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Ibsen's A Doll's House, Kafka's Metamorphosis, and Human Limitation

In five pages this paper contrasts and compares the works by Henrik Ibsen and Franz Kafka in a consideration of each author's pres...

Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler and A Doll's House and the Theme of Confinement

The ways in which confinement in its various forms such as psychological, social, financial, and emotional are thematically repres...

Feminist Ideology in Henrik Ibsen's, A Doll's House

This paper addresses the ways in which Ibsen's social, literary work, A Doll's House provides a retrospective of feminist ideology...

Women's Roles in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House and George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion

In seven pages this paper compares protagonists in each play in a consideration of what they reveal about women's roles. Two sour...

Comparative Analysis of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House and Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman

him long ago, or at the very least, not promoted him. In this we see Willy blaming his new boss for his position. He puts the blam...

Men in Henrik Ibsen's Social Dramas Hedda Gabler and A Doll's House

partner. He makes frequent animal comparisons to his wife, referring to her as "my little lark" (43) or "my squirrel" (44). Thes...

Feminist Analytical Comparison of Sophocles' Antigone and Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House

father who controlled every aspect of her life. When she married bank employee Torvald Helmer, she was merely exchanging a father...

Comparative Analysis of Female Heroines in Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler and A Doll's House

Nora Helmer and Hedda Gabler are contrasted and compared in 5 pages in terms of life perceptions, relationships, intellect, and pe...

Setting of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House

himself as child was to give puppet performances, for his siblings as well as for other children in the town. Think of how a pupp...

Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

One could argue that perhaps Ibsen told the press he was not a feminist in order to get the media off his back, but the...

Act II: Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

and his life. He does not allow, or expect her to be anything more. He berates her like a child for spending money and for eating ...

Making a Movie Out of Henrik Ibsen's Play A Doll's House

should convey a sense of the strength that is reflected in Nora. The adornments and the furnishings are only accessories to the s...

Symbolism, Symbols, and Themes in Jean Anouilh's Antigone and Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House

standing up rights and truth. In Henrik Ibsens play "A Dolls House" there are many symbols which represent different aspect...

The Problem of Free Will and How It is Treated in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

will is responsible for the subsequent chain of events. Therein is the problem of free will. If it in fact exists, how...

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...

Ibsen's "A Doll's House" - Masculinity And Marriage

are no different in this regard, inasmuch as they are inherently diverse by nature yet are also further divided by social dictates...

Contextual, Cultural, and Historical Influences on Henrik Ibsen’s 1879 Social Drama, A Doll’s House

of Norway. Interestingly, Ibsen observed a year before the completion of A Dolls House in his text Notes for a Modern Tragedy, "T...

Personal Growth and Ibsen's "A Doll's House"

with his manly independence, to know he owed me anything!" (Ibsen Act I). When Torvald finds out about her deception and the sca...

Marxist Perspective, Ibsen's The Doll's House

This essay indicates that Barry Witham and John Lutterbie's Marxist analysis of "The Doll's House" is accurate and provides insigh...

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...

Shepard, Ibsen, Hare, and Shakespeare Character Sketches

is certain he will. Nora then discloses how she borrowed the money for their trip to Italy and has been struggling to pay it back ...

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. ...

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...

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...

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 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...

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...

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 ...