The last three years have seemed like one long working-day, with no rest. If you really want to give me something, you might—you 100 might— Helmer. She is in outdoor dress and carries a number of parcels; these she lays on the table to the right. Linde also refers to her as a child. If it is a caller, remember I am not at home. But—to come back to the matter in hand—that must have been a very trying time for you, Mrs.
He delivers a speech explaining that when they are out at a party together he does not talk to Nora much, instead pretending that they are secretly in love and engaged. Linde It seems to me imprudent, without his knowledge, to-- Nora But it was absolutely necessary that he should not know! You mean that perhaps Torvald could get you something to do. It all depends on the signature of the name; and that is genuine, I suppose, Mrs. Nora What do you mean? My sons are growing up; for their sake I must try and win back as much respect as I can in the town. The maid tells Torvald that their family friend, Dr. The newcomer, Nils Krogstad, is a lawyer and moneylender who now works at the bank. Seems like she's got a thing for him.
Now it is at an end, Nora. What crime has Nora committed? Nora There is no one has such good taste as you. So you are quite alone. Rank Say it, here he is! During the noisy romp, Nora crawls under the table to play hide and seek. It was your father himself who signed his name here? You don't recognise me, I suppose. I thought you said yourself just now— Nora. Returning to the present, Nora happily reports that Torvald has been in good health ever since their trip.
One must live, Doctor Rank. Linde notes that it was lucky they had the money given the circumstances, and Nora says that they got it from her father, who died around the time that they left. Yes, but your father gave you the necessary funds. Ask her to come in. Torvald would never have recovered if he had not gone there-- Mrs. He says that even if she paid him the full amount of the loan, he would not tear up the contract.
I think I have the right to be. Rank asks if she has a disability, to which Mrs. She explains how when they were first married, Torvald had to work very hard, and he became sick. It was just about that time that he died, wasn't it? He can't believe what she's done and blames her father's loose principles. Still humming, she goes to the table on the right. Oh, I am sure I don't want anything.
It was to me that the doctors came and said that his life was in danger, and that the only thing to save him was to live in the south. Let me take her for a little, 695 Anne. To prevent Torvald from discovering her secret, he shows how Nora has developed the manner of an evasive, charming adolescent whose whims and caprices her grown-up husband must indulge. Doctor Rank, what do you say to a macaroon? I feel so relieved and so happy, Christine! Poor thing, how you must have suffered. The climax is when Torvald reads the letter, becomes outraged at Nora and tells her how she has ruin his life and reputation and she is just like her father. It was very bad of me, Christine. Helmer And I am tremendously curious to see what you are going to surprise me with.
It was necessary he should have no idea what a dangerous condition he was in. Do you think I don't know what a lot is wanted for housekeeping at Christmas- time? We two have kept bravely on the straight road so far, and we will go on the same way for the short time longer that there need be any struggle. It's perfectly glorious to think that we have—that Torvald has so much power over so many people. This is the first Christmas that we have not needed to economise. Torvald asks if there is any way that he could one day be more than a stranger to Nora. Nora There is a shilling.
Helmer He forged someone's name. Helmer wagging his finger at her. I don't know much about law; but I am certain that there must be laws permitting such things as that. Nora is the doll in the house, and the house is the only location we see. Nora, breaking the tension, says that Dr.