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A Doll's House

A Doll's House

by Henrik Ibsen

A Doll's House: Debt Papers Roasting on an Open Fire True or False

1. How does Christine convince Krogstad to relent on the debt? -> With threats
2. How does Torvald find out about his wife’s debt to Krogstad? -> Krogstad’s letter flies through the window
3. What does Torvald basically say when he finds out the debt existed, but is now not a burden? -> "Hooray! Now I’m going to leave you, Nora."
4. Why does Nora say she’s going to leave her husband? -> He smells bad
5. How does the play end? -> Torvald crying

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