Essay about Analysis Of Henrik Ibsen 's ' A Doll 's House '

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Making decisions are an important part of your life, but it is important to choose the best one for you and the correct one. In the play, A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen, the main protagonist Nora makes a decision to leave her husband, Torvald Helmer, which is a wrong decision to make. The three main reasons why Nora should not have left her husband is because not only is she leaving her husband but she is leaving her three loving kids too, she jumps ahead and doesn’t give Torvald to prove himself or talk about it and lastly it was her mistake not Torvald’s.
First of all, Nora made the wrong decision of leaving her husband, Torvald because not only was she leaving her husband but leaving her three loving children. By leaving her children, it seems like Nora is not a great wife, mother and a great person. Nora tells Torvald “in that moment it burst upon me that I had been living here these eight years with a strange man, and had borne him three children. - Oh, I can 't bear to think of it! I could tear myself to pieces” (Ibsen 44). When Nora made the decision of leaving Torvald, she was aware that her children was with them and did not have any idea of bringing them with her. By leaving her children, she is letting them suffer without a mother. Nora tells Torvald before leaving, “Good-bye, Torvald. No. I won 't go to the children. I know they are in better hands than mine. As I now am, I can be nothing to them” (Ibsen 45). In this quotation, Nora is leaving her children…

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