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Papers On Other Countries Literature (Page 1) 
Henrik Ibsen's "Doll’s House" : A 3 page discussion of
"Doll’s House" and how Ibsen deals with the issue of the
position of women in marriage and in society through the
character of Nora (and Torvald). No Bibliography.

Henrik Ibsen's “Doll's House” : A 7 page paper on this play
by Ibsen. The writer explores Ibsen's themes and symbols and
explains Ibsen's controversial view of morality and society.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. Dollshse.wps

Henrik Ibsen’s “Doll’s House” / Bird Imagery &
Self-Esteem :
A 6 page essay on Henrik Ibsen’s classic play.
The paper examines the tension between Torvald’s
objectification of his wife as a pet and Nora’s growing
awareness of her own wings; it concludes that only when she
discovers her real self is she able to do what birds do best --
fly. No additional sources cited. Dollbird.wps

Henrik Ibsen's “Doll's House” / Love & Marriage ? : 5 pages
in length. Love is not necessarily a prerequisite for marriage.
This statement is clearly proven in Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's
House, where Nora and Torvald Helmer easily execute what
could be one of millions of masquerade marriages of their
day. Brought together in matrimony but respecting none of
the inherent principles, the two people merely wade through
their relationship as though one were the master, the other a
slave. The writer discusses these points as they pertain to the
play. No additional sources cited. Dolllove.wps

Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House" / Author’s Version vs.
Modern Film Version :
In 6 pages, the writer compares
Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House" with the movie version
starring Claire Bloom as Nora. Nora is also compared and
contrasted with Oedipus. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Moliere’s “Tartuffe” & Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” :
A 4 page paper discussing the role of women in Moliere’s
“Tartuffe” and Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House.” In examining the
personalities of the female characters we examine Nora, from
“A Doll’s House,” and Pernelle, from “Tartuffe.” Where
Nora is a weak individual who feels a need to blame others
for her misfortune, Pernelle is a woman who is not necessarily
liked, but is a woman who plays no games and understands
herself and what she wants, or needs, out of life. No
additional sources cited. Tardll.wps

Women’s Self-Image in Ibsen and Chopin : A 6 page paper
comparing and contrasting hthe characterization of Edna
Pontellier in Kate Chopin’s The Awakening with that of Nora
Helmer in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. The paper
concludes that the heroines’ differing fates are defined by the
nature of each woman’s self-image at the time of the story’s
climax. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Womnself.wps

Foreshadowing in Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour”:
A 5 page paper looking at the use of this literary technique in
Kate Chopin’s story. The paper follows the text closely
through the first half of the story, showing how the second
half of the story is predicted by the first. Bibliography lists
seven sources. KBhour.wps

Kate Chopin's The Story of an Hour : Freedom means many
things to many people. In The Story of an Hour, by Kate
Chopin, freedom is the sum and total of the thematic
enterprise. The protagonist's deepest wish is for freedom and
Chopin is able to embed both the desire and the attainment of
freedom within her writing style through the use of recurring
metaphors and symbols, as well as the story line. This 5 page
paper argues that freedom from the social constraints of the
conventions of gender role during the Victorian era are the
first of the freedoms that Chopin addresses. The second is
the freedom from the temporal world: death. No additional
sources are listed. KTchopin.wps

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