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A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen
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Aug 20, 2009

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bookshelves: capital-l-literature, fiction, high-school-fun, lady-fiction

I would get to school really early on days that my dad drove me. If the door was unlocked, I would go to my homeroom English class and read out of our Norton Anthology textbooks. This is my favorite piece from that time. Like how I was taught that Huckleberry Finn could be used for nearly any AP English Exam essay questions, A Doll's House can demonstrate all your very basic feminist theories from woman as a spectacle (dancing the Tarantella) to The Problem With No Name (Nora's stifling existence as mother and wife exclusively and the trouble caused by her having her own money).

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