Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll's House as a Quest of Women Freedom


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Henrik Ibsen was a Norwegian playwright and theater director. He is often called “the father" of modern theater. A doll’s House in its time known as a “problem play”. Ibsen tried to raise questions more than answering them by this drama towards the male dominated society of 19th century. He asked his audiences a new set of moral questions, all set within a severely realistic middle-class background. Although, A Doll’s House was written in 1879, the problems concerning women’s rights are still prevalent in present day. The problem of “Aware” with its solution of self “Aware” for the object, subjective is evidently depicted very significantly in this world famous literature. This criticism contents a vivid & deep analysis in these issues. Ibsen is very impotent in today’s academic study because all the questions that Ibsen raised, still the society is looking for those appropriate answers. By reading this little research students & academicians may get help in their respective ground.

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