Hasn’t Miss Sweet-Tooth been breaking rules in town today?
I should not think of going against your wishes.
No, Torvald, I assure you really
No, what makes you think that?
This Krogstad, now, has been persistently poisoning his own children with lies and dissimulation; that is why I say he has lost all moral character.
How hot it is in here and I have such a lot to do.
A lawyer of the name of Krogstad, a fellow you don’t know at all. He suffers from a diseased moral character, Mrs. Helmer; but even he began talking of its being highly important that he should live.
I have no idea; I only heard that it was something about the Bank.
Yes, he has some sort of appointment there.
Did he? What did he want to speak to Torvald about?
I didn’t know this - what’s his name - Krogstad had anything to do with the Bank.
Helmer ask Nora id she has eaten anything sweet or even a macaroon ot two and she lies and says no.
Well, it is not altogether impossible. I presume you are a widow, Mrs. Linde?
I am sure you will be able to do something for Christine, for my sake, won’t you?
At this part Helmer is talking about Krogstad and what he did and how he is poisoning his own children with lies and Nora feels that he's talking ab0out her because she's done exactly what Krogstad has done.
You will be so kind as to see that I am allowed to keep my subordinate position in the Bank.
What do you mean by that? Who proposes to take your post away from you?
Dr.Rank is telling Nora about who vistied helmer and Nora thought that Krogstad went over to tell about her borrowing money
Nora helps Mrs.Linde get a job but little does she know it also makes Krogstad get fired.
ah! well it’s very likely I may be able to find something for you
Yes, and I have had a fair amount of experience of bookkeeping
Krogstad tells Nora to help her keep his position at the bank or he'll tell Helmer about how she baroowed money from him. He blackmailed her.
Oh, there is no necessity to keep up the pretence of ignorance. I can quite understand that your friend is not very anxious to expose herself to the chance of rubbing shoulders with me; and I quite understand, too, whom I have to thank for being turned off.
Very likely; but, to come to the point, the time has come when I should advise you to use your influence to prevent that.