Essay On Nora Helmer

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Nora Helmer in “A Doll House” is a very different and bizarre character. At times, she can be acting different ways that will have the reader confused. Nora Helmer is not only a smart character but very sneaky with what she does. Nora can just about manipulate anyone with her sweet words and her lustful body she presents to the people. She is not looked at as a female follows the morals and values of how women should be presenting themselves. Nora Helmer is an individualistic because of how she discusses the stereotypical norms of females and goes against it all to be a different person from the crowd. To begin with, an individualistic person distinguishes them from others of the same kind, especially when strongly marked. Henrik Ibsen starts the play off by having both Nora and Helmer showing their love and affection but soon the scene has turned into an argument. Helmer says “… But…show more content…
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