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A Doll's House

by Henrik Ibsen

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The story revolves around Nora Helmer, a seemingly content wife and mother, whose life takes a dramatic turn when her hidden secrets come to light. As the play unfolds, it delves into issues of gender roles, personal identity, and the constraints of societal expectations.

I admire its bold exploration of feminist themes, for they are well ahead of its time. The character of Nora is multi-dimensional, and her journey from a submissive wife to a woman seeking self-realization is quite compelling.

I’ll recommend it to readers interested in thought-provoking dramas that explore complex social issues. It’s also a good piece of classical literature if you’re a fan of that genre.

Anna, 16


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