A feminist critical analysis
...Doll’s House he touched upon the central subject of his oeuvre - personal freedom in general and achievement of personhood. At first thought, Nora, the main heroine of the play, is just a doll, a cheerful and small-minded mistress of a quiet and tidy house. Husband of Nora, Torvald Helmer, treats her not as an equal individual, but as a toy. For eight years they lived together, Torvald has never talked with Nora seriously. Torvald’s attitude to wife was vividly demonstrated... ?Plays of Henrik Ibsen were considered pioneering and path-breaking pro vita of the playwright. Ibsen was called the creator of true realistic dramas, which were always tragic basically. Ibsen, framing analytical drama, revealed...