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A Doll’s House is full of references to dolls, puppets, and playthings. Trace these references throughout the play in order to discuss Ibsen’s ideas about gender and societal ibsne.
Casa di bambola
What does the original title “Et dukkehjem” mean? Kelly Hunter There is some debate as ibsrn the most appropriate English translation. The most literal translation would be A Doll Home.
That doesn’t really roll off …more There is some debate as to the most appropriate English translation. That doesn’t really roll off the tongue as much, though. See all 9 questions about Casa di bambola…. Lists with This Book. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. S, let me make myself very clear. I will never, never believe that Ibsen intended for Nora’s grabbing of her husband’s cloak as she ran out the door to indicate his guilt in her implied suicide.
The woman was cold. This is why I didn’t do so well in your class, isn’t it, Mr. View all 16 comments. I did not like this book because the main character got on my last nerves. A supposedly intelligent woman pretending to be an idiot to fit her husband’s idea of what women are like? And in the end abandons her family. I have no sympathy for characters who punish the innocent children of their idiotic patnerships in order to “find themselves”. Then again, I read this in high school so perhaps if I reread it I’ll see what all the hoopla surrounding it is about.
No wonder people hate feminists! If t I did not like this book because the main character got on my last nerves. If this is what passes for feminist fare, then I don’t want to be one anymore. Women don’t have to abandon their children to free themselves from this patriarchal society.
It only makes you look like a bad selfish mother. 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. View all 22 comments. What is feminine about walking out on your children, and in this case not even saying good-bye? For a couple of days, I have been pondering what the masculine counterpart to a feminist is.
View all 9 comments. View all 8 comments. Nora is a fool! Her husband is a fool! All of the characters are a bunch of fools! I am a fool!! I regret reading this foolish play! View all 5 comments. I had to read this play for school and I have to say that I did not like it at all.
Casa di bambola [A Doll’s House]
I actually think it was pretty pointless and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. The play moved along awkwardly, I think. The thing that got on my nerves the most about this book was how submissive Nora was to her husband.
Is it really that hard to stand up for yourself sometimes? Also, I have no respect for a woman who leaves her children. 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.
If she was unhappy with her husband, I could probably understand leaving him, but I could not, and never will, understand why a mother would leave her children.
View all 4 comments. I listened to this on Audible, which I think was a good way to go for a play. I have a hard time reading plays and listening to them is closer to how they are meant to be. However then you do end up with someone’s interpretation of the play so I’m not sure how much my reaction was to the reading and how much to the play itself. Calista Flockhart played the lead role, Nora.
I think she did a decent job of making Nora more tolerable than she probably would have been on the page. Note that I said m I listened to this on Audible, which I think was a good way to go for a play. Note that I said more tolerable, not tolerable. I get that this is supposed to be a feminist work but wow this isn’t the message I want to see. Be a complete ditzy moron for the whole story then suddenly get mad at your husband when you did something illegal and he calls you out on it and then leave him and your kids????
She was just all around awful. Torvald was also awful bit at the same time, he treated his wife like an idiot because she was in fact in idiot. While I don’t usually like plays, this wasn’t that good. You thought that I would have said that this play was good, ha ha. But no, I don’t like plays and this is no exception. The only part that I liked about the play was the incorporation of what the times were like in the late ‘s, when the play was written.
The story itself was very concentrated on that one person’s life.
I know that plays usually revolve around one person’s life, and caea the story is very centralized under While I don’t usually like plays, this wasn’t that good. I know that plays usually revolve around one person’s life, and therefore the story is very centralized under one environment, one perspective, and one thought. This is why I don’t like plays.
The stories don’t evolve in a way that’s surprising or anything that is interesting. They always seem generic to me. The one personality that the main character has is how the play will turn out.
Even if the character’s personality changes, it is very obvious to see how it will evolve. Plays could be better if they had multiple main characters, and while some do, they always fail to bring any sort of different perspective or even another story that intertwines with an other. Romeo and Juliet was about two character, but the perspectives were very similar, if not the same.
The setting was the same throughout that play, the conflict was the same throughout that play, the characters were the same throughout that play. Possibly the most known and popular play in existence couldn’t satisfy what I would call ‘good’ literature. Another example that didn’t come close to providing an entertainment greater than that of watching cheese mold would be A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This play was probably my favorite of all the plays that I have read, but was still flawed.
The story, while about four characters, was still not interesting.
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In fact it wasn’t even the story that I liked about the play; it was the humor that was placed in it that made the play bearable to read. Now then, this is a review for A Doll’s House, the play so popular that it spawned numerous film adaptations and even a couple TV series, was in my opinion, trash.
Complete and utter trash. Nora, the main character is so oblivious to the fact that the money she is spending is not hers to spend. She borrows money as well, and while it seems as though she does it ‘save’ her husband’s life, she most likely did this great act of generosity for her own benefit.