

society has determined what their roles are and how long they are to enact them. Enter Nora and Medea, who both prove to have min...

Women’s Refusal in Euripides’ Medea and Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

to her on the basis of her sex. To further complicate her situation, she was an exile from her primitive Colchis homeland, forced...

Empowerment in A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen and Medea by Euripides

they professed to love, with Medea most certainly taking the deed to great extremes. It is important for the student to understan...

Ibsen's "A Doll's House", Nora's True Character

This essay pertains to Ibsen's "A Doll's House" and discusses the character of Nora. Five pages in length, four sources are cited...

A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen and the Importance of the Financial Contract Between Krogstad and Nora Helmer

is able to whisk her husband off to a warmer climate, which has the desired effect and Torvald regains his good health. However, ...

A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen and the Feminist Journey Undertaken by Nora Helmer

She relies on him for everything, from movements to thoughts, much like a puppet who is dependent on its puppet master for all of ...

Comparing Antigone, Medea, and Nora Helmer

In three pages this paper compares and contrasts three major female theatrical protagonists Sophocles' Antigone, Euripides' Medea...

'Trunk Theater' and Euripides' Medea

In five pages this paper examines a 'trunk theater' rural school production of Medea, the Greek tragedy by Euripides....

Play and Film Versions of A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

This paper consists of six pages in which comparisons are made between Oedipus and Ibsen's heroine Nora Helmer along with a compar...

Contrasts and Comparisons between Medea and Clytemnestra

In reaction, the nurse relates that Medea, "the hapless wife, thus scorned...lies fasting, yielding her body to her grief, wasting...

Assessment of Arguments Presented by Medea and Jason in Euripides’ Medea

Medea would also benefit: "What luckier chance could I have come across than this, An exile to marry the daughter of the king? It ...

Self Esteem and Bird Imagery in A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

In six pages this essay considers the connection between Nora's self esteem and the bird imagery Ibsen employs in A Doll's House. ...

A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen and the Theme of Illusion

same as if it were a dolls house, it is built on illusion and fantasy. Within the dolls house Nora become the doll, possibly livin...

A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen and Nora's Character

In seven pages this paper presents a character analysis of Nora Helmer as featured in Henrik Ibsen's social drama A Doll's House. ...

Comparative Analysis of A Streetcar Named Desire and A Doll's House

the norm. It was something that perhaps stemmed from the authors fear, but for whatever the reason he created this female monster ...

Self Image of Women in the Works of Kate Chopin and Henrik Ibsen

hotel owners son Robert, whose role in life seems to be entertaining the young wives while maintaining a safe enough distance so n...

Wives' Lives in Othello and A Doll's House

In five pages this paper discusses the similarities and differences in wifely roles between Desdemona in William Shakespeare's Oth...

Virginia Woolf’s Descriptions of Literary ‘Beacons’ Antigone and Desdemona Applied to Nora in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

heroine is willing to risk her life by defying King Creon in order to give her warrior brother Polynices the proper burial he was ...

Virginia Woolf and Ibsen

When she is speaking of the characters of Desdemona and Antigone, which is important to examine in order to compare to the charact...

Nora and the "Wonderful Thing"

her husband, but she commits fraud when she signs her fathers name to the bond (Ibsen, 2004). (We can assume that her father was w...

Nora in A Doll’s House

her husband. She has little identity and really does not seem interested in finding much of an identity. However, as the story evo...

Chopin’s Edna and Ibsen’s Nora

after the stories are done. In the beginning of both of the novels the women seem to be relatively happy, and perhaps ignorant, ...

Ibsen and Shakespeare/Doll's House and Much Ado About Nothing

in order to obtain the loan. At this point in the nineteenth century, married women were not allowed to own property or carry out ...

Greek Tragedy and Naturalist Theater

in drama, as well as two of the most destructive. This paper compares and contrasts the plays that bear their names. Discussion H...

A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen and Nora and Torvald Helmer

beginning of the story she is simply a doll, a pretty thing that plays her role as the good wife and mother. As one author notes, ...

Antigone of Sophocles and Nora of Ibsen

not a political drama, but the battle of wills between two family members -- Creon and his niece, Antigone. It does not take much ...

Nora in A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen

she is essentially immersed in her role. But, as the story develops we begin to wonder if all of these characteristics of being ch...

Tragic Personality of Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen

of this play, we find Ibsens comments for what he called his "modern-day tragedy," He says, "There are two kinds of moral law, tw...

Nora Helmer in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House and Edna Pontellier in Kate Chopin's 'The Awakening'

In six pages these two female protagonists are contrasted and compared with their respective self images also considered. There a...

Nora Helmer's Innocence in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House

husband Torvald, belittle their women and define their mates based on their potential as a companion, housekeeper, and the ability...