A Doll's House

A Doll's House

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  • Very well, just as you say, Torvald. 
  • Act one, page three
  •  Has it got the sulks, that little squirrel of mine. Nora, what do you think i've got here?
  • There, there! My little singing bird mustn't go drooping her wings, eh?
  • Act one, page, page thirty- three
  • A fog of lies like that in a household, and it spreads disease and infection to every part of it. Every breath the children take in that kind of house is reeking with evil germs
  • It's generally traceable to the mother, but of course fathers can have the same infleunce. 
  • Act two, page forty- three
  • It's hardly flattering to suppose that anything this miserable pen-pusher wrote could frighten me! But I forgive you all the same, because it is rather a sweet way of showing how much you love me. 
  • In this scene, Nora is asking for money from Torvald however he does not seem to want to give it to her but later gives in handing her some bank notes.
  • Act 3, page seventy- five
  • Miserable woman... what is this you have done?
  • In this scene, Nora is asking Torvald what happened to Krogstad. He proceeded to reply with a firm and pointed answer. 
  • Act 3, page seventy- seven
  • Nora! Nora! I must read it again. Yes, yes, it's true! I am saved! Nora, I am saved!
  • Torvald reassures his little "skylark" that the decision to dismiss Krogstad is the correct decision. She disagrees fearing that Krogstad will expose her. 
  • Act three, page eighty- six
  • The argument between Nora and Torvald over the IOU as he belittles and yells at Nora.
  • Post argument when Krogstad sends his letter of apologies, reassuring Nora that he will not release the IOU to the public. Torvald is relieved because his repuation is saved. 
  • The agonies you must have gone through! No,, let's forget the whole ghastly thing.
  • The last scene of the play, when Nora leaves Torvald, sad and confused. He sits there thinking of what he did and of the conversation he had with Nora. 
  • Nora! Nora! Empty! She's gone! 
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