Liberation of Women: “A Doll’s House” Analysis

Henrik Ibsen’s play ‘A Doll’s House’ explores the issue of change in the 19th century Norwegian society. Ibsen’s Women characters are discriminated and trivialized to the extent that they feel empty and helpless. This triggers a gradual struggle that leads to their liberation. Within the play, various characters undergo transformation. Ibsen uses symbols effectively to […]

“A Doll’s House”, “The Storm” and “The Victims”

Introduction The authors of the three stories are influenced by strong feministic perceptions to challenge existing social systems that make it difficult for women to advance. The three stories highlight various issues faced by women in different eras before the clamor for women’s rights gained momentum. As a result, women have more inferior social roles […]

Drama analysis: A Doll’s House

Background A Doll’s House drama has been regarded as a composition whose performance in art has a social significance of mapping out life’s issues. It presents an in-depth development of emotional themes which realistic characters are going through. These characters are trying to deal with dramatic experiences in their lives. According to Butler and Watt, […]

Staging the Play A Doll’s House

Introduction/Synopsis One of the foremost characteristics of Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House is that its plot appears linearly defined, which in turn, explains the semantic realism of play’s overall sounding. As it is being the case with most of Ibsen’s other plays, throughout A Doll’s House, characters’ existential stances never cease undergoing a qualitative transformation […]

Costs and Benefits of Conformity and Rebellion in Selected Literature

Introduction Literature work mostly revolves around specific themes such as violence, love, poverty, revolution and issues that practically affect the characters. The latter are often members of the society, who the authors choose to relay certain social and other messages in the society. The works are often a depiction of the way of life of […]

Parents as failed role models: A Doll’s House and Fight Club

Introduction As the world continues to usher in new generations, social, economic, and other demographic changes emerge. The current literature and empirical studies have focused on the significant socio-economic issues such as youth and development, women empowerment, gender parity, and empowerment of physically and mentally challenged. According to Bempechat (43), family and youth studies, have […]