By Henrik Ibsen
Whilst A Doll's residence used to be first released in 1879 it created a sensation. The play follows the normal lifetime of a housewife. steadily the tensions inside of her marriage develop into transparent and construct to a last, wonderful motion. The play is broadly studied as a result of its sharp critique of nineteenth century marriage norms, and its feminist traits.
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