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I found it a very unsatisfying read.

Non hai in queste cose una guida infallibile? I will reread this. I have difficulty with all dramatization, even in a regular audiobook.

One would think that Nora is a materialistic person while reading the first act, but it turned out that she was just trying to bamboola off the debt. You thought that I would have said that this play was good, ha ha. I always thought so. Being free requires us to release the brakes that anxiety represents in order to accept and appropriate our proper spiritual fulfillment or perhaps even to recognize, if that is what we in the end believe, that no such prospect is in store.

The story, while about four characters, was still not interesting. But the ending is what troubles, troubled and I am pretty sure will keep on troubling me.

Casa di bambola

Also, I get it – her husband babies her and treats her like a doll – a piece of property. She was at least trying to pay it off. It raises some important questions of true communication and finding yourself, not just for women but for all people.

Am I guilty bamboola I think Nora is twit? Despite being in a controlling marriage she had managed to be able to borrow money off her own accord, by herself. A real feminist would not marry an idiot for money not love and produce offspring with him only to scar them for life later by abandoning them.


Helmer has the bank manager’s position. How that is revealed is in a surprising ending for the times. What would Krogstag do then? For example, when she was allowing him to see her silk stockings for her costume. However, this act alone has been hailed as an early sign of feminism.

Kelly Hunter There is some debate as to the most appropriate English translation. He could have been patient. Nora Helmer is the wife baambola Torvald Helmer, and mother to his three children. What I’m sure was once compelling dialogue and intrigue really doesn’t have the same effect anymore- or any effect, for that matter.

There she is mad and is speaking her mind obsen Torvald. At the end a door is slammed, yet it sounds like a gunshot. Non che non ne sapessi nulla, chiariamo, ma prima di iniziare la lettura di questa opera teatrale mi sono informata molto meglio sul termine femminismo, su cosa voglia esprimere e comunicare.

George Bernard Shaw Notes. She had grown so accustomed to being what men wanted her to be, she was practically a doll who dressed, acted and spoke like her husband wanted. I can see her husband correcting her steps, a dark Geppeto holding the strings. What Nora feared most is that: Her decision put to mind two political philosophers: Only one star because it too her 8 years to work out what a jerk her husband was.

Nora plays with the children while Torvald chats with a friend in his study. Neither Nora nor her husband’s motivations or struggles dk much sense to me- like, seriously, nobody forges a signature without realizing that it’s illegal. If she was unhappy with her husband, I could probably understand leaving h I had to read this play for school and I have to say that I did not like it at all.


Casa di bambola by Henrik Ibsen (4 star ratings)

To ask other readers questions about Casa di bambolaplease sign up. A childish hope or was it parts the callous voice that thought it for the best her friend go off to die by himself without a kind word for him. She was apparently going to leave anyway so what does that matter? Around the Year i Isn’t it your duty to your husband and children?

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And after all that Nora, his wife, decides she doesn’t love him and needs to go and be on her own because him and her father controlled her like a doll all her life. See, she plans to run away to her friend Christine first the same Christine she didn’t take the time to send a letter to when her friend’s husband had died.

I doveri verso me stessa. Lasciare la tua casa, tuo marito e i tuoi figli! Thinking back, I don’t know why – there must come a point in terminal illness where death is preferable, surely? If t I did not like this book because the main character got on my last nerves. Mrs Lind who happens to be a widow who’s looking for a job. Nora says she is leaving, now, in the middle of this night, and she’s not taking the children. They are often more poetical than the poet himself.