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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: crazypanda339 | Category: Literature review on 360 degree apprisal

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Lastly, characters in the play are able to better their own lives. In Naturalistic literature, no matter what a character does to better their life, they always succumb to forces beyond their control- typically forces of nature which are stronger than the power of man.

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    bigmeercat251 18 Jan 2017 07:38

    Well sorry, but women s rights in late 19th century Sweden isn t exactly my forte. You ought to think about this, though. It s not that women had "no rights." Take a look at the difference between Nora and Kristine. Kristine has gone off on her own, supported herself, learned to be self-sufficient, etc. Nora has been totally sheltered, first by her father then by her husband. Now I don t know anything about the legal issues surrounding her "rights" as a wife and mother. I rather suspect that, since she abandons her family, she forfeits any financial and parental rights she might otherwise have. But you will need to research that. The research question should not be so much about women s rights, but about women s opportunities for independent living. Especially a woman of Nora s class (lower middle class women would not have to deal with the same non-identity as Nora has to face because not only COULD they work, they HAD to). Because Nora is at the top of the social ladder, in other words, she has no real function in commercial society. THAT s the key to the play. Also don t fall into the trap of assuming that we re supposed to LIKE Nora or admire her for what she s done. Her action of leaving the family would have shocked 19th century audiences, and it s just as much a tragedy as Hedda s suicide at the end of Hedda Gabler. But remember also that Nora s action is made easier by the fact that she s not really had a hand in raising the children to begin with. Again, it s a matter of class--women in Nora s social station would have relied on a governess to raise the children. The children are probably more emotionally attached to their governess than they are to their parents. So I think the focus of your argument should be on the questions Ibsen is raising, not on a specific poitical argument about women s "rights." How do women in Nora s station fit into the social framework? How involved are they in the household affairs? In raising their own children? In the commercial life of the nation? I think Ibsen is making a social argument, not a political one.

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    mɩɭҽŋa  ✨ 18 Jan 2017 09:12

    Probably any book written during the modernist era. Virginia Woolf, James Joyce, etc. They loved to experiment, so their books are quite tough to read, figuring their style out and being able to understand it can make you literate.

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    in drama, as well as two of the most destructive. This paper compares and contrasts the plays that bear their names. Discussion H.

    suicide. When Judge Brack discerns Heddas role in Lovborgs suicide, he threatens blackmail and Hedda, too, commits suicide. Why.

    Hedda is living in an apollonian society, but has a great dionysian side to her personality. She wants Eilert Loveborg to come back with vine leaves in his hair, and fantasizes of romantic deaths.

    Hedda supplies Eilert with the pistol to kill himself with, so he would make her fantasy of a romantic tragedy come true. When it doesn't, and turns into a mess where she will be the one blamed, Hedda is pushed over the edge, and losses complete control. She can no longer handle her confined, impulsive feelings, and makes her death become the reality she craves.

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    suicide. When Judge Brack discerns Heddas role in Lovborgs suicide, he threatens blackmail and Hedda, too, commits suicide. Why.

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