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Analyze and explain how Ibsen develops the central conflict in the opening scene of Act 2.
Play: A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen — pp. 29-42
Helmer’s decision to send the letter on p. 36 primarily serves to
Dr. Rank’s statement on p. 38, “To have to pay…inexorable retribution is being exacted,” makes use of all of the following EXCEPT
The appearance of Krogstad in Act 1 has set in motion a set of events that will ultimately lead to the climax of the play. How does Ibsen show the impact of Krogstad’s threat on the character of Nora in the opening scene of Act 2? Explain using relevant and specific evidence from throughout the scene.