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A Doll's House

A Doll's House

  

by Henrik Ibsen

A Doll's House: It's All about the Benjamins True or False

1. Nora Helmer once borrowed money from whom? -> A lawyer
2. According to Torvald, why is a home that depends on loans and debts not beautiful? -> The owners aren’t free
3. Torvald explains to his wife that her lack of understanding of financial matters is based on -> Both upbringing and gender
4. Why is Christine so broke? -> She likes expensive ornaments
5. In Act One, Christine makes a suggestion that Nora’s character can best be described as -> Childish

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