Doll's House And The Fall Of Don Juan By Valentin Krasnogorov

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Many authors use different techniques to draw in several of readers. They tend to use realistic characteristics and issues to have a common appeal to society. In the two plays, A Doll 's House by Henrik Ibsen and The Fall of Don Juan by Valentin Krasnogorov both authors used both characters from the play for timeless issues in our culture and universal characteristics that make characters from both kinds of literature relatable to modern day society. The Fall of Don Juan the author displays a character named Michael. He can appeal certain readers, his modern characteristics as a hard working businessman who is young and successful. These characteristics can be universal in our society most successful men who worked hard all their lives believe …show more content…
He was the hardworking husband; he took care of his household and loves his family. These characteristics are very common and can be seen throughout our society and cultures. Trovald character may appeal to others but his actions throughout the story represented people from other cultures. How the character treated his wife throughout the play how he mocked her and gave her pet names showing how he belittles her and see her in his shadows. Trovald cared about what people perceived his family in the play you can see Trovald actions how he is the bread winner and he married a beautiful young wife to have as a trophy around down showing sign of superiority. The author uses Trovald profile to show the several of men in marriage 's who have superiority in his marriage who use their family as an ideal life. He believes having a beautiful wife and two beautiful kids he treats his wife the same as the kids he takes nothing she says seriously. For example in the play when Trovald said, "Is it my little squirrel bustling about?" giving his wife pet names displays what role he sees his wife and how she is portrayed throughout the whole play. Showing some of the issues that were and is still in culture how women are displayed. The author shows us the lack or respect and integrity his wife had throughout the play. Toward the end of the play, she realizes her role in the whole marriage and how she was not …show more content…
Michael anger, bitterness, and ego may have gotten him to be successful and handsome but he lost the biggest success he could have had. His lack of respected and egotistical personality made his fiancé feel small made her feel second to his life. Trovald cared about other opinions of his family cared about his role in the family more than his wife. Since Trovald ego made almost everyone around him small just like his wife he lost the person who made a "strong man" him treating his wife below him and lowering who she really is. This can relate to feminism and how women are treated in old culture and modern day culture women are treated below men and not given a status. Some men believe all a women need is a successful man that is strong, handsome, and hard working. Men stay with these women cause they showed them off as trophies of what they accomplish in their life. Both authors show us how in different cultures we still see issues to this

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