Friday, March 15, 2019

Evolution Within a People in A Dolls House and An Enemy of the People

Evolution within a People in A Dolls House and An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen In all told cultures it is easy to see the effects of change. Change batch be a r growth, a new form of thought, or a new theme surfacing. No matter what these changes are, they often emerge from the minority. In several cases this results an uprising, spell the social system on end. Simple examples of this type of change can be seen in the French or American revolutions, and even in the hippie movement of the 1960s. These changes depict how an idea shared only by a select few can snowball into the mindset of thousands. Within A Dolls House and An Enemy of the People, Henrick Ibsen shows his standpoint on the benefits of social change, and evolution within a people. A Doll?s House presents a revolutionary change for Norway in the 1880?s. During this time period women were seen as instant or even third class citizens, and though numerically this is non true, a minority . Ibsen pr esents his character Nora as a plaything, sorely manipulated by the men in her life. As the play pro...

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