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A Doll’s House by Herik Ibsen
I. Introduction Ibsen’s Style Lies and Truth
Major Themes Living the authentic life vs. the convenient life(—Archetypal/Mythic) Men and Women— equality, respect, and the true marriage (Feminist)
II. Major Themes (con’t.)C. Money (Marxist theory) D. Duty to others vs Duty to Self:
II. Major Themes (con’t.)E. Moral Theme 1. Contagion imagery 2. Sins of the parents 3. True sins of the parents
II. Major Themes (con’t)F. Search for Identity (Psychological)
II. Major Themes (con’t)Archetypal/Mythic Theme The search for truth (Oedipus) The leaving of the family for enlightenment (see handout)
III. Characters Nora B. Torvald
III. Characters Mrs. Linde Nils Krogstad Dr. Rank
IV. Symbolism Setting 1. Helmers’ House 2. Christmas time B. forgery
IV. Symbolism C. The Tarantela The dress (costume)Animal / pet imagery Light and dark
V. Conclusion The Continuing Power of A Doll’s House1. issues of respect 2. that miraculous thing: a True Marriage 3. gender issues 4. the birth of the soul— growth of consciousness
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