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A Doll's House

A Doll's House

by Henrik Ibsen

A Doll's House: Can’t Buy Me Love True or False

1. Over all, A Doll’s House can be said to address which important theme? -> Gender roles in domestic spaces
2. At the beginning of the play, Torvald and Nora see New Year’s Day as -> A point when their lives will be happier
3. At the end of the play, New Year’s Day ironically becomes -> A point when their lives are happier, although Nora and Torvald are separated
4. What has damaged the Helmer household the most? -> The debt
5. Why does the play have its title? -> Torvald calls Nora his “doll”.

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