Has anyone read A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen? :D
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@marihelenh What are your thoughts about it? I really loved the play because I can tell that it isn't just about the issue of feminism, but individuality. And the ending? I call it bull... lol like how can Nora manage to leave her responsibilities as mother to her children?
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then again this is coming from a guy who enjoyed the awakening
but her responsibilities as a mother to her children are pointless because they are all dolls... her responsibilities exist arguably as a construct of "the patriarchy" or something idk - I will mention that I agree with the statement that women are expected to care for children more and I think the expectation is a bit outdated
You read the Awakening by Kate Chopin? :O Yes, but remember this was set in the early 19th century, which largely made an impact on how society sees both men and women at that time.
well, out of that, madame bovine ovaries, and the dollhouse, I like Chopin the most.