Nora Best Read || [Henrik Ibsen] - Nora, Nora Povestea Norei Helmer so ia devotat confruntat cu formele cruzimii masculine i abandonul propriului b rbat n a avut n ultimul secol parte de mari mont ri de scen n Rom nia E un detaliu care ar put Nora Best Read || [Henrik Ibsen] - Nora, Nora Povestea Norei Helmer so ia devotat confruntat cu formele cruzimii masculine i abandonul propriului b rbat n a avut n ultimul secol parte de mari mont ri de scen n Rom nia E un detaliu care ar put

  • Title: Nora
  • Author: Henrik Ibsen
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About “Henrik Ibsen

  • Henrik Ibsen

    Henrik Johan Ibsen was a major Norwegian playwright largely responsible for the rise of modern realistic drama He is often referred to as the father of modern drama Ibsen is held to be the greatest of Norwegian authors and one of the most important playwrights of all time, celebrated as a national symbol by Norwegians.His plays were considered scandalous to many of his era, when Victorian values of family life and propriety largely held sway in Europe and any challenge to them was considered immoral and outrageous Ibsen s work examined the realities that lay behind many facades, possessing a revelatory nature that was disquieting to many contemporaries.Ibsen largely founded the modern stage by introducing a critical eye and free inquiry into the conditions of life and issues of morality Victorian era plays were expected to be moral dramas with noble protagonists pitted against darker forces every drama was expected to result in a morally appropriate conclusion, meaning that goodness was to bring happiness, and immorality pain Ibsen challenged this notion and the beliefs of his times and shattered the illusions of his audiences.

776 thoughts on “Nora

  • Ibsen s famous A Doll s House is a landmark in the development of truly independent female heroines, rejecting the patriarchy they were socialised to accept unconditionally Nora, the main character, fails to make her husband understand that their perception of reality is incompatible as he keeps seeing her as a doll, acting out a pretty life for his pleasure and reputation In the original version, Nora shows the path to independence by opting for the uncertain future of a life lived alone and in [...]

  • Imagine what it would be like to live in a doll s house it s a house in which you are controlled and have no power to make any strong decisions it s a house in which you are a play thing for someone else s entertainment This sounds a lot like a bad marriage, so it s a house in which your husband holds the purse strings, so to speak, and leaves you with no control over your family s finances Indeed, your husband keeps you on a very tight leash Such is the perceived life of Nora Helma Yet, this wo [...]

  • Mr S, let me make myself very clear I will never, never believe that Ibsen intended for Nora s grabbing of her husband s cloak as she ran out the door to indicate his guilt in her implied suicide It was Christmas In Norway The woman was cold This is why I didn t do so well in your class, isn t it, Mr S

  • I read Henrik Ibsen s A Doll s House back in high school as required reading but did not grasp the scope of his masterpiece then Ibsen penned his classic play about the story of Nora and Thorvald Helmer at a time in his life when he was coping with his former love Laura being confined to an insane asylum In 1872 Laura married a man other than Ibsen and he fell ill with a lethal disease Their doctors prescribed a southern climate but Laura did not have funds to move her husband to such a climate, [...]

  • First things first Nora, the protagonist of Ibsen s A Doll s House, is a twit There s no getting around it We may choose to assign blame for her twittishness to her husband, her milieu, or her era, but this will never adequately mitigate her essential twit nature to that reader or spectator of the play who must endure her self identification as her husband s squirrel or her childlike idiocy I myself couldn t stop wondering if Nora is an actual twit i.e a twit absolutely, regardless of her contex [...]

  • This is the story of a marriage that superficially seems happy, but a critical turn of events reveals what a sham their relationship is Torvald and Nora Helmer, who ve had some financial struggles, are delighted because Torvald has gotten major promotion at the bank where he works But Nora, behind her lightheartedness and childish behavior encouraged, always, by Torvald, who calls her diminutive, vaguely or sometimes explicitly insulting names names like my sweet tooth and little spendthrift is [...]

  • Dukkehjem A doll s House, Henrik IbsenA Doll s House also translated as A Doll House, is a three act play written by Henrik Ibsen It premiered at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 21 December 1879, having been published earlier that month The play is set in a Norwegian town circa 1879 1976 1339 289 1385 310 .

  • oh, nora you are much maligned, and yet i wonder why people find you so much annoying than emma bovary, etc i think there s so much about this play as a historical document that i appreciate and enjoy and love that sometimes i forget it s supposed to be a PLAY that said, i don t think nora was supposed to be entirely sympathetic i think her annoying behaviors are supposed to get on your nerves but somewhere, i think, Ibsen hoped that you would see the way she acts is not simply who she is, but [...]

  • Ibsen claimed he wasn t denouncing 19th century marriage norms with this play, he was just describing humanity I take that to mean he thinks these kinds of things, like wives leaving their husbands, happened everyday In fact they probably did, or even worse, especially in literature, if Tolstoy s Anna or Flaubert s Emma can be used as examples Whatever Ibsen s intent, the play had an impact, and it s success has helped solidify his position as one of the worlds best playwrights.

  • A Doll s House by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen is alike with Ernest Hemingway s The Sun Also Rises in that it may often than not be misinterpreted First published in 1879, the play tells the story of Nora Helmer and her marriage to Torvald Helmer But the play also depicts two other female characters and between the three Ibsen has composed a female triumvirate of the European nineteenth century Everywoman Along with Nora are Kristine and Anne Marie, who Ibsen has displayed as a female imag [...]

  • I did not like this book because the main character got on my last nerves A supposedly intelligent woman pretending to be an idiot to fit her husband s idea of what women are like And in the end abandons her family I have no sympathy for characters who punish the innocent children of their idiotic patnerships in order to find themselves Then again, I read this in high school so perhaps if I reread it I ll see what all the hoopla surrounding it is about.No wonder people hate feminists If this is [...]

  • I read this in college of course and didn t get it until I taught it a few years ago when I took over an Introduction to Drama as Literature course for another instructor Wow, Ibsen understood how stifling marriage was for women in this era and how hypocritical men were I would go into detail but don t want to drop a spoiler A must read, a classic, but I don t know at what age most readers will get it This is why I think you should be required to have the practice marriage that doesn t work so [...]

  • Helmer Just think how a guilty man like that has to lie and play the hypocrite with every one, how he has to wear a mask in the presence of those near and dear to him, even before his own wife and children And about the children that is the most terrible part of it all, Nora.Nora How Helmer Because such an atmosphere of lies infects and poisons the whole life of a home Each breath the children take in such a house is full of the germs of evil.Nora coming nearer him Are you sure of that Helmer My [...]

  • English review at the bottomEl idilico retrato de un matrimonio del siglo XIX es el escenario de esta obra que lleva a la relflexi n del papel del hombre y la mujer en la sociedad En una relaci n com n para la poca tenemos a Nora, una sumisa, compaciente y perfecta esposa, que acata cada capricho de Torvaldo, el recto, sabio y proveedor esposo, est ltimo tiene un sentido de la moral, la responsabilidad y el orgullo que hoy d a podr amos considerar chocante aunque en 1879 era el com n Pero, en es [...]

  • SUCH an important book or play, if we re being precise I love Ibsen s plays, not least for their disarming honesty and commentary on human nature I m a particular sucker for The Master Builder and A Doll s House is an extraordinary feat of achievement, given that it was written in the late 19th century and we all know how women were perceived back then Nora s triumphant break through, from vacuous housewife to fierce, independent woman, is a joy to read not least because it was also written by a [...]

  • You ll ask me, Why five stars I ll answer, Why not even though I felt like docking off one at first Well, the reason is Nora and the last few dialogues of the play and probably my obsession with feminism thanks toMs Atwood The play overwhelmed me so much that I am now ready to disagree with anyone who has anything to say against Nora and hit all those who call Ibsena destroyer of domestic felicity All I have to say is if you want to know why they call Ibsen the father of prose drama , read A Dol [...]

  • Nora a woman who comes to understand that her marriage wasnt as she supposed it to be , an illusion, and that her husband is a very different person from she once believed him to bewhen he cant undergo one of the hardships in their life for her sake.She leaves her husband and her children because she feels it is for their benefit her husband accused her of being a child wife she feels that he was right, that she is a child who knows nothing of the world Since she knows so little about herself or [...]

  • This is a brilliant play by Henrik Ibsen which is also my first introduction to the author The play mainly revolves around the theme of a woman s place in society as opposed to the woman s right of independence and individuality.Nora Helmer, the main protagonist, has a secret to conceal from her conservative husband This secret is a cause of action that has been taken by her which is although partly a crime, has been done in good faith and to the advantage of her family at a difficult time Howev [...]

  • 3.25 5i respect this play for how badass it was for its time, and i think everyone should read it at some point or another it has a lot to say about nineteenth century female oppression gender roles etc but the execution can be grating and come off as unrealistic, and ibsen s idea of men and women having separate, gendered moral compasses doesn t fully sit well with me he thought of western law being male, and it s unfair for women to have to live like men sweeping generalizations about genders [...]

  • A doll s house What image comes to mind when you hear those words A perfect family A peaceful, innocent domestic situation Friends dropping in Preparations for a holiday celebration Play time Yes, Nora and Torvald seem to have the perfect life Certainly, they have weathered some challenges in life but they have survived Here we see them with a lovely home, two servants, three playful children, friends, and enough money to celebrate Christmas in the traditional way.Nora plays with the children wh [...]

  • Uma pe a em tr s actos Os dois primeiros li os a um ritmo normal, intrigada mas sem especial emo o A meio do terceiro acto, o palco vibra e o tempo altera se como uma cena em c mara lenta vi e senti, de cora o apertado, as ltimas dezasseis p ginas Nora j n o uma boneca Nora uma mulher viva Creio que, actualmente, o final desta pe a j n o choque muito todos os espectadores leitores, como aconteceu nos finais do s culo XIX, mas a situa o retratada n o , de forma alguma, obsoleta Embora noutro cont [...]

  • Written in 1879, A Doll s House was a very modern look at marriage for its time The play s name comes from the way Nora is treated like a doll or a young child by Torvald, her domineering husband Nora has a problem since she had secretly forged a note for a loan to finance a trip to a warm climate when her husband was seriously ill Although Nora seems flighty and silly at the beginning of the play, one senses that she is acting that way partly to please and manipulate her husband She has imperfe [...]

  • I will reread this I want to see if I will still think it worth five stars I enjoy Audible dramatizations.It is an Audible Daily Deal today 2016 03 30 , so it only costs 99 cents I did like this a lot, the second time around I have given it four stars There were lines that I objected to, that I thought could have been improved I loved the denouement I loved when at the end Nora lets Torvald have it She talks and talks and tries to explain, for the first time after eight years of marriage, how sh [...]

  • I can t understand why this is considered by many to be the first true feminist play I cannot stomach many stories of feminists who feel the need to abandon home and family to find themselves What is feminine about walking out on your children, and in this case not even saying good bye For a couple of days, I have been pondering what the masculine counterpart to a feminist is I threw the question out to my family, and my 15 year old daughter said, You mean a jerk I think that sums up how I feel [...]

  • Ibzenova Ku a za lutke najbolji je primer gra anske drame koju odlikuje nekoliko karakteristika Radnja ovakve drame po iva na principima uzro nosti, dok se likovi pokoravaju psihologiji i principu logi nosti Ujedno, likovi su predstavljeni kao pripadnici srednjeg stale a i na dosledan na in do aravaju predvidivost pona anja tog doba Mesto odvijanja gra anske drame je uvek salon kao mesto u kojem se spajaju javno i privatno i gde ena gospodari Naj e e su tu veliki prozori koji gledaju na ulicu, t [...]

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