Masculinity In A Doll House By Henrik Ibsen

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Throughout Henrik Ibsen’s drama, A Doll House, the theme of feminism and the role masculinity in a family is displayed through the character of Torvald. Torvald, who is a man that is married with children, strictly believes that women play a vital role in only a few things in life. Torvald is man who believes masculinity overrules women no matter the circumstance throughout the family. Just as every man did back then, Torvald believed that a woman should only be responsible for raising the children and taking care of things throughout the household. Men back in this time believed women only had certain rights and should always listen to the man of the house. Women were sometimes disrespected throughout this time because of what men believe
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