An analysis of Larkins poem. A Doll House and A Raisin in the Sun
..., therefore, making the play contemporary. On the other hand, Hansberry introduces the woman as self-reliant, autonomous and independent in growing her family, Walter and Beneatha.
Nora, in the first play, has been depicted as a doll as she is seen to rely on her husband, Torvald, for everything. It can be identified that such type of a woman in the society is tied to specific roles as Nora does the house works, plays with the kids and works from own needlepoint. Nevertheless, she is found to be pleasing Mr. Torvald. However, Torvald perception towards her is crazy because he sees her be small, helpless animal,...