ISCUSS THE THEME OF HOW IT REFLECTS TO THE PLAY

A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A Dollas House

A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A The Dollas house by Henrick Ibsen was known for its presentation of 19th century society with its characteristic ideology regarding family and life if women. He effectively conveyed the dissatisfaction suffered by the then female society due to the materialistic and dominating attitude of the male especially in the name of marriage bond. A  The heroine of the lat Nora is presented as a creation of her father and her husband. Both of them treated her like a doll. The traits and thought pattern Nora develops through to continuous interference of her husband even in the strictly personal matters lead to the disintegration of the family. A Women are expected to behave according to some pre-defined pattern. Any deviation from that path will not be accepted by the society. A The money-oriented outlook can be seen everywhere and with everyone. Stenport considers Nora as an a?economic beinga and her relation to the husband, sex for money. But the extent it affects the common life of the ordinary people is brutal and astonishing. Torvald , who care more about his personality and reputation is also money minded. He judges money and materialism as a way to avoid the complications of personal contact.

A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A The first act itself shows the acquiescent attitude of Nora to her husband. Even if she is able to do things her own esp. dancing she seeks the help of her husband to teach her. But the surprising fact is that Torvald wish his wife to be dependent on him for each and everything. Only being a husband to her he is highly demanding. But he never trusts her with money. Torvald fears that she will spend money on candy and pastry. A  According to the play the first interactions between Nora and Torvald is that of money which measures the real bond between the human beings till the end. It brings the gender difference, class and even the ethical values of the characters. Nora over joys because of her husbandas new position in the bank. A She hopes to get more money for her needs. Nora is never free to use the money according to her wish. A There is restriction form Torvald and he stresses that Nora lacks the skill to handle money matters. A Torvald also never expects her to interfere in that. Nora obeys or seems to be pleased by Torvaldas attitude. A  But to avoid further complication he always gives her what she wants. Torvald love also counts like the money he acquires from his job. The supremacy over his wife and her silent obedience somehow satisfies him. Bu he is outstanding to her only in the amount of money he makes.

A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A Nora never reveals the hidden secret to Torvald. Not only her husband but also Krogstad the one from whom she borrowed money, place their relations on the base of the dealings with money. Life and affairs are a kind of dealings for both the predominating male characters. A  For Torvald, he is found more affiliated to the physical appearance of his wife. A consumerist mentality due to adherence to money matters is the leading force that controls the life from beginning to end. A This forces her to say a?free. To be free, absolutely free. To spend time playing with the children. To have a clean beautiful house, the way Torvald likes it.a? She is continuously dragged from her thoughts about home and children and forced to do a favor for Krosgstad because of her bondage with money. A The conflicts arise due to her hiding the facts from her husband.

Towards the end of the play we see Torvald telling Nora about her forgery in an unexpected manner. He seems to save his reputation in front of all. He proves that he is not a dauntless husband to accept the fact. When Nora realizes her true self, she wants to go to that freedom which she had once anticipated. Here Torvalds money and mentality never helps him to reunite with his wife to lead another life. a?It is because of you Ia?ve made nothing of my lifea? A . Thus she had been released from the bondage of money and materialism. A She wants to make something of her life and to live as a person, not as a doll. Soa? Dollas house is a compelling reflection upon the what ifs of human happiness a?

ISCUSS THE THEME OF HOW IT REFLECTS TO THE PLAY

In the play, A Dolls House, Henrik Ibsen paint the picture of a deteriorating family torn apart by a secret. Ibsen manages to showcase the many layers that make up the lives of Nora, Torvald, Krogstad among others. In a well crafted essay of at least 700 word or more, discuss the theme that reflects the play the best. Be sure to support the thesis using a journal. also please cite the works. The Play and an outside journal that anaylsis the thesis.
The thesis is
Money and materialism may be a way to avoid the complications of personal contact.