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Burning Down the Doll House
'Til death do us part.' Well, not always. Everywhere one looks the violent shredding of a family is shrugged off like the daily weather, and the treasured marriage vows have become nothing but a promise made to be broken. Going against all the odds a woman faced in the late nineteenth century, Nora went behind her husband's back, borrowed a large sum of money, forged her father's signature, and went on to pay it off with hopes of Torvald never hearing of it. The play A Doll's House, by Henrik Ibsen, is a prime example of a relationship that was terribly structured. The marriage of Torv…
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