A Doll's House - Henrik Ibsen - A Short Summary and Review

A short summary of the play A Doll's House:

After a confrontation about debt, Nora decides not to be a doll any longer.

My favorite Henrik Ibsen quote from the play:

"There can be no freedom or beauty about a home life that depends upon borrowing and debt."

Questions to ponder while reading A Doll's House:

Who is the boss of you?

Macaroons are good, aren't they?

My thoughts about A Doll's House:

I am so glad to be my own person.

Debt is never a good idea.

Equality is the only way a marriage will work.


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